Brooks Women’s Ghost 14
Brooks Women’s Ghost 14
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We also believe that products, with exception of certain defects that take more time to appear, maybe fairly evaluated within 30 days of use.
Purchased items can be returned at any point to us, new or used, within 30 days from the original invoice date. All returns require a receipt of purchase or some other proof of purchase showing the merchandise was purchased from Luke's Locker.
- To receive an exchange or refund for the full value of your purchase, products must be returned in new, store-bought condition within 30 days from the original invoice date.
- Products returned in used or worn condition within 30 days from the original invoice date can be exchanged for another item, or are eligible to receive a store credit for the full value of the purchase.
- Products returned beyond 30 days from the original invoice date may be eligible to receive store credit at the sole discretion of Luke's Locker.
Updated midsole is now 100% DNA LOFT cushioning for an even softer, smoother ride.
DNA LOFT is our softest cushioning, yet remains durable and doesn’t feel too squishy.
Our cushioning technologies all start with DNA because they react to your unique stride.
The new, softer midsole and Segmented Crash Pad team up for easier flow from landing to toe-off.
No matter how your foot strikes the ground, smooth transitions ensure comfort.
If we got it right, you shouldn’t even notice transitions.
Our 3D Fit Print upper balances stretch and structure so the shoe adjusts comfortably to your foot.
Weight: 8.8 oz
Heel Stack: 36 mm
Forefoot Stack: 24 mm
Heel-Toe Offset: 12 mm
Origin stories: the Ghost
We introduced the Ghost in 2008 with the goal of creating a go-to neutral shoe for runners. At the time, our director of product management was known for doing all his running workouts at night — and was therefore nicknamed “the Ghost,” which eventually became the shoe’s name.
Throughout the years, runners have loved the Ghost for its soft cushioning, smooth transitions, and its reliability as a daily trainer.