Saucony Xodus 6.0 del Hombres Trail Running Shoe
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- Resistente al agua superior con cordones Vamp para mayor comodidad y apoyo
- Puntera Shell protector de dedos para protección
- lugged suela para mayor agarre y durabilidad
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Un neutral trail runner. Durable exterior de malla y sintético. Pro-Lock de apoyo en la mediasuela. Encaje bolsillo en la lengua. Felpa Cuello y la lengua. Reforzada Bootie interior. Forro de tela transpirable. Extraíble plantilla de espuma. Ligero PowerGridâ " Mediasuela ofrece una óptima amortiguación de rebote y una marcha suave. Altura de la Entresuela:
Heel/Toe: 23,5 mm/19.5 mm
Diferencial: 4 mm EOB (External Bedrock Outsole) placa piedra protege los pies de rozaduras. VibramÂ , suela de goma. multidireccional) para un agarre óptimo. Importado.
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Color: Grey/Black/Slime | Tamaño: 8 D(M) US
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Tread life is significantly less than older versions
and after 3 months of regular use they have worn down thinner than my xodus 4s with a year of the same trails and daily mileage.
it maintains the same wear pattern on the nobs of rubber for both shoes so its not a defect in the layup, rubber does seem a bit softer than the 4.0s but they are also a year older
was actually pretty shocked to see that.
the sides are not the mesh fabric anymore which makes it less breathable but the previous fabric was also a thistle magnet and snagged on lots of stuff. when they wear they turn into fishnetting.
its a little stiffer and definitely more abrasion resistant with the new side panels.
overall the 6.0s are better than the 5s (absolute garbage) but tread life is just laughable compared to the 4s. hoping the 7s will fare better...
While the sizing is pretty much the same as other Saucony's (which I've worn running for years), if you're going to hike in these on any steep terrain then I'd recommend going up 1/2 size to keep your toes from hitting the front of the toebox on descents.
I paired these Saucony's up with Outdoor Research Sparkplug gaiters to keep the pebbles and other large trail mess at bay. I also started wearing Injinji Trail Midweight crew socks.The combo works really well. Following two hikes I can report that my feet feel great and I didn't get any blisters or rub spots.
The shoes have good traction in dry conditions. I scrambled several class 2 routes with confidence and they handled steep, dry terrain as well as any boots I've worn. I did notice that they weren't strong performers on some slick wet surfaces like some types of rock you can encounter on stream crossings (although the typical granite in the Sierras wasn't a problem).
The shoes have a small plastic loop built in to hook the front of your gaiters into. This is real convenient. With the OR gaiters you'll need some double-stick velcro dots stuck to the heel. The gaiters come with one set of the velcro dots but if you're like me the gaiters will outlast one pair of shoes (or you'll use them with more than one pair). You can get these at Walmart, etc for a couple bucks.
A couple extras I didn't anticipate: 1) the shoes/gaiter combo is so easy on/off that when you do get a pebble or something in your shoe it's a lightspeed on/off/on when compared to lightweight hiking boots with traditional gaiters. 2) These shoes are so comfortable that when you do get into camp you're not dying to take them off - so no need for camp shoes or flipflops. They also slip on easily for those midnight trips when nature calls.
I can't speak for durability yet as they've only seen a couple trips so far. I suspect they'll be less durable than my Merrells but if they can last a season and my feet are happy then I'm happy.
I run 20 KM a week on trails and a bit of road. These shoes have remained comfortable with very springy tread. When I am on the road, the tread wears relatively quickly but that is too be expected for a high-tread trail show.
The grip is incredible for dry rock and sheds mud well in wet conditions. The only trouble I have had (with any non-cleated show) is in extremely cold weather where there is flat ice. These shoes (and others) will slip on smooth ice. If there is snow or rough ice, they grip just fine.
The upper is durable and the inside has a bit of wear, but again that is normal. They do remain very comfortable.
Pros: Comfort, tread, grip, style.
Cons: Some may find them heavy - I don't. Tread wear on road (but same for any trail shoe)
Summary - excellent value for the money. These shoes perform well and are made well. Buy them for trails and light road. A truly good shoe.