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Men's trail running shoes Asics

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Wondering how to progress on the trail? From the Trail de la Pierre qui Tourne to the leisure trail, two criteria should guide you in the choice of a trail shoe: the type of terrain and the length of the trail.

- Which trail shoe to choose on dry ground? On dry, rolling terrain, use shoes with the fewest possible cleats. For example: Brooks' Cascadia, the new Asics grip sole from Asics' Fujitrabuco, Salomon's Sense range, Saucony Peregrine shoe and the Mizuno Rider TT.

- Which trail shoe to choose on muddy terrain? Running on soft or greasy ground (mud, snow or sand) requires a shoe with grip, like the Salomon Speedcross or the Xodus by Saucony. For waterproofing, look for the patented Gore-Tex models. For trail riding on snow and ice, you will notice the exceptional performance of the Vibram Arctic Grip outsoles, and the practicality of the Michelin and Continental insoles.

- Which trail shoe to choose on stony and uneven terrain? Swear only by the stone guard. These include the Brooks Cascadia, Salomon XA Elevate and Saucony's Xodus, or choose the Asics grip sole with redesigned studs on the Asics Fujitrabuco 7 and Fujitrabuco Pro.

- What shoe for a long trail? Running an ultra-trail requires a good cushioning at the heel, such as the one present on Saucony's Xodus, Salomon's Sense Ultra or Asics' Fujitrabuco 7. On medium distance (15 to 30 km), you will appreciate the comfort of Asics Fujitrabuco 7, Asics Fujitrabuco Pro or Mizuno Wave Mujin. On short distances and fast trails (< 15 km), the forefoot must attract your attention to allow the toes to grip on the slopes: Asics Fujitrabuco and Brooks Cascadia or the lightness of the Asics Fujitrabuco Pro will meet your requirements.