Men's Trail Running Shoes

Feature & Men Trail Running Shoes

    • Synthetic-and-mesh
    • Imported
    • Don’t limit yourself to the road. Takeoff effortlessly from street to off-road trails in the Saucony? Guide ISO 2 TR (Trail Running) shoes.
    • Predecessor: Guide ISO 2.
    • Pronation: Moderate.
    • Cushioning: Plush.
    • Surface: Road/Track/Trail. Offset: 8mm. Heel Stack Height: 27mm. Forefoot Stack Height: 19mm. ISOFIT creates a dynamic fit system by adapting to the shape and motion of the foot. Engineered mesh upper for a comfortable and lightweight feel. Lace-up closure. Padded tongue and collar. Soft, breathable fabric lining offers a great in-shoe feel. FORMFIT performance contoured footbed. EVERUN? topsole supplies heightened energy return and lasting cushioning. PWRTRAC tacky, durable-rubber outsol

Men’s Trail Running Shoes

Why limit your run to just the roads? With the new Guide ISO 2 TR, you can seamlessly transition all the elements you love – EVERUN, ISOFIT, FORMFIT – directly to the trails. Featuring an off-road specific outsole design that incorporates our grippy PWRTRAC compound, this trial running shoe will give you a new view of Mother Nature as you blaze new paths together. Overview EVERUNTM Topsole construction for enhanced energy return and continuous cushioning throughout the run Updated ISOFIT design creates a dynamic fit system by adapting to the shape and motion of the runner’s foot Engineered mesh upper for a dynamic, lightweight fit FORMFIT performance contoured footbed PWRTRAC forefoot / XT-900 heel Helpful for trail runners who suffer from mild to severe pronation. Check out this article about pronation to learn more Specs Shoe Category: Guidance Pronation: Moderate Cushion: Plush Construction Type: Stability Surface: Road, Track, Trail Arch: Normal (Mid), Low Water Resistant: No Waterproof: No Offset: 8mm Heel Stack Height: 27mm Forefoot Stack Height: 19mm Weight: 10.7 oz. | 303 g. Cheat Sheet: check out our technical running terms guide >
How to Buy Running Shoes. Running shoes significantly increase the comfort of running shoes on local trails, in the forest or during marathons. The right partner can help prevent accidents and injuries, and the wrong partner can increase your risk of injury. Therefore, buying the right running shoes is a good decision, especially for enthusiastic runners. What is cushioning? Cushioning is the shoe’s ability to absorb part of the impact. Not all running shoes have the same cushioning. Max running shoes usually have thicker soles. The correct terminology is pile height, they offer more shock absorption and also weigh more. Personal preference aside, a shoe with maximum cushioning is recommended for heavier runners and for daytime training in general, especially long distance runs where comfort and prevention are most important. Running shoes with minimal cushioning are closer to the ground, weigh less and offer less impact protection. They are generally reserved for lighter and more efficient runners who use them for faster days of training or even racing.