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- Fabric and Synthetic
- Rubber sole
- Lightweight trail runner featuring Omni-Fit lacing system and rugged lugged sole
- 0mm heel-to-toe drop with 10.5mm stack height
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TRAIL GLOVE 3
Hit the terrain in this durable, zero-drop trail running shoe. An ultra-lightweight upper molds to your foot over confident Vibram grip soles.
Long-lasting M Select Fresh prevents sweat and moisture from affecting the freshness of your shoes. Our antimicrobial agents penetrate and disrupt the reproduction of the odor causing microbes in your shoes.
Lug patterns that provide stability in all conditions, with no lugs placed under the arch, so your foot flexes more naturally for greater comfort. Sure traction on both wet and dry surfaces in even the most extreme temperatures.
There’s more than one way to make a shoe. Vegan friendly uses 0% animal products while providing 100% comfort and style. Feel good. Look good.
Unprecedented comfort can now be found in the all-new Merrell Trail Glove 3. Offering incredible fit, the Merrell Trail Glove 3 is sure to become your new favorite running pal. Crafted with mesh and synthetic TPU, it features Merrell Omni-Fit™ lacing System that provides a precise, glove-like fit while reflective details increases visibility in low light. Inside, breathable mesh lining treated with M Select™ FRESH reduces shoe odor, while TrailProtect™ pad offers under foot protection. The Merrell Trail Glove 3 is finished off with a MBound midsole cushioning for immediate feedback, and a durable Vibram outsole for maximum support and traction.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00KZO4JUI
- Item model number: Trail Glove 3-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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All that said - these shoes have held up fantastically. They are roughly the same size as the TG2 in terms of fit, but they *feel* larger due to the more rigid out-sole. The out-sole is definitely tougher and offers less ground-feel than the previous version, but in many ways that's not a bad thing - there's still enough to feel planted and connected, and when you're actually off-road and/or on trail, those many little rocks aren't as "pokey" as they were in the earlier shoe. Honestly I like haven't the choice between the two. My TG2s are still going great as well though I don't wear them as much simply because I don't *want* to wear them out. They've become a light-duty sneaker for me.
I also own a pair of All Out Fuse Trailer Running shoes by Merrel, which are similar but just nowhere near the toughness and connectedness that the TGs offer, as well as a slight drop and some cushioning. Since I already own three pairs of Trail Gloves I've resisted buying a pair of the new Trail Glove 4 and will likely wait for the next version and hope it's the perfect shoe since Merrell is getting closer and closer with this line.
I've had lots of shoes and the Trail Glove line is easily in my Top-3 of all the footwear I've ever had. Fantastic kicks and whats more - they helped alleviate my back pain and allow me to stand and walk for hours at a time. Yup. I dig'm.
Compared to some of my Merrells in the past, this shoe has a more pronounced arch/midfoot support. As a person with fairly flat feet, this has taken a little bit to get used to. I can already tell the support isn't as noticeable after wearing them for 50 miles or so, but it's something to be aware of. Secondly, I prefer my lacing to be a little on the looser side, and there is barely enough lace for me to get a knot done up. I typically use something like Lace Locks anyway, but I definitely think the laces could be longer to accommodate taller feet.
The ground feel is still fairly good; obviously with a thicker sole you lose some feel, but I do feel both connected to the ground and protected from it. There is no Achilles tab...there's a notch, which I prefer. I like my socks to have a tab at the Achilles, but any shoe that doesn't have a notch, I steer away from. The mesh upper and Vibram soles feel sturdy enough, but I do tend to have issues with the upper separating on Merrell shoes towards their end of life.
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