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Men's Trail Glove 3

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Hit the terrain in this durable, zero-drop trail running shoe. An ultra-lightweight upper molds to your foot over confident Vibram® grip soles.
FEATURES
• Mesh and synthetic TPU upper
• Merrell Omni-Fit™ lacing System provides a precise, glove-like fit
• Reflective details for increased visibility in low light
• Breathable mesh lining
• Wash as needed in cold water, gentle cycle and air dry
• TrailProtect™ pad offers under foot protection
• 0mm drop / 4mm heel cushion / 10.5mm heel stack height
• 3mm lug depth
• Vibram® outsole
• Vegan friendly footwear
• Weight 7oz (1/2 pair)
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0% animal products.
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High-performance rubber soles with unmatched
durability, stability and slip resistance.
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5 5
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Apr 26, 2017
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4 5
Nice tread, great for running This pair of shoes is great for running and walking on flat surface.

Nice tread, great for running

Apr 24, 2017
This pair of shoes is great for running and walking on flat surface.
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5 5
Versatile shoe for weight training and running Great show for squats, deadlifts, and other lifts requiring a hard (i.e. not cushioned or raised), flat sole. The shoe then transitions well for road and trail running. Even better than the Trail Glove 1.

Versatile shoe for weight training and running

Apr 24, 2017
Great show for squats, deadlifts, and other lifts requiring a hard (i.e. not cushioned or raised), flat sole. The shoe then transitions well for road and trail running. Even better than the Trail Glove 1.
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4 5
Good, but Trail Glove 1 was more durable Bought my first pair of Trail Gloves in 2011. I'd been minimalist running for a couple years, but VFFs and huaraches are both just plain too cold to run in when it's below freezing and there's any kind of moisture on the ground... got tired of worrying about frostbite. The Trail Glove 1 was the perfect solution - enough protection and ground-barrier that my circulation could keep up with the heat loss, still pretty good ground feel and zero drop. I ran my first Ultra (53 mi) in that pair of TG1s in June of 2012, ran the soles off them and the next pair over 5-ish years - they were my everything shoes and they lasted forever. So... I was expecting a similar level of durability with the Trail Glove 3 (couldn't find TG1s anymore when I needed a replacement last year). I've been a little disappointed in the durability of the upper. The fit and feel is at least as great as the TG1, maybe even a little better room in the toebox, but after less than a year, the cloth mesh started to wear out above the ball of the big toe (both sides), between the upper web and the seam of the lower, right below the last couple of lace eyelets. I think it's just a design flaw rather than a quality issue - thats where the shoes flex the most, and there's a lot of sheer on that section of mesh. The holes are situated such that I can't patch them, so even though the soles on these still have a lot of life left in them, the uppers are about shot, and I can't really wear them in public anymore. Still great for trail runs, though, at least until those uppers completely disintegrate. :D

Good, but Trail Glove 1 was more durable

Apr 18, 2017
Bought my first pair of Trail Gloves in 2011. I'd been minimalist running for a couple years, but VFFs and huaraches are both just plain too cold to run in when it's below freezing and there's any kind of moisture on the ground... got tired of worrying about frostbite. The Trail Glove 1 was the perfect solution - enough protection and ground-barrier that my circulation could keep up with the heat loss, still pretty good ground feel and zero drop. I ran my first Ultra (53 mi) in that pair of TG1s in June of 2012, ran the soles off them and the next pair over 5-ish years - they were my everything shoes and they lasted forever. So... I was expecting a similar level of durability with the Trail Glove 3 (couldn't find TG1s anymore when I needed a replacement last year). I've been a little disappointed in the durability of the upper. The fit and feel is at least as great as the TG1, maybe even a little better room in the toebox, but after less than a year, the cloth mesh started to wear out above the ball of the big toe (both sides), between the upper web and the seam of the lower, right below the last couple of lace eyelets. I think it's just a design flaw rather than a quality issue - thats where the shoes flex the most, and there's a lot of sheer on that section of mesh. The holes are situated such that I can't patch them, so even though the soles on these still have a lot of life left in them, the uppers are about shot, and I can't really wear them in public anymore. Still great for trail runs, though, at least until those uppers completely disintegrate. :D
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5 5
I bought my first pair of Trail Gloves in 2011 after reading Born to Run. I was interested in the Minimalist running. After trying several competitors these were the most comfortable. I use them for road running and trail running. I have completed a couple Obstacle/Mud runs and last year used them for the Augusta Half Ironman. I ran the soles off them in 2016. I’m so grateful to be able to replace them with the Trail Glove 3. I love the black color as I can wear these to work with my casual slacks . I have to admit since receiving my new pair, unless I am in my dress shoes or work boots I have on my trail gloves!! The most comfortable shoes!!!!

I bought my first pair of Trail Gloves in 2011 after reading Born to Run.

Mar 06, 2017
I was interested in the Minimalist running. After trying several competitors these were the most comfortable. I use them for road running and trail running. I have completed a couple Obstacle/Mud runs and last year used them for the Augusta Half Ironman. I ran the soles off them in 2016. I’m so grateful to be able to replace them with the Trail Glove 3. I love the black color as I can wear these to work with my casual slacks . I have to admit since receiving my new pair, unless I am in my dress shoes or work boots I have on my trail gloves!! The most comfortable shoes!!!!
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The tools you need to get the job done! #BorntoRun

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