An EVADICT running shoe for your trail runs... as soon as you leave home.
When starting trail running or when you are on a short run near to your home, you will sometimes find yourself running on easy terrain involving sections of road.
So, to accompany you on your first trail runs or as a spare pair of shoes, we suggest the TR: a trail running shoe that handles your cushioning, promotes flexibility and delivers better traction on trails as well as on the road sections.
Flexible, non-slip and lightweight – that's all you need to know about the TR trail shoe.
For added flexibility, the sole of the TR has flex grooves along its entire length: this facilitates your foot motion.
The rubber of the sole provides more grip. And with the 4 mm lugs, running on sections of road remains comfortable.
Finally, the TR is lightweight: weighing 310 g in size 8, it is recommended for trail runners weighing up to 80 kg.
What's the cushioning like? CS and Kalensole: for effective cushioning on roads as well as on trails.
Kalensole is the EVA foam used in the midsole. What's more, it also took three years of research to create this exclusive composition that improves cushioning by 34%, propulsion by 25% and provides better temperature stability and durability!
What about the CS? The Circular System is composed of a bubble of air contained in the foam at the heel. This spreads the shock wave more effectively and more evenly in this area of the foot.
A running shoe that adapts to the surface and to your stride thanks to the K-Only technology.
Exclusive Kalenji technology that makes our trail shoes suitable for every stride type thanks to the denser foam located under the first metatarsus.
What's the DROP and how much drop does the TR trail shoe have (mm)?
The DROP of a shoe is the difference in sole height between the front (forefoot) and the back (heel).
The shorter the DROP, the more natural the foot movement.
The DROP of the TR running shoe is 10 mm.
An EVADICT shoe that has been tested and approved in real-life conditions.
After numerous laboratory tests and several prototypes, our design team tested the TR in real-life conditions on the trail running route of the Côte d'Opale, in midwinter.
The result is a multi-purpose comfortable trail running shoe that will eat up the miles. What's more, it was voted shoe of the year in 2018 by Endurance Trail magazine in the Road To Trail category.
A final word of advice before running?
Make use of the pocket on the tongue of your trail running shoe to conceal your laces and avoid any discomfort.