Men's Trail Running Shoes

Feature & Men Trail Running Shoes

    • Canvas, Synthetic
    • Rubber sole
    • Mesh and Synthetic Upper – Allows an increased airflow for exceptional comfort.
    • Synthetic Overlays – Improves the durability and shape of the shoe.
    • GORE-TEX Membrane – Provides durable waterproofing for comfort in wet weather.
    • Traditional Lacing – Secure a comfortable fit easily.
    • Full Length EVA Platform – Cushioning provided to the whole of the foot.



Men’s Trail Running Shoes


Reebok Astroride Trail 2.0 GORE-TEX Walking Shoes Get outside on rainy days. These men’s shoes have a durable rubber outsole with a rugged lug pattern for optimal traction in wet or slippery conditions on uneven terrain. The GORE-TEX waterproof lining helps you stay dry and comfortable. GORE-TEX Upper Mesh and synthetic uppers will encase each foot in durable comfort. Perforates in the fabric increase airflow, promoting a better healthier environment for your feet to thrive in. Synthetic overlays reinforce the shoe’s protective, hiking-worthy state; increasing rigidity and defending your feet against roots, rocks and general hazards. GORE-TEX waterproof technology is sewn into the lining of the Astroride Trail to protect you from the elements. It supplies a combination of durable waterproofing and optimised breathability. Sometimes it’s hard to stay dry without developing that distracting clammy feeling, but GORE-TEX keeps water on the outside while letting perspiration escape from the inside, keeping sweat to a minimum and you, cool and comfy. A traditional lace closure system will make it easy to secure the shoes to a comfortable fit. A soft padded tongue and ankle collar will reduce the risk of irritation and improve comfort in vulnerable areas of the feet. Lightweight EVA Midsole The construction of the EVA midsole within the Astroride Trail is extremely lightweight, but won’t compromise any cushioning or comfort. The full-length platform of EVA resides underfoot for responsive cushioning. Generous, soft and durable, it spares your joints as you strike down onto hard, unforgiving surfaces. Exceptionally lightweight, the EVA ensures long-lasting cushioning to keep you comfortable on long distance days. EVA is extremely firm, which will absorb shocks instantly and effectively, preventing them from causing any damage to the sole of the foot. Energy produced from this will also be returned as rebound, which will give you an added spring in your step. Th
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