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Featuring a graphene-enhanced rubber outsole, the TRAILROC 280 delivers the world’s toughest grip over hard and rocky terrain.
With increased protection both underfoot and around the toes, as well as added comfort and cushioning, this shoe offers the ultimate package for those running all distances over technical hard-packed trails.
Graphene Grip Collaborating with graphene experts at The University of Manchester, inov-8 has been able to infuse the wonder-material into rubber.
200 times stronger than steel and super-lightweight, graphene is also the thinnest material on earth. Graphene is extraordinarily flexible, and can be bent and twisted, folded and stretched without any damage.
This graphene-enhanced rubber can flex and grip to all surfaces more effectively, without wearing down quickly. This provides reliably strong, long-lasting grip. The graphene enhanced outsole rubbers are scientifically tested to be 50% stronger, 50% more elastic and 50% harder wearing.
GRAPHENE GRIP: Revolutionary graphene-enhanced G-GRIP outsole delivers insane sticky grip AND increased durability – all in one rubber. The world’s toughest grip. No compromise.
4 mm deep profile
META-PLATE protects the foot from stones but is still flexible
Straight cut for normal freedom of movement
The neutral shoe or cushioning shoe is equipped without pronation support (the lateral support of the foot). It is therefore particularly suitable for runners who have a regular rolling behaviour, i.e. who do not bend inwards or outwards when running. The neutral shoe can be used in competitions, fast training or long endurance sessions. The cushioning can vary depending on the intended use. In order to achieve a more direct ground contact in competition, it is advisable to use a slightly damped shoe. In training on hard surfaces or with long units, more cushioned shoes offer better comfort and protect the joints.