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Conquer the mountains with the speed of a diving spine-tailed swift (Hirundapus Caudacatus). Patagonia built the ultra-lightweight Women's Tsali Trail Running Shoe to help you crush your best time in comfort and safety. That's right, safety. Patagonia's X-Dynamic lacing system, combined with an internal support system and EVA perforated footbed supports, gives you stability on uneven terrain to avoid a crash-and-burn. The DWR-treated mesh upper wicks moisture to keep your feet dry and cozy, and the DuPont foam footframe is 25% lighter than standard EVA to reduce long-term fatigue.

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Very comfortable shoes

    These shoes are terrific now that I have the right size. Based on the cm measurement of my foot, and my regular shoe size, I ordered these in an 8. They were extremely tight and I couldn't keep them on for five minutes. So I contacted and talked to a customer service helper. we arranged to exchange for a size 9 - the largest shoe size I've ever purchased - and since then, they are working out wonderfully! Very comfortable and supportive and sturdy. I'm glad I bought them!

    5 Star Shoes

      I have been looking for a good pair of tennis shoes for months. I bought my first pair off the sale rack at REI and fell in love. I bought 2 more pair from Backcountry. These shoes have great support and tread for walking on trail and gravel. I also wear them to work when I have to be on my feet all day and I just go-go-go!


        These shoes are really comfortable. I have had them for almost a year, and they have held up really well. I have the green, and amazingly, they're really not that dirty (but I don't really wander around in mud). The sole is pretty sticky - I have never had a problem with them slipping. I mostly use these shoes for around town and easy hiking. They aren't really great on anything other than a a flat trail - they are too soft and foot fatigue is quick on steep and rocky terrain. I like these shoes enough that I will carry an extra pair of approach shoes and switch into them only on class 3+ terrain. These shoes are soooo much faster to hike in and more comfortable than approach or standard hiking shoes. The only thing I really don't like is that on steep downhills I have to tie them really tight to keep my toes from smashing into the front of the shoe.

        Great shoe!

          This shoe is extremely light trail running shoe. For being light it is not as sturdy as some other shoes from Patagonia such as Release. It is wider shoe so it is perfect for a bit wider foot or extra cushion socks.

          Instant comfort but a little big

            I usually wear a 7 - 7 1/2 and I had to get a 6.5, so they run a little big, but they're really comfortable. In a day or so they were worn in and fit great. I've done some hiking in them and they're comfortable and seem really durable.

            Love these

              I typically wear 6 or 6.5. Bought 6.5 and seem to have a tad more room than I really need.
              I am new to trail running so I don't have past experience with these types of shoes but they felt comfortable right out of the box and no blisters or rubbing in the wrong places after two months of use.