Columbia Karasi

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Fantastic shoe at this price point. After first trying…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $49.00-$54.00

Fantastic shoe at this price point. After first trying them I bought six pairs, and have already worn out two pair. Most of my running mixes trails, asphalt, and concrete. The Karasi is comfortable with all three surfaces, although I wouldn't recommend it for straight concrete or asphalt.

I think the reason this shoe is not more popular is the colors, they are just a little "off". Of the six pair I bought there are three different color schemes, none of which I find attractive. But if you want a really functional shoe or running or knocking around you can't beat them at the price.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Asphalt and pavement are off-limits; the Omni-Grip(R) sole of Columbia Footwear's Karasi trail running shoe is designed especially for the trail. Non-marking tread provides traction, stickiness and durability for maintained trails and varied terrain. Synthetic and mesh upper Removable insole with arch support Nylon shank EVA midsole Non-marking Omni-Grip(R) traction outsole Weight: 1 lb. 7 oz. pr. Medium width CLOSEOUTS . China. Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the women's version

Wear the Columbia Women's Karasi Trail Shoes for your after-work hikes or trail runs. The Karasi shoes breathe so your feet don't overheat in hot weather or when you exert. A contoured footbed, molded EVA midsole, and nylon shank cushion your foot, provide support, and protect your sole from rocks. A toecap prevents stubbed piggies and grippy outsole gives you traction on uneven terrain.

- Backcountry Outlet refers to the women's version

Columbia Karasi

Discontinued

The Karasi has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$37.48 - $44.98

The Columbia Karasi is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 11, 2010 at Sierra Trading Post.

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