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Arc'teryx launches one of its lightest trail running shoes to date with the Norvan SL 2

The new model uses Vibram Litebase technology.
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Arc'teryx Norvan SL 2

Arc'teryx has cut down the weight of its Norvan with the SL 2 model that is the lightest trail running shoe from the company to date. The new model features a durable and hydrophobic TPU mesh upper that can collapse for easier packability. Its biggest feature is the use of Vibram's Litebase technology that helps shed the grams with its Litebase outsole and it also uses a MegaGrip rubber compound for enhanced traction on the trail. 


$160, arcteryx.com

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