Icebug MR3 BUGrip
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For drippy Pacific Northwest trails and races abroad, Icebug's MR3 BG is a medium-profile trail runner offers excellent flexibility and terrain control, with steel-studded traction for wet and slippery conditions that you'll encounter when training or racing.
- Mountain Gear
CLOSEOUTS . Featuring a BUGrip rubber outsole that utilizes carbide studs for excellent traction on any winter terrain, Icebug MR3 trail running shoes are ready to tackle whatever the backcountry can throw your way. BUGrip rubber outsole with 16 carbide tips for excellent traction Lightweight polyurethane and synthetic mesh upper is durable and breathable Moisture control synthetic mesh Cushioned EVA anatomical insole absorbs shock Medium profile EVA midsole with ESS stablizer Weight: 1 lb. 10 oz. pr. Medium width CLOSEOUTS . China. Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide Available Colors: CEMENT/POISON, CARBON/ORANGE, CARBON/RUST. Sizes: 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5.
- Sierra Trading Post
A stable solution to year-round trail running on icy or muddy surfaces, ICEBUG MR3 BUGrip trail runners have carbide spikes for superb traction. Combination polyurethane/synthetic nubuck/nylon mesh uppers offer light weight, durability and water and snow resistance for all-season performance. Moisture-control polyester linings transport sweat off of feet and dry quickly. Reinforced, protective toe caps save uppers and toes from bumps and abrasion. Padded, gusseted tongues protect insteps from lace pressure and keep out debris; reflective accents improve visibility in low light. Removable EVA insoles with ventilating perforations feature heel pad inserts for absorbing excess heel shock. Dual-density EVA midsoles provide optimal cushioning, comfort and pronation control. Thermoplastic urethane arch and midsole supports help you maintain stability on rough terrain; Squish™ heel units absorb shock from impact. Innovative BUGrip® rubber outsoles use 16 durable carbide-tipped spikes to grip slippery and wet surfaces. Spikes retract into outsole lugs on hard surfaces and protrude on soft terrain—mixed surfaces combine the actions for solid traction.