Advanced Search | Member Search
For going faster, longer, and safer in the vertical world of long-distance races with a lot of descending, the Diablo MAX from Tecnica delivers maximum rolling, cushioning, stability, adaptation,...
Versatility and value combined for on- and off-road performance. The Brooks Trailblade features an aggressive, luggy outsole and a tough yet attractive upper for challenging or gentle terrain.
Lightweight? Check. Stable? Double check. If you're looking for a light and responsive ride with moderate stability, the Single Track T.H.
Designed for aggressive trail runners, this lightweight and responsive trainer features the GEL Cushioning System and a rock protection plate to guard against stone bruises.
With a waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex Extended Comfort Range and a highly supportive upper, the Ultra 105 from The North Face is ideal for tackling wet unforgiving trails.
Designed for the off-road runner who wants exceptional fit, performance, and breathability, the Mountain Masochist is lightweight and responsive with killer traction.
La Sportiva's Wildcat trail running shoes deliver a stable, well-cushioned ride with a great fit-run wild! Ideal for neutral gaits with a medium to wide fit.
A versatile all-terrain shoe, Brooks Adrenaline ASR GTX delivers the ultimate protection from the elements on and off the trail with a breathable, waterproof Gore-Tex membrane.
A versatile, athletic shoe on and off the trail, Saucony's Excursion TR6 delivers excellent traction underfoot, while the rugged synthetic and mesh upper keeps debris out.
Built for on- and off-road endurance with durable traction, long-lasting cushion, and Gore-Tex protection, the Brooks Adrenaline GTX will take you wherever you want to go.
With its brilliant blend of protection, traction, cushioning, and support, the Brooks Cascadia 7 is tough enough to take on any terrain-no matter how rough, wet, or steep.
The Brooks Ravena 3 provides just the right amount of support for mild pronation, enhances flexibility with Omega Flex Grooves, and cushions with BioMoGo and anatomical DNA.
The North Coulior is fairly wide. A good first chute descent as there is plenty of room for turns and a safe runout as you get down near the lake. Never steeper than 45 degrees.