Weight 347g Evaluation Not too many manufacturers have produced off-road shoes that cater specifically for the overpronator. That is the market Brooks is targeting with the Trespass. A dual-density midsole with a sturdy medial post and a supportive
. In short A hybrid road/trail trainer – the outsole isn’t noticeably grippier than many road shoes. And we’re not 100 per cent convinced that the second density in the forefoot adds a great deal.Try it on if you liked New Balance 705; Brooks Trespass.
Weight 319gEvaluation Asics is a past master at producing sturdy, no-frills budget trail shoes. Models such as the Gel Guts and Trespass were perfect for runners who did a bit of trail running, but didn't want to spend a fortune. The Trail Attack
. With the Trespass and now the Alta, Brooks are one of these companies. The good news for Brooks is that there’s still a market for such a shoe, particularly one as keenly priced as the Alta. If you don’t do a huge amount of off-road running, or mix trails with roads
, but still retains its superior cushioning and protectionTry it on if you liked Asics Gel Eagle Trail (£85); Brooks Trespass (£65)
stability-oriented runner who wonders why so many people love it.Try it on if you liked Nike Air Pegasus; Brooks Trespass.
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