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FitVille Men's AllTraction Trail Running Shoes V2

$89.00
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Order takes 7 - 15 days to arrive.

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Questions & Answers

1. Why is it essential for trail running shoes to have a wide toe box?

Having a wide toe box in trail running shoes is key for comfort and foot health. It allows your toes to spread out, reducing the risk of bunions and soreness. This extra space is particularly helpful on uneven trails, enhancing stability and preventing injuries during long runs.

2. What is a TPR sole, and why do we use it for our trail running shoes?

A TPR sole, or Thermoplastic Rubber sole, is a type of footwear sole made from a mix of rubber and plastic components. This combination results in a sole that's flexible like rubber yet more easily moldable and durable. TPR soles are known for their strong grip, resistance to low temperatures, and overall durability.

We use TPR soles in our trail running shoes at FitVille because they offer a balance of lightweight flexibility and resilience, crucial for challenging trail conditions. These soles provide excellent traction and are capable of withstanding varied terrains and weather conditions, making them ideal for outdoor running shoes.

Additionally, to counterbalance the slightly lesser shock absorption of TPR soles, our shoes are equipped with the Comfort+™ EVA midsole. This midsole enhances cushioning and support, ensuring maximum comfort and performance for the wearer. The combination of a TPR sole with a Comfort+™ EVA midsole in our trail running shoes aims to deliver the ideal blend of durability, comfort, and performance, especially tailored for the needs of trail runners.

3. How should trail running shoes fit?

Trail running shoes should fit snugly around the heel and midfoot to prevent lifting, while offering enough space in the toe box for your toes to move comfortably. It's important to try shoes on with the socks you plan to use, as this affects fit. For the best results, test shoes on various surfaces and pay attention to how they respond. Adjust the fit during use with different lacing techniques and insole choices, considering seasonal needs for optimal comfort and performance.

4. Can I wear trail running shoes on a treadmill?

Yes, you can wear trail running shoes on a treadmill. They offer good traction and stability, which can be beneficial for treadmill running. However, their aggressive tread, designed for rough terrain, is not necessary for the smooth surface of a treadmill.

5. Can I use trail running shoes on the road?

Yes, you can use trail running shoes on the road. They're designed for off-road conditions, but their extra traction and durability also work well on pavement, although they may wear faster on hard surfaces compared to regular road running shoes.

6. Are trail running shoes good for snow?

Trail running shoes can be good for snow, offering essential traction and stability. They typically feature aggressive tread for grip and may be waterproof and insulated for warmth. For icy conditions, additional traction devices like strap-on spikes can enhance grip.

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Randolph Darwin

I can't get enough of these trail running shoes. They're the perfect combination of durability, comfort, and performance.

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Elmer Yule

The traction and stability of these off-road running shoes are unmatched. I feel secure and in control no matter where my run takes me.

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Isabel Bulwer

I'm beyond impressed with the performance of these low-cut off-road running shoes. They make every run feel like an adventure.

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Monroe Churchill

The traction pattern on these off-road running shoes is spot on. It grips the ground like a dream, giving me the confidence to tackle any trail.

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Murray

These trail running shoes are a must-have for anyone who loves hitting the trails. They're versatile, reliable, and built to last.

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