Inov-8 Terroc 330

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Inov-8 Terroc 330
The Terroc is not as grippy or responsive as the Inov-8 Mudroc, but it feels more stable and is a more enjoyable companion for long runs.

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While Inov-8’s Mudroc models are among the best examples of extreme off-road shoes – where grip is the most important consideration – they aren’t exactly ideal for long, lazy runs in the trails. Having realised this, Inov-8 has introduced two new models – the Terroc 330 and Flyroc 310 – ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

16 user reviews of Inov-8 Terroc 330 See all

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I really like these shoes. Have used them for a number of races from 5 mile cross country races, trail runs - right up to the Grizzly and have found them comfortable and had no problems Continue reading...
Great mixed terrain shoe a bit hard on the roads but loads of grip on trails,sand and mud
Dont know about durability they look very sturdy
Soft under foot
Reccomended Continue reading...
Maybe they're not as good as their reputation. Or, maybe they just don't suit me. I'll stay agnostic on this, with regards to my problems with the fit.
One thing I do know, is that despite their heavy lugging Continue reading...
After two pairs looking for something else Continue reading...
Great fielt like i was running bare foot, but they stuck to everything to stop me slideing Continue reading...


I am looking for a trainer for off road, trails, muddy tracks etc. I currently run in Asics GT 2110's and I am torn between the Asics Gel Orient and Inov-8 terrocs. Which would you recommend?

Posted: 23/10/2006 at 18:34

The Inov-8 are proper off roader and will give you more grip and feel especially in the slippy stuff. The Asics are great, and are certainly better on road, but if you are plugging mud or on uneven surfaces go for the Inov-8

Posted: 24/10/2006 at 09:10

Thanks Al!

Posted: 24/10/2006 at 10:15

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