If you have got on with the Brooks Ghost in the past, then either of them could work. The lowest risk option would be to stick with the Ghost of course (I think Start Fitness has some around half price at the moment).
The Wave rider is a bit lighter and more responsive, and has a springy feel. The cumulus has a more squishy feel, and despite being a neutral shoe, it does offer a little support. The best thing would be to try them both on, and see which matches the shape of your foot best.
get brooks ghost6, i got a pair yesterday(normally have a support shoe) these are so comfy,enough support,great grip.
I wore then for 1st time this morning did 1h45 fresh out the box....
had wave rider 17 ran 4 times in them 5 mile runs and when reach 3-4 miles can feel the midsole plastic under my foot. changed from supernovas support after advice from shop.just wondering how long will take to break them in or if they just not for me.
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