New Balance Fresh Foam Gobi v2 Trail Running Shoe - Men's

New Balance Fresh Foam Gobi v2 Trail Running Shoe - Men's
New Balance Fresh Foam Gobi v2 Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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Fresh Foam Gobi v2 Trail Running Shoe - Men's by New Balance
Taking its name from one of the most inhospitable deserts on earth, the New Balance Men's Fresh Foam Gobi Trail Running Shoe cruises across extreme environments with sure-footed finesse. Just one look at its aggressive tread pattern gives you an idea of its all-terrain capability, conquering everything from the desert plateaus in the New Mexico to Oregon's old-growth forests. FantomFit construction wraps your feet with a sock-like fit, bringing maximum support and lightweight agility to your trail running pursuits. Fresh Foam cushioning is both responsive and extremely plush, softening the burden of running long distances across demanding stretches of trail. The removable EVA footbed serves up even more vibration dampening for runners preferring a supremely smooth ride. Rounding out this excellent trail shoe, breathable mesh inserts ventilate feet to combat perspiration build-up from dampening your socks.

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