Treadmills are for quitters, and it'll take more than a little bit (or even a lot) of snow to send you indoors. Keep stomping through your favorite pavement playgrounds with the Icebug NewRun BUGrip GTX Running Shoe. It's a road-running shoe designed with durable weather protection and serious traction, ensuring that you can keep running the way you want to when winter does its worst. The always-reliable Gore-Tex technology shields your feet when you're pounding through snow and slush, so your feet can stay dry and happy when they'd otherwise be soaked and cold. Speaking of your feet, Icebug decided to give this shoe a wider fit to avoid any extra discomfort that might be caused by having a narrow fit in frigid conditions. You've also got a cushioned EVA midsole and comfy Ortholite footbed providing soft support for long runs and hard training sessions. Because it's an Icebug and because it's made for winter, you can bet this shoe has a ton of traction for your jaunts down snowpacked streets and icy sidewalks. The outsole is made with grippy rubber, and features 17 carbide steel studs that really dig into ice and snow to ensure that you won't slip out when you're trying to pick up the pace. These studs are also low profile enough that they won't interfere with your stride when you're transitioning from packed snow to exposed pavement. Plus, it's got a BOA dial closure that doesn't slip or slide out of places like laces might when they're wet, meaning your fit will stay comfortable and secure no matter how sloppy you get in winter conditions.
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Icebug NewRun BUGrip GTX Running Shoe - Men's
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