You paid a pretty penny for your Brooks shoes, so follow these directions to keep them looking -- and performing -- their best.
- Remove the internal liner and hand wash the shoes in warm water with mild soap. Washing machines are too aggressive, and may cause shoes to stretch or warp.
- Stuff your shoes with newsprint (plain if you have it) and allow them to air dry. When they are all dried out, you can reinsert the liner and hit the road again.