Brooks Run Summer Collection is Bringing the Heat

Summer is just around the corner and Brooks’ 2023 Run Summer collection currently has a few sweet Limited Edition items this year. This is an exceptional lineup of athletic gear designed to keep you cool, comfortable, and stylish during your summer runs.

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As with most of Brook’s limited design runs, this collection perfectly combines functionality and fashion. It’s hard to not just run out and buy everythign! From the moisture-wicking socks to the lightweight tank and the themed hat – not to mention the amazing shoes – each item in this collection showcases Brooks’ commitment to delivering high-quality products that can look good as well.

Personal note – the Brooks Levitate 6 and Revel 6 are both solid shoes and the Run Summer Collection version has me obsessed. Want.

The Ghost Crew socks are both a game-changer when it comes to keeping your feet dry and blister-free on those hot summer runs. Whether you’re going for a short jog or a long-distance run, these socks will provide the comfort and performance you need. And they look pretty great too.

The Surge Trucker Hat and the Distance Tank have the same “Suns Out Funs Out” logo and  With its stylish design and functional features, they are ready for whatever the warm temps bring this year (hopefully not too unbearing).

Overall, the Brooks Run Summer Collection impresses with its outstanding performance, comfort, and style. Whether you’re a seasoned runner or a beginner, this collection offers everything you need to tackle your summer runs with confidence. With the Brooks Run Summer Collection, you can embrace the heat and conquer your goals in style.

Brooks Run Summer Collection



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About Author

Matt Rasmussen lives in Keizer, Ore. with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys watching hockey, going to as many breweries (618) and wineries (152) as he can, and all things Canada (he was born there). Matt was raised as a baseball player and officially transitioned over to running in 2010.

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