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Score Product Price Our Take
79
$180
Editors' Choice Award
A perfectly fitting, comfortable, and very protective shoe that just begs to be worn on long run days
77
$160
Top Pick Award
The best zero-drop trail runner demands no compromises, and has all the features for any type of terrain or distance
76
$130
These shoes offer loads of protection but little in the way of breathability
75
$140
While not the best shoe for mountain running, they are a joy on smooth and flowy trails
75
$120
Best Buy Award
Perfectly tooled for everything from slick rock to loose gravel, these shoes are a great addition to the Peregrine legacy
74
$130
If you've stayed away from La Sportiva running shoes in the past, this model offers an alternative fit to their narrower, low-volume models
74
$145
The best choice you can make if traction durability is a critical concern
74
$139
A precise fitting shoe that translates well into high performance, as long as your feet aren’t too wide
71
$130
More for hard-charging runners than trail dancers, these shoes are built with protection as a top priority
71
$120
Top Pick Award
A comfortable crossover shoe that combines multiple layers of EVA foam to provide a very well cushioned platform
71
$130
Top Pick Award
The first choice if off-trail running is your happy place
70
$149
Comfortable, stable, and bomber, the ultimate recipe for long distance success
68
$120
Best Buy Award
One of the lightest and most comfortable trail running shoes you can find, this zero drop option emphasizes sensitivity over protection
68
$140
Top Pick Award
With a wider landing platform, this thickly padded shoe is more stable than we would expect
66
$145
A burly shoe that combines comfortable and supportive cushioning and foot protection with optimal traction
64
$130
For certain Cinderella's out there, these are the ultimate zero-drop trail runners, but folks with medium to narrow-width feet should stay away
63
$150
If your runs take you down hard-packed double track or pavement, these shoes may serve you well, but they're not a great choice for mountain runners

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