Take the trail less traveled.
Trail runners find adventure beneath thick forest canopies, over rocky mountain summits or around the neighborhood park loop. But when the pavement ends, runners need gear designed for the wild.
Trails demand more from you—and your running shoes.
Engineers build the best trail running shoes to skip through mud, ford swollen streams and shed the worst weather Mother Nature has planned for you.
Sticky rubber outsoles spiked with deep lugs provide purchase on slick trails and though loose dirt. Internal rock plates protect your feet from the jagged rocks and roots that litter your path. Some trail running shoes even seal out weather with a waterproof membrane.
Whatever trail you're tackling, make sure you have shoes that can keep up.Shop Trail Shoes
Hitting the trails can mean venturing away from the convenience of the city.
There aren't water fountains or vending machines out there, so you need to carry your own food and H20. Like having the right trail running shoes, carrying a water bottle or hydration pack that's built specifically for trail running will ensure it won't get in your way.
Stock up on the best hydration options for trail runners.Shop Hydration Packs