La Sportiva Akyra Trail Running Shoe - Men's

La Sportiva Akyra Trail Running Shoe - Men's
La Sportiva Akyra Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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Akyra Trail Running Shoe - Men's by La Sportiva
Sometimes the trail is flatter and softer than asphalt; most of the time, that's not the case at all. The Men's Akyra Trail Running Shoe handles more aggressive trails than most of La Sportiva's trail runners. Its Frixion sole's larger lugs grip off-trail conditions and even some snowy terrain better than the competition, and its Trail Rocker profile includes a springy 9mm drop to help you tackle steeper sections vigorously. The origami-like upper sports breathable, cushy air mesh enveloped in a MicroLite exoskeleton that enhances the shoe's supportive fit. It also has Flex-Guard inserts to increase flexibility to the point you might feel like you were in road runners.

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SKU: LSP00DR
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