An outsole that bites
Dynafit teams up with the Pomoca® to create the Gliding Path trail-specific outsole of the Trailbreaker Evo. The Pomoca® brand is known for creating, among other things, rubber compounds that are specially designed for outdoor activities, such as skiing, mountain climbing, and trail running.
With the Gliding Path outsole system, the Trailbreaker Evo is not only equipped with traction for running, but also for gliding. The result is a shoe that has a balance of stable grip and smooth performance on both hard and soft grounds.
The Trailbreaker Evo runs comfortably regardless of terrain
The midsole of the Dynafit Trailbreaker Evo is made from a single-cushioned unit of compressed ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA). It provides a flexible and adaptable ride according to the running surface.
The Trailbreaker Evo also places importance in the heel-to-toe drop, as it intends to be used in short to medium-distance runs. A comparable trail running shoe in this regard is the Salomon Speedcross 5.
No more smelly feet
For additional cushioning, there is an Ortholite sockliner placed above the EVA foam. This material is known for its antimicrobial property that is effective in maintaining a dry and odorless in-shoe environment.
Keepin' it breezy
The Alpine Air Mesh is the upper material employed in the Trailbreaker Evo. It facilitates adequate airflow and offers comfortable coverage. With a semi-tight weave structure, the Alpine Air Mesh prevents debris from entering the shoe.
Say goodbye to wet feet
Underneath the upper is a fabric sleeve that serves as a moisture-wicking unit. It keeps the foot dry and also controls sweat from being absorbed into the shoe’s lining.
Dynafit Trailbreaker Evo: Fit is A-OK!
The Dynafit Trailbreaker Evo also uses a Sock Fit system, which aims to improve the fit of the shoe by means of a sock-like construction inside the foot chamber.