Ultra Raptor GTX Trail Running Shoe - Women's by La Sportiva
You're way too dedicated of a runner to let a little thing like wet, slippery trails keep you at home. Get out and show the trails who's boss with the La Sportiva Women's Ultra Raptor GTX Trail Running Shoe. The Gore-Tex Extended Comfort lining helps keep your feet dry whether you're splashing through yesterday's puddles or running in the rain, and a breathable mesh upper with abrasion-resistant microfiber provides breathability for when the temperatures inevitably creep upward. You don't want to be worrying about slipping on roots and rocks along the way, so La Sportiva used Frixion XF rubber for an extremely grippy, high-traction sole that won't leave you floundering when things get slick. A nylon shank throughout the midsole gives you just enough stiffness to help avoid rolling ankles, without feeling like Howard Hughes walking around in shoe boxes.
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