La Sportiva C-Lite 2.0

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La Sportiva C-Lite 2.0
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La Sportiva C-Lite 2.0 -
A run through the mountains releases something old from within that urges you to keep moving and improving. The La Sportiva Women's C-Lite 2.0 Trail Running Shoe ensures that nothing physical can impede that deep, rewarding process.

Fit:

  • Slip-lasted, women-specific fit matches a medium-width female foot

Lining and Layers:

  • AirMesh upper and mesh lining allow ample breathability and moisture expulsion to reduce blisters, and the cover-all design resists rain, mud, and debris

Midsole:

  • Molded EVA midsole cushions your steps and stomps on rocky trails and features a 6mm drop from the heel

Traction and Grip:

  • FriXion AT rubber outsole grips the mud, sand, or slick rock and the Impact Brake System with V-Groove Technology aids control while quickly descending trails

Features:

  • TPU stabilizer plate prevents twisting and impact injury without adding much weight
  • UreTech (rubber, sand, and glue) reinforcement increases durability over rough mountain trails
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A lightweight, low to the ground stable trail runner with an aggressive outsole. The evolution of the tried and true Crosslite.
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La Sportiva C-Lite 2.0 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These are my all-time favorite running shoes. I am a La Sportiva athlete, but that is not why I wear these shoes. I am currently on my 6th pair. I can take these shoes right out of the box and do a mountainous long run without developing any blisters! They provide excellent support, yet are light-weight. I have worn them for races from 5k to 50 miles and cross country races to technical trails and they work great for them all!

Alison Bryant at Backcountry.com on 05/22/2012

Great trail runner. Nice and supportive and while the upper might look a little dorky it's very functional.

Chris Sanger at Backcountry.com on 05/02/2012

Great women's trail runner - mesh upper stops debris and so on and super light shoe.

DEON NORTJE at Backcountry.com on 04/05/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Bought this trail runner for 1. hiking and 2. trail running (in that order b/c I recently hurt my hip). I have had multiple pairs of Salomons in the past as I won a pair in a race and just kept on wearing them but thought it might be a time for a change. My husband was extremely pleased with his pair (an older version with leather) while backpacking in Denali last summer so I thought I'd give these La Sportivas a try. They were great on my narrow foot in so many ways but unfortunately rode a bit too high and it was evident after only a few short miles on the trail that the outside of my ankles would be extremely unhappy if I kept up with these. So, back in the box they go and probably going to either return to Salomons or give the Patagonia runners a try. Will have to see.
Pros: great tread, light enough, nice stable feel without feeling heavy. Love the covered tongue even though it looks odd as out here in Hawaii the red clay penetrates everything.
Cons: hits too high on the lateral ankle, a bit goofy looking.
If your foot fits La Sportivas, buy this guy without a doubt. If not... maybe consider a little harder since they're not a typical fit.

sarp556751 at Backcountry.com on 06/05/2013

I have mixed feelings about this shoe. Very durable, although I bought it thinking it would be a good trail shoe. Nice stability and support, but this is not a light shoe. I found for trail running its not my style....kind of clunky.I do like to wear it hiking though, it offers a good amount of foot protection and the covered top of the shoe keeps the unwanted rocks and debris out.
Overall glad I bought them, but will try to find a lighter weight trail runner.

Chelsea B at Backcountry.com on 03/19/2013