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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Take the minimalist attention of a "barefoot running shoe and combine it with the protection and support of a regular trail running shoe and you've got the Women's TrekSta Edict Trail Running Shoes. Highly breathable (due to a mesh upper) and superbly supportive (thanks to a triple-density EVA insole), these women's trail runners make it through mud, waters and over rocks with the agility, comfort and ease. With the NesFit system, this rugged shoe cradles your feet, accounting for every contour and moving with you along the trail. Plus, the TrekSta Edict Trail Running Shoes for women offers a flat sole for more ground contact and feel, as well as a thin TPU plate to protect from rocks along your many trail running journeys and adventures.

- Altrec Outlet

The Treksta Edict Women's Trail Runner Shoe allows you to run more than you ever thought possible with the all new TrekSta Edict. Featuring sticky HyperGrip sole and exclusive nestFIT comfort technology, this lightweight trail runner combines the natural fit of a barefoot shoe with the protection and support the trail demands.

- CampSaver.com

Make first tracks on your favorite, freshly thawed spring trails with the TrekSta Women's Edict Trail Run Shoe. Intuitively designed with a low profile for a more natural, close-to-ground feel, the Edict also features TrekSta's proprietary NestFit for a highly contoured and ergonomic support system. This has the effect of helping increase stride efficiency and reducing fatigue.

- Backcountry.com

TrekSta Women's Edict

previously retailed for:
$33.74 - $134.95

The TrekSta Women's Edict is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 3, 2015 at CampSaver.com.

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