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Light, but tough enough for the road and trail.
The North Face Men's Hyper-Track Guide Trail Running Shoe amply demonstrates that a flexible, minimalist running shoe can also offer a secure, supportive fit and feel. Its lightweight welded mesh upper is crisscrossed with TPU overlays for a great fit, while the new Cradle Guide technology in the dual-density midsole offers both softer EVA on top for cushioning as well as firmer EVA underneath that's precisely engineered to both protect and stabilize your foot, and to make each stride as efficient as possible.
- Lightweight, minimal upper construction is almost entirely welded to reduce bulk, weight, and chafing
- Breathable sandwich mesh in upper offers cooling ventilation while TPU welded overlays give you a close, supportive fit
- C-Delta metatarsal fit system holds your foot firmly in place
- Perforated Northotic footbed offers support and underfoot comfort
- Cradle Guide technology in midsole uses a mix of EVA densities to cushion maximal forces at foot impact, dynamically support the arch through pronation, and guide the foot through toe-off
- 8mm drop accommodates a variety of running styles
- Strategically positioned pods of high-abrasion rubber balance light weight with traction and durability
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The North Face Hyper-Track
Almost feel like a trail racing shoe
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
These shoes are super light and agile on the trails. They don't have the rock plate and aggressive tread of a true trail shoe, but unless you're running thru a rock quarry or up a slip & slide, who care's? They're ok on the road if you've gotta run a mile or 2 to get to a trailhead, but I wouldn't just run roads in them. Overall the upper breathes well, the toebox gives decent room and they grip the dirt well...two big thumbs up!