Brooks Ghost 15

Women's Running Shoes View Men's
$105 - $109.95
Star Rating is 4.6 / 5
143 Verified Reviews
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Features

The Ghost 15’s blend of comfort, style and functionality help it stand out as one of the best running shoes you’ll find.

Designed for runners, walkers and comfort seekers looking for a shoe that keeps up with their active lifestyle, the Brooks Ghost is more than just a running shoe—it's an extension of your body. Whether you're powering through a half marathon, running your first 5k or enjoying a walk around the city, these shoes adapt seamlessly to keep you comfortable with every step.

The Ghost 15’s midsole gives you the perfect balance between cushioning and responsiveness. Its DNA LOFT v2 cushioning delivers a buttery smooth heel-to-toe transition, while keeping your feet cradled with just the right amount of support.

You’ll experience the Ghost 15's magic from the first time you lace them up. The comfortable fit is perfect for all-day wear, whether you're standing, walking or getting a workout in. The engineered air mesh upper feels like your favorite slipper and the 3D fit print provides structure to prevent any distractions so you can focus on your run.

It's common to wonder if a new running shoe can truly make a difference. But have no fear. Universally loved by our testers in our Brooks Ghost 15 review, take it from one reviewer who said "The shoe feels wonderfully responsive in the forefoot while retaining an extra softness in the heel, making it very adaptable to different running styles and different types of workouts."

Tech Specs

Brooks Ghost 15

Drop

12 mm

Weight

9.8oz (M),8.8oz (W)

Category

Neutral

Use

Everyday training

What’s New

Brooks updated the Ghost 15 with their DNA LOFT v2 midsole material, which is softer and lighter than the previous foam. They also redesigned the 3D-printed upper to enhance the security and comfort that you feel when you slip your foot into the shoe.

Who It’s Best For

Anyone who is looking for a neutral shoe with cushioning will love the Brooks Ghost 15. It is great for beginner to experienced runners, walkers or people standing on their feet for work.

Why You’ll Love It

You will love how easy working out is in the Brook Ghost 15. The cushion and comfort make you want to run longer and more often.

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Reviews

4.6
Star Rating is 4.6 / 5
Based on 143 Verified Reviews
Star Rating is 5 / 5

Great

Great 3 months ago Verified Purchase

Absolutely best comfy amazing shoe I have ever worn

Star Rating is 5 / 5

Great shoes

Blondie 3 months ago Verified Purchase

I love my brooks. I would recommend them to anyone.

Star Rating is 5 / 5

Awesome customer service!

D 3 months ago Verified Purchase

The employee helping me was fantastic and very helpful.

Star Rating is 5 / 5

Love them

Thrilled 3 months ago Verified Purchase

My feet love the feel of these shoes. I'm going to buy a second pair in blue.

Star Rating is 5 / 5

Great running shoes

Jc 4 months ago Verified Purchase

Comfortable sleek and stylish. Perfect for my daily treadmill runs. Great traction on bottom.

Star Rating is 5 / 5

Ghost 15 - great fit for boot camp workouts

Emily 5 months ago Verified Purchase

Always love the supportive and comfortable fit of the Ghost.

Star Rating is 5 / 5

This is THE ONE & ONLY that you will want.

Cheri G 5 months ago Verified Purchase

The BEST! Think this maybe my 7th or 8th pair. Will ONLY by Brooks.

Star Rating is 5 / 5

Ghosts never disappoint

Smbkick 5 months ago Verified Purchase

I bought the Pride version and have received so many compliments on them!

Star Rating is 5 / 5

My favorite most-weather most-terrain shoe

Emily I 5 months ago Verified Purchase

The Brooks Ghost has been my go to most-terrain trail and pavement running shoe for five years. For the shape of my foot which I think is pretty average it has arch support a roomy toe box and plenty of cushion. When the tread loses a little of its traction after about 200 or 230 miles I switch to casual use like slow jogs in good conditions and I get a new pair for races and trail running. In conditions like more than an inch of snow or crusty ice or gritty mud I can put yak tracks on the bottom and feel comfortable but if it is worse than that and I don't want to get wet cold feet I switch to my Brooks Cascadias instead. I live in Denver and I run in basically any weather. I run about 15 miles a week right now and walk an additional 20 to 30 with the dog.

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