Feature & Men Trail Running Shoes
- Gum Rubber sole
- Suitable for: trail running, running, mountain hiking, Nordic walking, lifestyle
- Recommended use: good paths, parking systems, everyday life.
- Hiking shoe category: A Speedhiking.
- Please note size selection: please refer to our size chart and instructions for choosing the right shoe size.
Men’s Trail Running Shoes
The Lite Train K is a lightweight, supportive and responsive shoe designed for speed hiking and mountain training. It features a breathable knitted mesh upper that promises improved moisture regulation. The shoe was developed in collaboration with Michelin Technical Soles and is oriented towards excellent grip and weight saving. The aggressive lug profile of the outsole guarantees optimal traction, so that you can quickly move over challenging, rocky terrain – whether in speed hiking, trail running or interval training. The shoe is based on the Michelin Lite Train sole, which was developed exclusively with Salewa Its special outdoor compound has a moulded and grooved design inspired by mountain bike tyres and ensures excellent slope-crossing traction as well as optimal adaptability on soft and uneven terrain. In addition, the 3F Total System from SALEWA offers additional support to the midfoot as it expands the 3F system on the lacing area. This increases the stability and the fit more precisely.
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.