La Sportiva Mens Footwear Bushido Mountain Running Shoes L6L3O

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La Sportiva Mens Footwear Bushido Mountain Running Shoes L6L3O

Created for the world of skyrunning competitions, a super lightweight, sticky and aggressive running shoe for all off-road terrain.

The La Sportiva Bushido gives you the performance, cushioning and stability you need when you're running over technical terrain.

Neutral and lightweight, it provides added stability over stones, roots and branches on the trail - its "STB Control" construction utilises a TPU frame that wraps under foot to give you the maximum stability and responsiveness, and reduce overall weight.

The shoe provides maximum support, containment of the middle of the foot and freedom of movement at the toe - internal slip-on construction fits like a sock without causing excessive pressure - it gives a snug fit, but won't constrict your foot. The outsole lugs have rounded edges and wrap over the midsole for added traction and enhanced stability on off-camber terrain.

Thermo-adhesive microfibre reinforcements protect against rubbing and abrasion, while reinforced lacing creates an equal partition of tension during training runs.



Uppers: Breathable Air Mesh + thermal adhesive micro fibre; High Frequency Welded Ripstop
Lining: Mesh + no sweat lateral mesh inserts + stretch Air Mesh tongue
Midsole: Compressed EVA + Rock-Guard insert in dual density EVA on the forefoot
Footbed: 4mm Ortholite Mountain Running Ergonomic.
Sole: Dual mix FriXion XT* + Impact Brake System** and lugs for attaching spikes
Last: Racing Lite Ergo
Drop: (MM): Heel: 19mm / Toe: 13mm / Drop: 6mm
Weight: 610 g (pair of size 42)



*FriXion® — a sticky climbing rubber formula that can be injection moulded to make lugged outsoles or die cut from extruded sheets.
** Impact Brake System (I.B.S.) — the outsole lugs are oriented in opposing slanted directions, increasing braking power by an average of 20% and decreasing impact forces by an average of 20%.