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The Merrell Men's Sonic Glove Shoe is a barefoot running shoe created to move in sync with your natural stride over any terrain. Made with a microfiber, breathable air mesh upper and the Merrell Omni-Fit lacing system secured with welded TPU, the Sonic Glove running shoe will provide a precise, barefoot-like feel that will fit like a glove. For the footbed on these men's barefoot shoes, your feet are kept safe with the fused rubber toe bumper for durability, a synthetic leather rear foot cling to provide stability, and the flexible plate in the forefoot will eliminate pain and bruising. Also treated with Aegis antimicrobial solution, odor will never plague you again, even after the longest of treks. Merrell adds plenty of top notch features in the Men's Sonic Glove, including 4mm compression molded EVA midsole cushions, 1mm forefoot shock absorption plate for flexibility, protection, and pressure distribution, and a zero ball to heel drop to keep your feet feeling barefoot and connected to the terrain. The minimalist design and top notch quality of the Merrell Men's Sonic Glove Shoe will provide you with the ultimate barefoot running experience, and after your first wear, you will never want to go back.
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Note: This product comes NEW and in un-used condition, but, may not come in the original manufacturers packaging.
For the minimalist and naturalist in you, lace up the Sonic Glove Trail Running Shoe from Merrell and feel your ancestral roots while barefoot training. The compression molded EVA midsole cushion and forefoot shock absorption plate keep you comfortable while the softshell upper molds to your foot, pulling vapor away to keep you dry.
Move in sync with your natural stride over any terrain you choose wearing our supple Sonic Glove barefoot training shoe. A breathable, flexible softshell upper molds to your foot while pulling moisture out to keep it dry. The Vibram® sole and minimal cushioning underfoot give you close-to-the-ground protection and traction for unlimited access to any adventure.
• Men’s Weight: 6.5 ozs (1/2 pair)
|Construction:||1mm forefoot shock plate|
|Footbed:||Microfiber footbed treated with Aegis® antimicrobial solution resists odor|
|Forefoot:||1 mm forefoot shock absorbtion plate maintains forefoot flexibility and protects the foot by distributing pressure|
|Heel:||0mm ball to heel drop keeps you connected to your terrain|
|Lacing System:||Merrell Omni-Fit™ lacing System provides a precise, glovelike fit|
|Men’s Weight:||6.5 ozs (1/2 pair)|
|Outsole:||Vibram® Trail Glove Sole/Rubber Compound TC-1|
|Recommended Use:||minimalist running|
|Sole:||Vibram Trail Glove|
|Upper:||Textile upper, Vegan friendly footwear|
|Upper Material:||textile mesh|
|Weight:||6.5 oz (1/2 pair)|
|Merrell Barefoot Sonic Glove Lace-Up Shoe||$124.99|
|Merrell Sonic Socks||$6.00|
|Merrell Sonic Glove Barefoot Shoes Black Gradient||$84.98|
These are my second pair of Merrell gloves. I got them to have an alternate as my 8-month-old Trail Gloves are starting to wear out. Overall, I think I will love these as much as my Trail Gloves, but Ive been surprised by a couple of things.
1. They stretch and change shape significantly with time. Out of the box they seemed much narrower than my Trail Gloves, but they have been stretching out.
2. The sole becomes much more flexible with wear. Again, I was shocked at how stiff the new sole was compared to my well-worn Trail Gloves, but it has been softening up.
Finally, I was also hoping they would be more breathable than the Trail Glove, but this doesnt seem to be the case. From a practical perspective, I dont think they are very similar to the trail glove.
I use these to help strengthen my minor muscles to aid me in long distance running. They really help you learn to run with better posture and less injury once you are able to get past the leanring curve of runnign in minimalist shoes....patience in your progress by starting with small runs and walking around town in them. Your form will change....and then you will change.
Eventually I want to get more into the barefoot running, but for now these will help my feet adapt to the new feelings. Super comfy!!!