men's whole sizes only
Materials Synthetic fibers
Sizes Men’s 5-13 US Women’s 7-11 US
Weight 6.7 ounces per shoe (men’s size 9)

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Manufacturer's Description refers to the men's version

Recolites, aka "recovery shoes," are a hybrid between a sandal and a shoe and ideal for wear before and after races, traveling, and everyday recreational wear. They have an "ergonomic" fitting last and are lightweight and well ventilated for foot recuperation and general comfort.

Visit Inov-8's Men's Recolite 190 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free Shipping. Inov 8 Recolite 190 Shoe DECENT FEATURES of the Inov 8 Recolite 190 Shoe Weight: 6.7 oz / 190 g Fit: Anatomic Upper: Synthetic, Nylon Footbed: 6mm Midsole: Injected EVA Shoc-Zone: 3 Differential: 9mm Sole: Recolite Compound: Endurance, Fusion

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

We love Inov-8 when it comes to racing on the trail, but now we never have to take our Inov-8s off thanks to their new Recolite shoes. The Recolites are touted as an ultralight, after race shoe that provides high levels of comfort and breathability, and that is EXACTLY what they do. Swollen, hot feet need a way to cool off and these recovery sandals are just the ticket. The Recolite 190 shoes are also excellent summer sandals as they are very open and have a '3 arrow' profile providing more cushioning for your feet.

- Mountains Plus refers to the men's version

Inov-8 Recolite 190

$85.00 (men's)

The Inov-8 Recolite 190 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 22, 2013 at Moosejaw.

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