The North Face Endurus Trail Running Shoe - Women's

The North Face Endurus Trail Running Shoe - Women's
The North Face Endurus Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Endurus Trail Running Shoe - Women's by The North Face
Built for fast-and-light pursuits, The North Face Women's Endurus Trail Running Shoes provide predictable support whether your objective entails hardpack desert trails or spongy forested ascents. The Endurus feature mesh uppers for ample breathability, and TPU overlays for torsional support. TPU toe caps bolster defense against trail-side obstacles, and the FlashDry Collars promptly wick moisture to prevent sweat-induced hot spots when the temperatures begin to rise. Perhaps most importantly, the Endurus are outfitted with dual-density midsoles consisting of a layer of Xtra foam underfoot, which provides equal parts comfort and shock attenuation, while a firmer, EVA foam sandwiches the Xtras to ensure inherent stability. The ESS Snake Plates assure protection from rocks, and the Cradle Heel Technology discourages foot variability while running on varied terrain. And last but certainly not least, the Vibram XS Trek outsole features 3. 5mm lugs for a seriously secure feel underfoot.

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SKU: TNF038D
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