Arc'teryx Norvan LD Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Arc'teryx Norvan LD Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Arc'teryx Norvan LD Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Norvan LD Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Arc'teryx
Arc'teryx knows that trail running can push you to your limit in unpredictable environments, and that your gear requires streamlined designssuited to the sport's exceptional demands. So, as part of their Endorphin trail running series, they created the Women's Norvan LD Trail Running Shoe to help you log mile after mile in wild places with cushioned comfort. A single-layer polyester closed mesh upper helps cool air circulate around your foot for breathability on warmer runs, while the upper's TPU protective film adds durability and protection from mud and rain. Then, the OrthoLite sockliner and molded insert ensure stability and cushioning over winding, rock-strewn trails, while the Vibram MegaGrip rubber outsole delivers the ultimate in traction for nimbly hopping from log to rock to root.

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SKU: ARC00SX
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