Closeouts. Conquer the toughest trails without losing speed, support or balance in La Sportiva’s Lynx trail running shoes, designed with a grippy FriXion® outsole and an impact braking system that allows you to stop fast, regardless of terrain.
Reviewed by fishinwithkids from Auburn, WA on Saturday, January 5, 2013
These are my every day shoes. I pronate and use an orthodic - these shoes give great support. They're not light compared to a running shoe, but I can run in them without much added effort. Good support on maintained mountain trails. The only downside is they have very poor traction in wet conditions - the hard rubber nubs in the soles simply glide across wet pavement and rocks.
Reviewed by Gorge girl from The gorge on Saturday, March 17, 2012
I bought these for my son, an active 10 year old. They seem sturdy and comfortable. We had to size up a full size and a half for the right fit though. They are quite narrow and fit small. We got such a great deal it was worth it:-)
Arch Type: Average Arch
Pros: Cushions Impact, Durable, Good Traction, Lightweight
Reviewed by TNCanuck from Knoxville, TN on Monday, October 4, 2010
Definitely runs small. I normally wear a 38, so I initially ordered a 38.5. It was way too small, so I returned it an got a 39.5. Still too small, so it's going back. [...] I'm giving up on this one. Too bad, because it seemed like a nice trail shoe - light weight, grippy outer, slightly higher in the ankle area (which I like for stability), good flexibility. Didn't try them on the trail, but they seem like they would be flexible and responsive.