Off-road, or ‘trail’, shoes offer increased outsole traction, and uppers with toe bumpers and reinforced stitching for more durability. The foot often sits slightly lower to the ground than usual, for stability and responsiveness; and the shoes often have less cushioning than a road shoe, because they're designed for softer surfaces.


You should buy these if: you do a lot of off-road running and need shoes with extra traction, more durable uppers and extra protection from the terrain.

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Merrell Trail Glove
Merrell Trail Glove
Year: 2011 
£90

5 reviews
New Balance Minimus Trail
New Balance Minimus Trail
Year: 2011 
£69.99

3 reviews
Adidas Kanadia TR3
Adidas Kanadia TR3
Year: 2011 
£49.99

3 reviews
Newton Terra Momentus
Newton Terra Momentus
Year: 2011 
£120

2 reviews
Walsh Spirit Life
Walsh Spirit Life
Year: 2011 
£65

2 reviews
Mizuno Wave Ascend 6
Mizuno Wave Ascend 6
Year: 2011 
£70

1 review
Salomon Spikecross 3CS
Salomon Spikecross 3CS
Year: 2011 
£120

1 review
Brooks Cascadia 6
Brooks Cascadia 6
Year: 2011 
£90

Hi-Tec Hi-Tec V-Lite Infinity Pro HPI
Hi-Tec Hi-Tec V-Lite Infinity Pro HPI
Year: 2011 
£90

1000 Mile Columbia Ravenous
1000 Mile Columbia Ravenous
Year: 2011 
£85

Inov-8 Roclite 285
Inov-8 Roclite 285
Year: 2011 
£95

Asics Gel Trail Sensor 5
Asics Gel Trail Sensor 5
Year: 2011 
£110

K-Swiss Blade Max Trail
K-Swiss Blade Max Trail
Year: 2011 
£90

Salomon SpeedCross 2
Salomon SpeedCross 2
Year: 2009 
£85

15 reviews
Asics Gel Trabuco 12
Asics Gel Trabuco 12
Year: 2009 
£75

5 reviews
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