Puma Trailfox

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Puma Trailfox
Puma's best trail shoe yet. It's light and fast; efficient runners who want a shoe for trail races should give it a try.

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The Trailfox is designed for trails from the sole up, rather than being based on an existing road shoe, and it's all the better for it. It's built low to the ground and there's a plastic plate in the midsole to protect the foot from sharp stones. Puma has placed ...  Continue reading

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On the 75 miles I've so far done they are exactly what I was after. They replaced a pair of Mizuno Wave harriers which were a bit too hard on the feet. Continue reading...
poor value Continue reading...
An excellent value shoe Continue reading...
Better shoes on the market-see Brooks Adrenalin ASR or Mizuno Trail Harrier (fell/rough trail) Continue reading...
These are perfect shoes for running along trails that aren't too muddy. But if you want to run on the fells or bomb around a muddy forest, look elsewhere. Continue reading...



Does anyone have any views on the above? I am looking for a good x country shoe which can also double up as an all round off road shoe. I.e (spikeless)

Any ideas welcome.

Many thanks Guys


Posted: 12/10/2006 at 08:50

I just got some mizuno wave harriers and they're great!

Posted: 12/10/2006 at 10:38


i was going to buy inov8 mudroc shoes but unsure if they are any good for xc grass and mud etc and from reading previous threads they don't seem too supportive! Are your mizuno wave ahrriers proving any use desk jockey?

Posted: 18/10/2006 at 15:48

try the Asics Mojave - all the benfits of Asics road shoes with grip for trails........

Mudrocs are great if the going is mud to boggy but hard going if it's more hardpack due to lack of support but fine if you like road racing flats.........

Posted: 18/10/2006 at 16:59

thanks for the info going to buy some today so will try them both and see which ones are better for comfort! :)

Posted: 19/10/2006 at 11:05

I've got a pair of Mizuno Ascend which are great for trails/road but not mud.

My Mudrocs are far superior in mud but not suitable for a long period on road or very hard trails.

If there is mud about and you are not running on road I would choose the Mudrocs.

Posted: 20/10/2006 at 18:30

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