Trail running shoes are the next emerging trend and arguably the sequel to the chunky trainer wave we have seen over the last two years.
The profile of trail shoes is often sleeker and more technical in appearance with that nostalgic 1990s raver aesthetic.
Trail running shoes are essentially built for running cross country on fells and hillside surfaces that are muddy and rocky. Trail shoes differ from traditional performance runners in many ways, but the key differences are that trail shoes have deeper, and grippier tread patterns on the outsole for improved traction on muddy and rocky terrain and the materials used in the construction are often water resistant meaning the trail shoes are easy to clean after a fell run or an all-night rave!
Make sure you stay one step ahead and add trail running shoes to your wanted list!