Brooks Ghost 14 vs. Adrenaline GTS 21

These two best-selling shoes in Brooks’ collection feature a similar cushioning: generous and soft stack with a slight bounce.

However, the Adrenaline GTS (Go To Support) is a stability model designed to stabilize the ride and avoid overpronation, while the Ghost is a neutral trainer with no corrective feature. As a result, the Ghost is lighter and less clunky. Also, it fits a bit more narrowly.

Ghost vs Adrenaline: which one should you pick?

We recommend going for the Ghost, except if you’re specifically looking for a running shoe with superior support and stability.

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