Kinabalu Supertrac Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Scott
Named after the formidable peak on the rugged island of Borneo, the Scott Women's Kinabalu Supertrac Trail Running Shoe maintains dependable traction and nimble flexibility as you maneuver challenging terrain. Immediately noticeable, the Wet-Traction-Rubber sole is equipped with aggressive lugs for unrelenting grip as you scramble up steeps, cruise across rocky outcroppings, and negotiate wet stretches of trail. Not to mention, the sole's self-cleaning design maintains traction without getting caked with mud and compromising grip in mucky conditions. In the mean time, Scott's signature eRide silhouette takes cues from rocker designs, promoting a stable mid-stance and dynamic position, especially for runners with heel striking tendencies. AeroFoam+ midsole attenuates shock when you're all-out crushing across rugged terrain--without weighing you down. And to round things out, the Insole Concept footbed takes a women's-specific design, thanks to a larger volume shape that compensates for a smaller volume foot and narrower heel width.
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