You might question the colour choice the first time you venture out in these shoes, but the grip offered on muddy and rough terrain will certainly squash any concerns.
Light and fast, this shoe is aimed at the trail racer wanting aggressive grip and a light versatile shoe for technical events.
The brands ‘speed-board’ as used in all their models uses a split forefoot design, this helps the foot adapt to the contours and terrain whilst still providing a responsive push-off.
Cushioning comes from the familiar Cloud design pods in the heel area and is great when descending, while in the forefoot there’s a combination of varying size studs to cushion and grip when travelling at speed.
The slim, stretch fitting upper really hugs the foot and the narrow heel and midfoot section instantly provide a sensation of speed; the shoe wanting to go fast, think ultra-light road racer feel but with masses of traction!
On's super-grip outsole is made from their rubber compound, they call Mission Grip Rubber. It certainly provides exceptional traction on soft and hard surfaces.
A great looking, comfortable and technical shoe offering exceptional grip.
Cloudtec Elements allow a cushioned foot strike and interlock for a firm push-off.
Zero Gravity foam creates a cloud that provides cushioning upon landing in a highly responsive package.
Speedboard is a full-length plate that evenly distributes pressure across the Cloud elements.
Mission Grip-Rubber is made for optimal traction on soft and hard surfaces.
Engineered mesh comprises the upper, providing water-resistant, lightweight breathability.
Lightweight welded eyestay reduces weight while allowing quick and easy lacing.
Reflective strips are placed around the upper, making shoes highly visible in low-light conditions.
Rubber toe-cap is fused with mesh upper for lightweight protection.
Extended rubber heel cage provides additional security.
Anti-Microbial treatment on sock liner keeps shoe odor free.
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