Feature & Men Trail Running Shoes
- 100% Lightweight Mesh/Protective TPU
- Rubber sole
- Rubber 9 Extreme compound, RB9X, provides superior traction on wet and dry surfaces
- Breathable, airy mesh upper with protective toe guard
- Closed cell foam padding for minimal water absorption
- Molded lacing extensions for added support
- Low profile design with perfect level of cushioning
Men’s Trail Running Shoes
The iconic Anima has been given a new and modern look, with its fade colored, airy upper mesh. Toe guard and heel cup reinforcement is smaller for smoother fit. Ankle collar and tongue padding is slightly thinner for a snug fit and a more direct running feeling. The padding foam has closed cell which makes it absorb barely any water at all, so the shoes will stay light even on rainy days. The injection molded midsole provides the right level of smooth cushioning for a driven runner, while the narrow heel and low profile ensures control. Anima is made to follow the natural movement of your feet, yet the medium torsion provides enough support for long runs. The way the midsole encloses the heel, connected to the new lacing by the molded lacing extensions, it holds your feet in the right place. The outsole is of course in RB9X traction rubber compound, so there’s no need to slow down only because it’s rainy and wet.
How to Buy Running Shoes.The shoe dramatically improves the comfort of a running shoe on local trails, forests or marathons. The right partner can help prevent accidents and injuries, and the wrong partner can increase the risk of injury. Buying the right running shoes is a good decision, especially for running enthusiasts. What are the types of depreciation? Remember to walk on dry sand. The impact is well cushioned, the ride is comfortable, but not very fast. This is because the force you apply to the ground with your steps is dissipated through the sand and absorbs the shock load as well as most of the motive force. We call it plush padding. Now think about it when you are on the wet sand. The blow is harder, but you can go faster. This happens for the same reason, but the reverse as before. We call it responsive cushioning. So what is better? It really depends on your personal preference, but you generally want soft cushioning for slow, sustained loads and responsive cushioning for faster workouts and runs. We call balanced cushioning when it comes to a good combination of softness and responsiveness.