If you’re out hitting the trails you’ll know a good pair of trail running shoes is a must have. Everyday “running shoes” don’t quite cut the mustard when you need that extra traction to make it up that loose gravelly hill or moss-covered embankment. We know the freedom and enjoyment of running on trails, losing yourself in the bush (hopefully not literally!) and being at one with nature – that’s why when you’re out on the trail you don’t want to have to worry about your shoes falling apart, not gripping enough or not allowing you to feel the trail if you’re into barefoot.
Salomon Trail Running Shoes
If you’re into outdoor boot camp style training, off-road running and racing, or adventure racing then you’re going to love our range of Salomon trail running shoes. Built tough and flexible our range of trail shoes are used by the best in the business.
Here’s what some customers are saying about these shoes on Amazon.com: trail running shoe reviews-
“They were the most comfortable shoes I have ever worn. We did a lot of walking in numerous cities in Norway and they held up great.”
“I especially like the Salomon heels, where they flare slightly and seem to give significantly more stability than typical trail runners. Overall, a good product, a bit pricey, but they pack in alot of technology.”
By K. King
“This shoe was recommended by a friend for hiking and to help with my plantar fasciitis. It is the bomb for both. I now wear them everywhere I go!”
By Barge an
Merrell Trail Running Shoes
Built with durability and traction in mind many of the Merrell trail running shoes we stock at Globetrekker are the prefered shoe brand for adventure racers and off-road runners. With a great barefoot range like the Merrell Barefoot Trail Glove Shoes and the Merrell Barefoot Flux Glove through to sturdier hiking type shoes like the Merrell Moab Ventilator or the Merrell Mix Master no matter what type of running / jogging / walking or training you’re into there’s a shoe at Globetrekker for you.
Barefoot Trail Running Shoes
Running barefoot has many advantages – it improves your gait and allows you to run naturally whilst removing any heel-striking action from your run which reduces injury and issues caused with so called “traditional” running styles. This being said if you’re running barefoot you will want to ensure you have a good pair of barefoot running shoes (unless you have 2 inch callouses on your feet!).
Take a look at our range of zero drop barefoot running shoes and slightly padded barefoot shoes to see which ones take your fancy.