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Run on the rough stuff with the GoLite Set Wing Trail Running Shoes.

An aggressive Trail Claws traction system gives the GoLite Men's Set Wing Trail Running Shoes enough bite and cushion to take on rough terrain at high speeds. Each independently moving lug under the Set Wing Shoes absorbs the impact of large rocks and roots without transferring the pressure to your foot. The result is a shoe that lets you go faster and further without torturing your feet. GoLite used a combination of Powervent and PU rubber materials on the upper for great ventilation with loads of durability.

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3 5

Needs improvement

I bought these looking for a light, aggressive trail runner. They are both. They run a little low in the heel and ride a little higher in the forefoot due to the aggressive isomorphic spikes. I have put about 140 trail running miles on these and here are my PROS: great traction, substantial cushion, lightweight, roomy toebox. CONS: had to replace laces (always slipping), they squeak with EVERY step especially when wet!, when pulling the laces, it ripped the top of the toebox. I would rate these as adequate, but needs improvement.

3 5

Pretty good, not great

These shoes are comfortable, in large part due to the very roomy toebox. They are light, but still provide adequate support and protection. In dry conditions, the traction is excellent. However, in wet conditions, I found them to be very slippery. On wet rocks, they totally failed to grip. If your local trail conditions are typically dry, they may work for you; if you have rocky trails that get wet often, look elsewhere.