Inov-8 Roclite 315

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Inov-8 Roclite 315
Responsive, light, stable and comes with plenty of traction.

Our Review

Since launching the Mudroc in 2003, Inov-8 has quickly established itself as a serious off-road shoe brand. The new Roclite holds true to everything that has made the company such a strong contender. It's responsive, light, stable and comes with plenty of traction. It isn't as hard-core as earlier Inov-8s, ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

23 user reviews of Inov-8 Roclite 315 See all

Overall reader score
Not disappointed although to be fair; they are my first ever off road shoes so I have no comparison, however they were excellent. Continue reading...
My choice for trail running. Continue reading...
the best all round trail shoe for me, good life, good grip, far from the dearest shoe around, which is good as they only last around 4 months. Continue reading...
A good shoe; arguably, if I had to have only one pair of off-road shoes, it'd be these. They just about get the job done in any conditions. But with that said, they are a jack of all trades and a master of no Continue reading...
My previous trails shoes were Saucony Approach and these seemed the ideal replacement choice being from a company who specialise in off-road shoes. In direct comparison they offer superior stability, grip, comf Continue reading...

Discussions

Has anyone used these yet? - are they out yet?

Posted: 12/07/2006 at 15:50

Not seen them yet.

Posted: 12/07/2006 at 18:10


Vrap - there's a pair in that bag at the end of the bed

the "Red Ones"

;o)

Posted: 12/07/2006 at 19:35

What red ones? Are you sure? There's about 100 pairs of off-roaders in there, but none of them are red :oS

(That'll worry him!)

If they're the red ones, I almost tried on a pair, then Evil Rich said he didn't see the point of them, and he's a seasoned fell-runner so he ought to know, so I bowed to peer-pressure and spent my Innov8 allowance on Terrocs instead.

Posted: 12/07/2006 at 21:26


Will have to blat down a couple of bumps with him and prove him wrong then

They are incredibly comfortable and light!!

Not used then in anger yet though

Posted: 12/07/2006 at 21:58

They're a pretty colour ... it would be a shame to get them dirty.

Not sure if I really need another pair of luminous off-roaders when I've got the fluorescent yellow version of the Mudrocs.

Posted: 13/07/2006 at 07:38

erm, do you mean Flyrocs? If so, they're fab.

Posted: 13/07/2006 at 15:25

No, silly. Flyrocs are blue, aren't they?

I've got a pair of those too. They're wonderful, though not nearly as good as Mudrocs on wet grass.

Posted: 13/07/2006 at 15:28

I don't know do I?! Flyrocs are fab though.

Posted: 13/07/2006 at 16:09

'Course you don't, Minkey. You're oblivious to details like that because you're not a girly ;o)

Posted: 13/07/2006 at 16:17

DM - I can understand your confusion. Flyrocs are blue, but have a flourescent greeny-yellow.

And are indeed the best thing since sliced, or even unsliced, bread.

Posted: 17/07/2006 at 13:04

The missing word was 'lining'.

Posted: 17/07/2006 at 13:04



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  • Price: £65.00
  • Year: from 2006

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