Dynafit Alpine Pro Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Dynafit Alpine Pro Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Dynafit Alpine Pro Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Alpine Pro Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Dynafit
Cinch up your Dynafit Women's Alpine Pro Trail Running Shoes and let the mountains take you on a whirlwind adventure. These rugged trail shoes make a solid choice for middle to long distance runs, with a comfortable and supportive Alpine Pro EVA midsole that keeps you feet happy for hours at a time. Vents keep your feet from overheating while you're blasting through mileage in the hot summer sun and the Carbon Shield protects your feet from sharp objects and rocks that you may encounter. The Vibram Megagrip soles help keep you upright while you're booking it across uneven traverses and ridgelines and the drawcord quicklace system makes it easy to adjust your kicks on the fly.

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