Nike Air Teocalli GTX
They are my number 1 choice for sloppy and cold weather…
Use: Trail and road running, snowshoeing
Break-in Period: 70 miles
Price Paid: $99
They are my number 1 choice for sloppy and cold weather trail and even road running. I also snowshoe in the winter and it is my shoe of choice to strap in to my snowshoes. The shoes are very stable and keep my feet warm and dry. When I learned Nike was discontinuing production, I got online and ordered two pairs to hold in reserve. I am anxious to try the new Teocalli model.
Living in Michigan, we get lots of slop and these…
Materials: gore tex
Use: trail running, hiking, day to day
Break-in Period: none
Price Paid: $99
Living in Michigan, we get lots of slop and these are great to be able to run in the snow, rain, sleet, and muck in general. Very supportive and very comfortable. I wear them for day-to-day comfort as well as pounding the back 40 on trails or even hiking. If you're a trail runner or hiker, these are the shoes for you. Thanks Nike and Gore-Tex.
Here's what other sites are saying:
Some people would give up running for the winter than spend four months marking time on a gym treadmill. Add up the hours and club dues and you'll probably find that you're better off with a winter trail running shoe like the Nike ACG Air Teocalli GTX. Unlike other trail running shoes that tout "all season tread" compromises, the Air Teocalli GTX is a cold weather specialist built on a sophisticated dual compound All-Trac Winter outsole. It's made with a special winter sticky rubber and features a deeper heel plug in back for stability. The center tread spikes are harder than the side lugs, resulting in a steady grip that is more reliable than single compound soles. Up top is a waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex XCR upper with a reinforced toe bumper to protect you from unyielding weather and surface obstructions. Ditch the gym crowds and take on the trails alone this winter in the Nike Air Teocalli GTX.
- Altrec Outdoors