Air Zoom Wildhorse 4 Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Nike
If tough trails and steep switchbacks are your cup of tea, then look no further than the Nike Men's Air Zoom Wildhorse 4 Trail Running Shoe to ensure support, traction, and adaptive comfort as you hoof it over relentless terrain. The Wildhorse features a revamped look, but its core construction remains the same. The lightweight mesh upper maintains structural support and won't obstruct the innate breathability that the structure mesh is known for. And since a trail running shoe is rendered sort of obsolete without a rock plate, Nike equipped the Wildhorse 4 with a rock plate for protection against jagged rocks and stray roots that might be dead set on taking you down. Additionally, the Phylon midsole attenuates shock for a cushioned, comfy feel, while the Zoom Air Unit in the heel further absorbs impact and provides great response for a comfortable and smooth stride. And last but not least, the sticky rubber outsole is enforced with over-sized lugs for aggressive traction and exceptional grip to chew up any trail you set out on.
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