NOW: £65.00 WAS: £110.00

NOW: £65.00 WAS: £110.00

NOW: £65.00 WAS: £110.00

Product Code: 34110168

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Designed specifically for running on loose, rugged and eroded trails. Minimal underfoot cushioning ensures it is perfect for runners seeking a shoe with a natural feel without sacrificing protection.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 470g
  • Anatomic fit
  • Upper: Synthetic, TPU
  • Lining: Mesh
  • Midsole: Injected EVA
  • Trailroc sole
  • Tri-C rubber compound

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1 There is 1 review of this product

 
Brilliant and comfortable
Reviewed By Garry, 24 Apr 2014

These have completely changed my view not only of trail running shoes but hillwalking shoes. Of course you're not going to use these in winter on the Ben, or on really boggy ground. But for straightforward mountain paths or grassy slopes, I think they're superb. The sole is so well designed, with grippy teeth that have yet to see me slip on any surface I've come upon.There is no heel lift, so you feel locked into the ground.By having zero heel lift, there's much less chance of turning an ankle,in my opinion, and the torsion bars which run from the sole to the laces on the mid-sides are very effective.They are unbelievably light (235g each, hence the name) and absolutely brilliant for hill running. I used to go up the Pentlands in my heavy walking boots; what's the point when these'll do?On wet days, with serious standing water, you'll feet will get wet, but they'll also dry very quickly.There's no Gore-tex membrane to keep the water out or in. Any down sides? Only if you don't use them for what they're designed for. I wouldn't use them at all on tarmac, as the sole will wear out, and there's next to no cushioning. You might take a bit of time to get used to the flat zero lift sole; I'd stretch my calf muscles and achilles before running with them.Sometimes on medium sized sharp stones, you might feel the ground too much, but I love that direct feel. To give you an idea of how happy I am with them, I intend to run the Lairig Ghru in them this summer. And for the price Cotswold are offering them at the moment, Id buy 2 pairs! Just hope they are not discontinued.