La Sportiva Crosslite

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I tried a lot of trail shoes in a short time trying…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $89.95

I tried a lot of trail shoes in a short time trying to find something that just feels perfect.

Well I got my first pair of Crosslites for Fathers Day. I put them on right out of the box and hit the trails. They were like getting 4 wheel drive for your feet. I like something light and minimal and I feel these really fit the bill.

When you were a kid and got a new pair of shoes did anyone ever tell you you will be able to run faster? Well I feel that way every time I put these on and they feel good no matter whether I am running 5 miles or 50.

So as of right now I am sold.

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit La Sportiva's Men's Crosslite page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Crosslite provides amazing traction and cushioning with its well-spaced sticky rubber lugs that deform upon impact to reduce impact force.Awarded the Runner's World Best Buy award for 2008, the Crosslite provides an excellent lightweight snug fit with its integral external scree guard that locks down the upper and the nimble flexible midsole provides excellent cushion and response for those tricky foot dabbing sequences on the trail.Great for medium to long distances and for runners that prefer a more deconstructed shoe with great traction. Specifications Weight: 10.97oz/311gLast: Racing LiteConstruction: Slip Lasted StobelFit: PerformanceUpper: AirMesh/ UreTech/ TPU overlayLining: Mesh (back half and tongue only)Midsole: Dual-density MEMIex/ TrailShock with Nylon molded shank/ High-tensile composite Rock GuardMidsole Height (MM): Heel: 28 mm Toe: 16mm, 10mmSole: FriXion AT/ Impact Brake System V-Groove

- River Sports Outfitters refers to the men's version

The La Sportiva Crosslite is a low profile neutral lightweight shoe with aggressive lugs for increased traction and cushioning. The Crosslite provides amazing traction and cushioning with it s well-spaced sticky rubber lugs that deform upon impact to reduce impact force. Awarded the Runner s World Best Buy award for 2008, the Crosslite provides an excellent lightweight snug fit with it s integral external scree guard that locks down the upper and the nimble flexible midsole provides excellent cushion and response for those tricky foot dabbing sequences on the trail. Great for medium to long distances and for runners that prefer a more deconstructed shoe with great traction. WEIGHT: 12.35 oz. Click here for shoe size conversion chart.

- Appalachian Outdoors refers to the men's version

The Black Diamond Big Gun Harness is the ultimate in comfort and efficiency for any big wall, aid climbing endeavor. With the Big Gun's seven color-coded gear loops you can efficiently place your gear in their respectful places, creating a much better way to find your pieces quickly. Two belay loops (color coded as well) provide a simple, yet separate connection with daisies or a belay device and is rated to 15 kN for a safer connection. An incredibly wide, bullhorn shaped waistbelt gives you extreme comfort as you sit belaying an aid pitch, and an ultra luxurious thermoformed dual density foam is added for those long days in the vertical. The leg loops are fully adjustable giving you a secure fit when changing layers or using the bathroom, and the Big Gun also comes with a holster (and two holster slots) to stow your hammer when your not pounding in bashies or copperheads.

- RockCreek refers to the men's version

Get ready to race the trails with La Sportiva's Crosslite trail running shoe. You're feet will be protected by the high composite rock guard and the integral external scree guard while you get great traction, no matter the surface, with the sticky FriXion At rubber soles.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version