The North Face Double-Track
1 lb 7 oz / 640 g
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Want a cushioned, stable trail shoe that doesnt feel like a brick? The North Face Men's Double-Track Trail Running Shoes corrects your overpronation without you even realizing it, freeing up your attention to focus on simply enjoying your run. With raised lugs and a Tenacious Grip sticky rubber outsole, these durable trail running shoes can take on tough terrain and varying conditions with ease. Shock absorbing and supportive, The North Face Double-Track Trail Running Shoes for men are designed for an ultra-comfortable ride no matter how many miles you log.
- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version
Description of The North Face Double-Track Running ShoeDont tread on thee, tread on thee trail in The North Face Double-Track trail running shoe for men. Their agile and aggressive nature is spawned from an X-Dome Cradle Support system and raised lugs for maxed out comfort and control off the beaten path. FeaturesUPPER Breathable sandwich mesh 24 mm12 mm heelforefoot heights X-Dome Cradle Support heel cushioning and stability system with integrated medial post High-rebound second density forefoot EVA TPU Snake Plate forefoot protection BOTTOM Terrain Harness Stability engineered platform Tenacious Grip sticky rubber outsole External molded heel counter TPU-welded midfoot support Dual-density Ortholite Northotic footbed
- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version
Run in confidence in the North Face's Double-Track trail running shoe. Get the epitome of comfort and stability without sacrificing light weight performance. The CRADLE support system cups your heel to naturally absorb impact and helps to correct overpronation.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version
Where most runners see a fun, playful rocky trail, over-pronators see a track strewn with ankle-doubling hazards. The North Face engineered the Men's Double-Track Trail Running Shoe with the Terrain Harness stability platform to give you the support and confidence you need to enjoy your off-road adventures.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version