Elite vs Max vs Hyperion: Everything you need to know about the Brooks Hyperion range

by | Feb 13, 2024

3 min. read

The Hyperion range is a testament to Brooks’ commitment to speed, precision, and comfort. This range stands as a beacon for runners seeking the perfect blend of performance and technology. Our Hyperion range is all about getting you on the fast track. With 3 different shoes to offer, lets delve into each one and what is unique to them.

Whether you’re looking to improve your overall speed or chase down a new PR on race day, the Hyperion Elite 4 can help you tap into your fastest self yet.

This speed-racing shoe is designed to deliver powerful acceleration and quick transitions without sacrificing comfort or durability, so you can go from start to finish in record time. The Hyperion elite is your best friend when it comes to race day.

Reach your racing potential with the Hyperion Max for men and women. Specifically designed for speed workouts and race training, this shoe features substantial midsole foam to absorb impact on your toughest workouts, so you’re ready for another hard session sooner.

So, for speed workouts or pre-race training, the Hyperion Max is your go-to. It’s a reliable, responsive shoe that’s designed to withstand tough workouts.

Your daily runs just got faster with the Brooks Hyperion speed running shoe, featuring a lightweight, nitrogen-infused DNA FLASH midsole technology. Together, DNA FLASH and the arrow-point outsole pattern promote quick transitions and powerful acceleration.

This ultra-light design and breathable upper with a redesigned tongue provides a more secure fit so you can reach your goals with confidence. And for all that speed plus added support, runners can choose the Brooks Hyperion GTS – with all the features of the Hyperion plus our GuideRails® support system for added stability. GTS stand for Go-To-Support.

Alone, each shoe makes a great addition to your running line-up. Together, they can team up to enhance your overall performance and help you achieve your race-day goals. Ready to train at top speed? Shop our Hyperion range now and give them a spin.

Bottom line, the ideal time of day to exercise is when it is best for you. Although more research is needed in this area to draw a conclusion on exactly what time of day is the best to exercise, what we do know is that long-term exercise does in fact improve aerobic capacity, cardiac function, management of BMI, and strength. So, the evidence points to moving your body for overall wellness regardless of what time you do it.

Keep that spring in your step this season and embrace your Run Happy journey with Brooks Running!

Our writer’s advice is intended for informational or general educational purposes only. We always encourage you to speak with your physician or healthcare provider before making any adjustments to your running, nutrition or fitness routines.

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