New for the trail: Brooks Cascadia 7
Designed from the ground up, the Cascadia 7 defines what a trail shoe should be: rugged without sacrificing runnability. Infused with Brooks technology and a bit of insight from ultrarunner Scott Jurek, this amazing piece of equipment features an asymmetric upper that anatomically wraps the foot with conforming materials, a ballistic rock shield and toe protector for dicey terrain, and four-point pivot posts that act like a suspension system for your feet. Top it off with an intuitive lug pattern and this trailblazer is ready to tackle even the toughest terrain.
The Cascadia 7 is a versatile, durable trail shoe that is capable of handling any trail in the San Antonio area, from the flats at Eisenhower Park to the boulders at Government Canyon to the loose rocks and technical trails of Bandera Hill Country State Natural Area.
The Brooks Cascadia 7 retails at The Athlete's Foot for $109.99
Men's Brooks Cascadia 7 Bottom Tread
Posted by on 9th February, 2012 | Comments | Trackbacks
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