Norvan VT 2 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Arc'teryx
If your cup of tea consists of sheer, ridgeline scrambles backed by ledge-y talus fields, then look no further than the Arc'teryx Norvan VT 2 Trail Running Shoe to tide you over. Built specifically for mountain running, the updated Norvan VT 2 features a hard-wearing construction with improvements on heel-to-toe transitions that proves itself a formidable foe against tenacious trail features. Arc'teryx is continually innovating and listening to customer feedback to provide high quality products to simplify your life in the backcountry. By tapping into this customer feedback, Arc'teryx updated the Norvan VT 2 with a more responsive and shock absorbing midsole to keep you comfortable through the miles. Additionally, the inner bootie was eliminated to enhance breathability to help keep your feet cool when you're tackling strenuous ascents. Possibly the most noticeable update is the change to a traditional lacing system. Added to the lacing system are eyelets to provide you with a more precise fit so you can confidently charge across demanding terrain. Underfoot you'll still find the same Vibram MegaGrip outsole to ensure serious traction on wet, dry, or loose terrain to keep you exploring wild places.
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