Warmer weather calls for hitting the trails and taking your running off-road. Instead of dodging traffic and dancing through intersections, running trails offers a refreshing escape. But once you decide where you’re heading, you’re going to need the best trail running shoes to do it.
For an optimal experience out on the trails, choose a sneaker that best matches the terrain and type of running you engage in most often. For sloppy trails, you’ll want a knobby outsole. For rocky routes, opt for a model with a sticky rubber outsole. And if you’re running long distances, your feet will thank you for wearing maximally cushioned shoes.