Top 10 trailing / trekking shoes regardless of weather or terrain (P.1)

EACHSHOES Episode 02 “THE CONTEMPORARY CULTURE” – The First and Only Sneakers Edition in Vietnam | 21.12.2018

Although the rainy season has passed, but the weather at the end of the year has always had many unforeseen changes. If the sun had been hot recently, just a few minutes later the rain would have poured down like a pouring water. Not only do the days come to the new year with erratic weather, but almost all year round our country always has sudden rains, even in the hot dry season. Especially for those who love trekking or trail running on steep slopes or hills, owning a pair of shoes that is both comfortable in the dry season and comfortable in the rainy season is absolutely essential. Understanding your needs, EACHSHOES introduces the Top 10 super good trail / trekking shoes for sneakerheads and sports lovers here. Let’s see the list below which are the super products.

Hoka One One Speedgoat Mid WP

A shoe dubbed “the fastest walker” with the very familiar design of HOKA – Speedgoat Mid WP. One of the high-performance shoes that bring much fame and pride to HOKA. Inside it is SKYSHELL waterproof technology – this technology can keep your feet dry no matter what circumstances you are in. In addition, with Vibram’s MEGAGrip technology, it will better support your feet to grip on any terrain.

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ROA Neal Sneaker

ROA – a new name for the line of hiking shoes from Italy. This new character appeared with a very fancy name – Neal. Neal is a pair of hiking shoes but it is wrapped in a rather classy appearance and unlike a regular walking shoe.

The main material that makes the shoe is a combination of nylon and suede. The sole is made of nylon that pushes water out and makes it dry quickly when wet. Vibram chunky-style soleplate for grip and stability on the go. A special detail that brings a plus point to this shoe is the lines in the heel. In addition, the materials that make up it are also what makes EACHSHOES notice when it possesses a design similar to the structure of Aramid Fiber (the material that produces bulletproof vests).

La Sportiva Crossover 2.0 GTX

La Sportiva Crossover 2.0 GTX is the latest model of La Sportiva snowshoe. Sporty, sturdy design with GORE-TEX waterproof material, with a zip-lock fabric that wraps around your ankles to help keep feet warm and prevent snow from spilling in while traversing areas. heavy snow. Just changing some details such as “logo”, increasing the selling price is able to surpass other luxury shoe brands from Italy.

The North Face Ultra 110 GTX

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While fashionistas haven’t really seen The North Face as a shoe brand, the California-based outdoor gear maker has consistently come up with some pretty impressive waterproof sneakers. to the market. In terms of performance and experience, the GORE-TEX liner firmly keeps your feet dry and ensures no slipping while on the move in wet conditions. Aesthetically, the Ultra 110 GTX is a mix of a traditional sneaker and a pair of off-road shoes. The point that makes this shoe strong is the interlocking laces similar to many big brands such as adidas, Nike or Under Armor. This lacing system helps to think of steel framed structures in construction that create a sense of stability and sharpness.

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adidas Terrex GTX Skychaser

If the adidas Skywalking is still not “hot” enough to attract your attention, then switch to another top trail runner version of this brand. The Terrex Skychaser GTX is the newest German brand’s latest weather-resistant shoe. Equipped with GORE-TEX lining, it is ready to conquer mountains or snowy roads. In addition to the center of the base is a boost class, giving the wearer the ultimate in mobility. The Skychaser GTX is a versatile and functional shoe, plus a stylish look. Rain or shine, it’s always rated five stars for adidas.


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