Glycerin 11 vs Glycerin 10

Here is a comparison of how the Glycerin 11 stacks up against the Glycerin 10. The women’s version is used for illustration.

Glycerin 10 on the left, Glycerin 11 on the right.

Glycerin 10 on the left, Glycerin 11 on the right.

The main upgrade is the 3D Fit Print overlay, which give the shoes more structure and less weight. This enables the toe box area, or also known as the upper, to be made seamless.

Check out the stitches at the Glycerin 10's toe box area.

Check out the stitches at the Glycerin 10’s toe box area.

No more stitches in the Glycerin 11!

No more stitches in the Glycerin 11!

The other main upgrade is the full ground contact outsole. The outsole is now 100% midsole and outsole material, that has full contact with the ground.

Glycerin 10 with a plastic shank on the outsole.

Glycerin 10 with a plastic shank on the outsole.

Glycerin 11, no more plastic shank!

Glycerin 11, no more plastic shank!

A closer look at the sole will show you the upgrade clearly.

Glycerin 10, with a stiff plastic shank at the midfoot outsole.

Glycerin 10, with a stiff plastic shank at the midfoot outsole.

Glycerin 11, now 100% made with midsole and outsole material!

Glycerin 11, now 100% made with midsole and outsole material!

Here is how it looks like from the back.

Number "11" for Glycerin 11.

Number “11” for Glycerin 11.

Some well-loved Brooks technologies are maintained, such as the DNA technology, that incorporates non-newtonian fluid principles for adaptable cushioning.

Glycerin 11 comes with full length DNA technology, from heel to toe.

Glycerin 11 comes with full length DNA technology, from heel to toe.

The Omega Flex Grooves at the forefoot and midfoot area is also maintained, for enhanced flexibility.

Check out the Omni Groove.

Check out the Omni Groove.

Here is the men’s version of the Glycerin 11.

Men's Glycerin 11 - RM559.

Men’s Glycerin 11 – RM559.

Get yourself a real rockin’ ride!

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