Xero Shoes Mesa Trail II. The shoe that takes you to places where wifi doesn't reach.
You're surrounded by waves. At work, at home, even in parks.
You can't live without them. Or can you?
When you wear the Xero Shoes Mesa Trail you'll feel like you're flying over the terrain. Reaching areas you thought were difficult. Where even the coverage doesn't reach.
Never before have you worn such light shoes on your feet to move through this terrain.
How does it do it?
By bringing out the full potential of your feet.
By making them adapt to every terrain shape, strengthening your feet, ankles, legs and hips.
Everything will work as a whole. Just as they were designed.
No more relying on soft cushioning, lifts, gussets and narrow lasts that:
- Squeeze your toes and cause chafing.
- Weaken your feet and ankles by not letting them move freely.
- Change your center of gravity, making you more likely to fall and sprain.
The Mesa Trail II gives you the opposite:
- Wide toebox: so your toes have room to spread out and give you stability with every step. Thus avoiding the formation of painful bunions.
- Total freedom and flexibility: with no buttresses or rigid parts, your feet and ankles will be able to move in any direction like a second skin. Keeping them strong and avoiding chafing.
Flat (0 drop): as there is no elevation in the heel, you will always have the center of gravity where you have it "as standard". This makes your movements more fluid and frees your Achilles tendon. This way you will use its accumulated elastic energy to help you take each stride. This makes you much more efficient and less fatigued.
The Mesa Trail II's mesh is like having the windows of your home wide open.
This breathable mesh ensures a continuous flow of air through the Mesa Trail, making your feet breathe and stay cool as you move.
But you'll also be protected.
The combination of huarache-inspired side straps and reinforced toe cap give the shoe structure and just the right amount of protection from the elements.
Plus increased visibility.
The bands are reflective, so vehicles will see you if you're moving on trails or near roads when there's little light in the environment.
With a sole that puts your feet in 4x4 mode.
Even though you only have 2 feet, the Mesa Trail will feel like you have 4 feet.
Its 3.5mm lugs are arranged in 2 directions. Giving you traction on climbs as well as climbs and turns.
The good thing about the lugs not being so long is that it allows you to use them sporadically in urban environments as well. Making you feel like you're wearing a street shoe.
So you won't have to go home if you don't want to after going to the mountain and go directly to that date with friends.
To find out your size, the right thing to do is to measure your foot and use the button "My size".
And if you don't get the first one right, the second one.
The system for changing your size is simple, fast and free if you activate the exchange insurance for 1.99 euros (valid for Spain and Portugal).
For more information on fitting, read this link.