La Sportiva Fireblade
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Whether you run on trails, roads, or a bit of both, the La Sportiva Fireblade Men's Trail Running Shoes provide the traction, support, and lightweight performance you need. Their 1lb 6oz weight keeps you light on your feet as you cover the miles. Runner's World was impressed enough to give them their Best Debut award. La Sportiva added a padded, triple density midsole for long-lasting comfort and pronation control. The Fireblade Shoes' FriXion outsoles stick to pavement like glue and give you great traction on the dirt. To top things off, La Sportiva used mesh inserts for increased breathability and comfort on hot summer days.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version
Lightweight performance trainer for any type of trail running Light flexible and sticky This shoe is designed for Mountain Running A sturdy heel cup mixed with a triple density midsole and a high tensile composite RockGuard protects the foot from gnarly terrain The Fireblade is a stable mid cushioned shoe ideal for mild pronaters and neutral runners
- Bentgate.com refers to the men's version
On Sale. Free Shipping. La Sportiva Men's Fireblade Shoe DECENT FEATURES of the La Sportiva Men's Fireblade Shoe Stretch mesh tongue guard keeps dirt, pebbles and trail debris out Triple-density midsole with TrailShock for pronation control and stability Roomy ventilated toebox The SPECS Weight: 12.82 oz / 359 g Upper: AirMesh / Synthetic Leather / Rubber toe-cap Last: Fit: Racing Lining: Mesh (heel only) Midsole: Triple-density MEMIex / TrailShock / High-tensile composite Rock Guard Sole: FriXion AT / Racing H (mm): Heel: 26mm / Toe: 16mm / H: 10mm Cushioning: Midsole: 41A / Pronation Control: 45A / Trail Shock: 36A This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Ideal for those that run gnarly mountain trails with a neutral or slightly pronated gait, La Sportiva's Fireblade Mountain Running Shoes offer bomber protection for your feet without giving up flex, traction, or stick - meaning you can take on any high mountain trail without looking twice at the terrain.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version