Xero Shoes TerraFlex Trail Shoe

Aug 6, 2018

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It’s striking to us that in a world where walking or running are such natural aspects of daily life that we choose to wear shoes that force our feet into such unnatural positions. Thankfully, zero-drop shoe and sandal manufacturer Xero Shoes builds footwear designed with your foot’s natural movement in mind – now in the form of a lightweight trail-running shoe.

Meet the Xero Shoes TerraFlex, a trail-friendly version of their best selling Prio running shoe. And just like the rest of their lineup, the TerraFlex boasts a wide, anatomically correct toe box for a relaxing fit and a non-elevated heel for proper posture. Each shoe also weighs less than 10 ounces, features a lugged 4mm outsole that’s flexible enough to roll-up and fit into your pocket, a balance-friendly low-to-the-ground footbed, and comes complete with their 5,000-mile sole warranty for good measure. On sale now just in time for Spring.

Purchase: $80 (20% off)

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