Men's Trail Running Shoes

Feature & Men Trail Running Shoes

    • Fabric,Manmade
    • Made in USA or Imported
    • Rubber sole
    • Slim, athletic style: built with a running last and integrated features, this sleek but technical shoe looks as light and agile as it feels
    • Sneaker-like comfort: Lightweight (300G) and engineered with great flexibility and foothold, Outline is as comfortable as a running shoe
    • Outdoor readiness: 5mm deep lugs on the outsole, protective Toe cap and breathable mesh make this your go-to shoe for every mountain adventure
    • closure type: lace-up



Men’s Trail Running Shoes


Some adventures are equal parts connecting with Friends, having fun outside, and discovering new places. The sleek, stylish outline ideally suited to such adventures, with lightweight and flexibility like a running shoe, but enough grip and protection for any trail.
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