NOW: £40.00 RRP: £65.00

NOW: £40.00 RRP: £65.00

NOW: £40.00 RRP: £65.00

Product Code: 33110513

Colour:
  • Brown
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1
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Designed as an all-round, all activity shoe for day to day trail duties, the V1 Tri.Aria Trail Shoe from Anatom can handle everything from fast paced hiking to scrambling.

The tri.aria waterproof and breathable membrane sits under the rugged fabric and leather outer, making it suitable for all weather use, while the durable, Trail Grip sole adds traction when the going gets rough. Additional stability is provided by the wrap around, external Heel Cradle Support System.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 805g 
  • Upper: Polyester Mesh, Suede and PU Nubuck
  • Membrane: tri.aria waterproof, breathable membrane
  • Lining: Hydrophobic Interface One
  • Insole: EVA with mesh topsheet
  • Outsole: Anatom Trail-Grip 1

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1 There is 1 review of this product

 
Reasonable, but not outstanding
Reviewed By Donald, 25 Jun 2014

A few observations on these shoes;

- There's no stiffening, so you can feel what you're walking on as if you were wearing trainers. Whilst this could be good for scrambling it might get wearing over broken, rocky surfaces.

- I found them quite warm. In 14 Celsius 'British Summer' weather I was getting damp feet from perspiration.

- Waterproofing seems to be OK, but you may still get damp socks from sweat...

- Build quality is reasonable, the toe and heel bumpers do their bit to stop damage, but quality control may be suspect - my pair came with laces which were falling apart and one of the footbeds won't stay put on its own.

Overall I would say they're fair value at £40 for day to day wear and family outings, but you might want to look elsewhere if you're planning anything more ambitious.

 

 

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