As one of the first brands that started manufacturing trail running shoes, adidas has included its innovative Boost foam into a trail running shoe called terrex Boost. To ensure this shoe isn’t too wobbly on trails, it has been designed with a plastic cap in the rearfoot to limit lateral movement upon impact. The terrex Boost shoe has a 9mm heel-toe offset. It looks like the Salomon Speedcross is up for some stiff competition. In spring/summer ’15, adidas Outdoor will relaunch terrex. Besides established key products, the terrex range will be completed with several new versatile and lightweight styles. They are made without compromise, with the finest materials and always with the purpose of supporting athletes. The new terrex range is made for athletes with unlimited imagination, who want to constantly redefine their limits and set new targets – no matter how they explore the outdoors: biking, climbing, running or flying.
For the love is a short movie that functions as a love letter to trail running. And in this case specifically in the Californian Marin headlands area in the US. You can run the same trails day in day out, but everytime they will be different trails. You can hear new sounds, smell new smells, see different clouds and animals and your feet will never pound the trails like they pound city streets. Enjoy this cinematic poem short because it captures the spirit of trail running right in its essence.
Conquer trails in these vibrant Nike Zoom Terra Kiger trailrunning shoes. The relatively minimal upper and forefoot cushioning not only provide you with a great fit but also comfort on your offroad runs. The Terra Kiger 2 answers athletes feedback with a more stable heel to reduce the risk of slipping. A slightly firmer underfoot foam and rubber ensure improved durability and protection on and from the trail. Also the Burrito tongue creates a slipper-like fit. All in all, this is one rugged update of a rugged trailer.