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Recommendations for Trail Shoes.

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Jan 2018
12:36pm, 11 Jan 2018
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Mudclaws are great for mud - but no use (worse) for slimy stone/chalk etc.
Still looking for a good shoe for that.
I do have a pair on Inov8 Ultra 290 Goretex that seem good for mixed ground - although do feel them if on road for too long, and not as good as the mudclaws in recent really gooey clay.
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Jan 2018
12:37pm, 11 Jan 2018
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Wondering if any one has experience of these ?
sportsshoes.com
Jan 2018
2:28pm, 13 Jan 2018
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ferret
Not those shoes, but have had goretex trail shoes, warm in cold dry & windy weather but waterlogged after fording puddles & other fun wet stuff. Was a while ago, may be improved now.
Jan 2018
2:31pm, 13 Jan 2018
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jdarun
I sometimes use waterproof socks which may be a better alternative than waterproof shoes. However they are pretty thick so might be a struggle if your shoes are snug.
Jan 2018
4:02pm, 13 Jan 2018
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The_Saint
Roclites are great, avoid goretex shoes unless you want to run in snow.

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