MTN Racer Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Topo Athletic
Designed to handle your speediest runs on the trail, whether you're deep in the throes of a race or just putting in the work training for one, the Topo Athletic MTN Racer Trail Running Shoe has the performance-forward design and trail-ready features to help you thrive far from the road. The MTN Racer presents a more performance-based alternative to Topo's popular Ultraventure shoe, so if you're looking for a shoe dedicated to fast workouts and faster racers, this might be the one for you. It's got an ultra-grippy Vibram Megagrip outsole that keeps your footing secure on both wet and dry surfaces, and also features a proprietary lug design that sheds mud and digs into soft trails to ensure that you don't have to slow down at any point. Like the Ultraventure, the MTN Racer features a little more cushioning than Topos normally do, but swaps out the Ultraventure's softer, more plush cushioning for a firmer midsole that gives you a snappier ride when you're picking up the pace. The lightweight ripstop mesh upper resists abrasion and delivers a snug fit for rugged trails, while integrated drainage ports help water escape for faster dry times after you charge through knee-deep creek crossings.
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