NewRun BUGrip GTX Running Shoe - Women's by Icebug
If you're on team Death Before Treadmill then you'll love the winter-ready performance of Icebug's NewRun BUGrip GTX Running Shoe. Thanks to its weather-protective design and high-traction outsole you won't be banished to the gym no matter how frightful the weather outside gets. The Gore-Tex membrane works hard to shield your feet from snow, slush, and any other frigid moisture that might sneak in, while an ultra-grippy outsole ensures steady traction even on slippery winter surfaces. The outsole's made with durable, high-traction rubber, and features 17 carbide studs to keep you from slipping or sliding when you're pounding your way through snow and ice. The lugs are also low profile enough to not feel obtrusive when you're running between snow and pavement in the days after a storm. Another key innovative feature for this shoe is its Boa dial closure system. The advantage of using Boa in snowy conditions is that unlike laces, which might slip out and come undone when they get wet, Boa will maintain a tight and secure closure no matter how much snow or slush you run through. Meanwhile, a cushioned EVA midsole and Ortholite footbed deliver soft support for long miles and tough runs, and a wider toe box allows your toes to spread out comfortably as you run.
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Icebug NewRun BUGrip GTX Running Shoe - Women's
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