Trail Shoes

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With one eye for function and another for form, Nike refined the Terra Kiger for the trail shoe’s best fit, ride, and grip to date.

The North Face VECTIV Enduris is a well-cushioned ride with plenty of teeth, a surprisingly fast roll, and a wallet-friendly price.

The Inov-8 Trailfly Ultra is the first shoe that uses stronger-than-steel Graphene its midsole foam, and the result is long-lasting cushioning that holds up over the burliest of trails.

We put tough, dirty miles on these new customizable trail shoes that are generating buzz for their price tag — and find they deliver, with premium comfort and performance.

Asics make a burly trail statement with the Trabuco Max that grips onto and rolls over rough terrain.

An improved, versatile Salomon Sense Ride invites you to bring on everything with confidence and comfort.

We round up 7 of the top new trail shoes available in 2021, showcasing a wide variety of rides to match your favorite trail terrain and running style.

The first super shoe for the trail, The North Face's VECTIV promises to channel energy toward propulsion, particularly on downhills.

La Sportiva's waterproofed Jackal is winter ready, mountain rugged and wide foot friendly.

5 Reasons trail shoes can improve your stride, strength and longevity this winter.

This update to Altra's burly-soled trail shoe smooths some rough edges, making it livelier, lighter and more flexible.

Topo's new Ultraventure Pro is a rugged, protective long-run or thru hiking shoe that takes on any terrain with panache and won’t soon succumb to wear or tear.

Brooks improves the fit of the Divide, their all-terrain crossover road/trail shoe — and leaves the versatile, no-nonsense ride alone.

New Balance offers more underfoot for the trail, in a shoe that balances maximal cushioning with stability and ground feel.

Inov-8’s new ultra trail running shoe combines grippy traction, high-tech cushioning, and enduring comfort to assist you in hours of trail climbing on any terrain.

Kick off your trail shoes and step into something more comfortable.

Dialed-in fit for ease in keeping the rubber side down on technical trails.

Big wheels keep on turning with HOKA’s “hold my beer” trail plow, which now fits better and rolls smoother.

3 New trail running shoes that make you feel connected to the terrain and light on your feet.

3 Trail running shoes that will take you from door to mountain top, deftly navigating pavement, gravel, dirt and rocks.

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