Topo Athletic Terraventure Trail Running Shoe - Men's

Topo Athletic Terraventure Trail Running Shoe - Men's
$109.95
Terraventure Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Topo Athletic
Price subject to change | SKU: TPA000J

Topo Athletic Terraventure Trail Running Shoe - Men's

When thinking back about the last few pairs of trail running shoes you've had, most of your assessments start with "I liked them, but...". Whether fit, durability, or feel were off in your last few pairs, it made a difference in your run quality. If you're up for a change, give the Topo Athletic Men's Terraventure Running Shoe a try. Topo Athletic shoes emphasize a fit that conforms to the shape of your foot, not the other way around, using low heel-to-toe drop, roomy toe boxes, and lightweight materials to create shoes that you'll barely feel as you dance up steep climbs and dodge root lattices in the woods. The Terraventure sits in the middle of Topo Athletic's trail line for men, not as light as the feathery MT-2, but without the waterproofing of the Hydroventure. It comes with a burlier outsole that suits it to more rugged trails than those the MT-2 was developed for, with deep rubber lugs and a rock plate to protect against sharp jabs. Of course, Topo crafts the Terraventure with uppers almost identical to its siblings. Seamless and heavy on airy mesh, the Terraventure's uppers won't trap heat around your toes on a sticky summer day, but they feature just enough support to keep your midfoot locked securely in place for stability.

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