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FEATURES of the Patagonia Footwear Men's Evermore Shoe
Durable and breathable air mesh upper with PU coated microfiber overlay for protection and drainage ports
Resilient leather toe bumper and heel provides added durability and protection
Soft, counter-free heel provides optimum fit and comfort
Integrated 2mm footbed with Dri-Lex cover and lining treated with Aegis Microbe Shield provides temperature and moisture control; designed to be worn sockless or with a lightweight sock
4mm drop, Everlight soft-flexing, high-rebound EVA midsole encourages a midfoot strike yet is forgiving should the heel hit first; low profile design provides terrain sensitivity
1mm (men) forefoot EVA rock plate distributes pressure, protecting the foot while maintaining forefoot flexibility
Ever tough tacky rubber sole provides security on rocks; forward-facing lugs in forefoot for climbing and rear-facing lugs in heel for braking
Trail Running, Adventure Racing
US SIZE (cont.)
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Rated 5 out of
Minimal doesn't quite cut it, because it's got just enoughAfter hitting the dirt (or mud, snow, ice, sand) since March in Nike Pegasus 29 trails, I decided to give in and replace my derelict Habitat Basins. The Basins were everything I could have asked for in a trail shoe: light, low-pro, snug with room in the toe box, and since it was billed as a "lifestyle shoe", under the radar versus more popular and comparably performing kicks. I shredded those shoes until the seems blew and the sole became insole.,,,,Now, I feel like the trail miles I've run earned me the chance to upgrade. Enter the Evermore. They do everything the Basins did and they BREATHE. Like it says in the tag line it's hard for me to call these shoes minimal because they've got just the right amount of traction and protection, yet are so light and simple that I forget they're there after the warm-up. ,,,,I just can't got back to the Nikes now. They feel like too much shoe and if I'm thinking about my feet, I'm not focused on the trail. ,,,,We'll see how the snow treats them...