Feline Up Pro Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Dynafit
When you're scouting out your next race map your eyes are darting around looking for one thing--hills. Where are they, how many are there, and how much vert do they cover' Whether they fill you with a deep existential dread or give you a competitive edge, hills are an essential part of racing and training on the trail, and no shoe tackles steep mountain trails quite like the Feline Up Pro Trail Running Shoe. New to Dynafit's trail running line, this shoe is all about saving weight and getting you up the hill as efficiently as possible. It weighs in at a lightweight 8 ounces, and features a Vibram Megagrip outsole for tough traction on wet and dry surfaces alike. Thanks to Vibram's Lite Base technology the shoe delivers the same expected performance and traction, at 25% less than its original weight. It also features a Heel Preloader that keeps your heel in place to promote a natural stride and gait, as well as a drawcord lacing system that lets you quickly tighten your shoes on-the-go without having to mess up your heart rate and rhythm too much. The 4mm drop gives you a close-to-ground feel that's perfect for challenging trails and steep terrain, and the minimalist design ensures a secure and comfortable fit.
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