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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
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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5 5
These shoes are really comfy. I bought these shoes for a race I had and I ordered incorrectly, the customer service was amazing and corrected it and I had my shoes in less than a week and I'm stationed overseas. Merrell is a great company and makes amazing products and I will continue to keep buying all my shoes from them!

These shoes are really comfy.

Feb 24, 2017
I bought these shoes for a race I had and I ordered incorrectly, the customer service was amazing and corrected it and I had my shoes in less than a week and I'm stationed overseas. Merrell is a great company and makes amazing products and I will continue to keep buying all my shoes from them!
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5 5
After 30 years of loyalty to NB - Merrell's are much better. I'm in my mid fifties, and have been using NB exclusively for over 30 years. I started running regularly about 5 years ago. I run ~24-35 miles a week year-round, depending on my schedule. I also use them for day to day walking etc - these are my shoes except special occasions. Each run is always ~6.8miles. I am not a compatitive runner (I rarely go below 10 minute mile, and I don't care) I just switched to the Trail Glove 3 after 5 years of running with NB Minimus - I had a few of those and I kept each pair for close to 4000 miles of running and daily use. The minimal style of shoes is extremely comfortable to me. I run without socks. I recently decided to drop NB. I looked at a number of options, but Merrell's were the only ones with Vibram soles. I could not get myself to get Vibrams' own 5 finger shoes. To my pleasant surprise the Trail Glove 3 proved just great out of the box: I got size 7.5 men, black and orange. I like design and the color. I have a very simple rule with shoes: They either feel great right away - if not, I reject it. And these shoes do feel great right away: The size was a perfect fit. Also I used to have to 'break in' all my NB shoes - often a bloody, painful process that lasted several weeks because the shoes , while comfortable and true to size, would rub against my skin in various areas due to the design of the shoe and the materials. Not so with the TR3 - the inner shoe if extremely comfortable and so, to my delight - I'm able to enjoy my runs without pain. Note - at this point I've only used this shoe for about 2 week and less than 50 miles - because the weather is warming up. I the winter I don't run with minimals because my feet freeze. I've use another new pair of Merrell's - the All Out Crush Shield for about 100 miles now - they too prove to be just great and no need to break in. I hope the Merrell don't change the design of good shoes every yer, like NB - a frustrating think: As a runner, finding and using a good shoe regularly is important - I found that with NB, the 'new' design were often worse than the replacement...

After 30 years of loyalty to NB - Merrell's are much better.

Feb 18, 2017
I'm in my mid fifties, and have been using NB exclusively for over 30 years. I started running regularly about 5 years ago. I run ~24-35 miles a week year-round, depending on my schedule. I also use them for day to day walking etc - these are my shoes except special occasions. Each run is always ~6.8miles. I am not a compatitive runner (I rarely go below 10 minute mile, and I don't care) I just switched to the Trail Glove 3 after 5 years of running with NB Minimus - I had a few of those and I kept each pair for close to 4000 miles of running and daily use. The minimal style of shoes is extremely comfortable to me. I run without socks. I recently decided to drop NB. I looked at a number of options, but Merrell's were the only ones with Vibram soles. I could not get myself to get Vibrams' own 5 finger shoes. To my pleasant surprise the Trail Glove 3 proved just great out of the box: I got size 7.5 men, black and orange. I like design and the color. I have a very simple rule with shoes: They either feel great right away - if not, I reject it. And these shoes do feel great right away: The size was a perfect fit. Also I used to have to 'break in' all my NB shoes - often a bloody, painful process that lasted several weeks because the shoes , while comfortable and true to size, would rub against my skin in various areas due to the design of the shoe and the materials. Not so with the TR3 - the inner shoe if extremely comfortable and so, to my delight - I'm able to enjoy my runs without pain. Note - at this point I've only used this shoe for about 2 week and less than 50 miles - because the weather is warming up. I the winter I don't run with minimals because my feet freeze. I've use another new pair of Merrell's - the All Out Crush Shield for about 100 miles now - they too prove to be just great and no need to break in. I hope the Merrell don't change the design of good shoes every yer, like NB - a frustrating think: As a runner, finding and using a good shoe regularly is important - I found that with NB, the 'new' design were often worse than the replacement...
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4 5
A great series of shoes, current model (TG 3) has a few issues This is my fifth pair of Trail Gloves going back to the original. I love the feel of the shoes and the ground texture underneath, also the ability to really flex your foot and toes. Apparently some people have a bit of a transition time to accustom their feet to the lack of padding, but this was not a problem for me. At this point I find that I just can't wear regular trail shoes - they feel like boards. I have two issues with the Trail Glove 3 version: 1) the increased pore size of the uppers, while providing more ventilation, seem to catch more grass seeds and burrs. 2) the shoe doesn't conform as well to my ankle contours, allowing occasional tiny rocks to bounce in. Once you've been wearing these shoes your get are sensitive enough that even a pinhead sized piece of sand is noticeable. However the shoes are easy to slip off and empty. Finally, personal preference, I loved my "Parrot-fish blue and green" Trail Glove 2's (bought two pairs) - good energy and many positive comments. Then I ended up with a pair of black/grey Trail Glove 3's - uninspiring - and I replaced them before they wore out with the Speice Orange, which once again have good energy. I hope the new model includes some energetic colors.

A great series of shoes, current model (TG 3) has a few issues

Feb 07, 2017
This is my fifth pair of Trail Gloves going back to the original. I love the feel of the shoes and the ground texture underneath, also the ability to really flex your foot and toes. Apparently some people have a bit of a transition time to accustom their feet to the lack of padding, but this was not a problem for me. At this point I find that I just can't wear regular trail shoes - they feel like boards. I have two issues with the Trail Glove 3 version: 1) the increased pore size of the uppers, while providing more ventilation, seem to catch more grass seeds and burrs. 2) the shoe doesn't conform as well to my ankle contours, allowing occasional tiny rocks to bounce in. Once you've been wearing these shoes your get are sensitive enough that even a pinhead sized piece of sand is noticeable. However the shoes are easy to slip off and empty. Finally, personal preference, I loved my "Parrot-fish blue and green" Trail Glove 2's (bought two pairs) - good energy and many positive comments. Then I ended up with a pair of black/grey Trail Glove 3's - uninspiring - and I replaced them before they wore out with the Speice Orange, which once again have good energy. I hope the new model includes some energetic colors.
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4 5
Great shoes I like these shoes but really love the lower profile gloves.

Great shoes

Feb 01, 2017
I like these shoes but really love the lower profile gloves.
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