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Asics GT-2000 7 TRAIL, Cyber Monday stacking deal $62.96

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Great trail running shoes. Additional %30 off with CYBERMONDAY code. Ends up being $62.96 and 2-day free shipping.

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They are also the same price on Amazon (Asics as the seller)
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Would this work as a light hiker? I don't like boots but want something a little more rugged for the trial with good grip. We are talking about light hikes here 60-120 minutes round trip. No snow or wet rock scrambling.
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Would this work as a light hiker? I don't like boots but want something a little more rugged for the trial with good grip. We are talking about light hikes here 60-120 minutes round trip. No snow or wet rock scrambling.
Probably not. Trail running shoes generally are the normal version with a hard barrier in the sole so if you land on rocks or sticks it doesn't poke through.
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Probably not. Trail running shoes generally are the normal version with a hard barrier in the sole so if you land on rocks or sticks it doesn't poke through.
Why not? I always hike in the light breathable and drainable sneakers. Have been for years. Hiking boots are really for very tough terrains and winter conditions only unless you have serious stability issues and sprain your ankles easily.
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