Weather is warming up and racing season is beginning, so here are the best trail shoes for this spring and summer.
At the intersection of soft and speedy, you’ll find the Hoka Tecton X, another contender in the growing market for carbon-plate trail shoes.
The Cascadia was the first trail shoe our assistant editor ever ran in. She now owns dozens of trail shoes, but always returns to this one.
The traction, stability, and protection of trail shoes will arm you for adventure on snowy roads this winter.
BOA has long pioneered innovative fit with their unique micro-adjustable BOA Fit System, but now, with the La Sportiva Cyklon, they’re debuting an all-new Dynamic Cage™ upper, providing the ultimate in secure, connected trail shoe fit.
The materials that give our running shoes durability, bounce, and comfort are part of both a plastic problem and a carbon emissions crisis.
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