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Arc’Teryx Announces Its First Solo Footwear Release

Arc'teryx introduces a trio of shoes build for the rigors of trail and mountain running.


Arc’teryx, the renowned name in outdoor gear, is stepping into new territory with its first-ever in-house footwear lineup. Breaking away from previous collaborations, the brand unveils the Arc’teryx Kragg, Vertex Alpine, and Sylan models, each primed for mountain adventures. Leading the charge is the Arc’teryx Kragg, a slip-on designed with climbers in mind, featuring a Vibram Megagrip outsole and Spacer Mesh uppers for unparalleled comfort and convenience. Meanwhile, the Vertex Alpine combines hiking shoe traction with lightweight runner versatility, boasting Cordura uppers and Vibram XS Flash 2 outsoles. For those seeking extra protection, both the Sylan and Vertex Alpine offer GORE-TEX linings.

In the realm of outdoor running, the Arc’teryx Sylan emerges as a standout, featuring a dual-density midsole and Vibram Megagrip outsole for superior grip on rugged terrain. Its rocker-style shape ensures a natural stride, blending running performance with climbing support seamlessly. With a focus on innovation and functionality, Arc’teryx’s foray into footwear signals a promising venture for outdoor enthusiasts. The collection, set to release just in time for spring, offers a range of options priced between $160 and $230, with GORE-TEX versions available for added protection against the elements. Get ready to elevate your outdoor experience with Arc’teryx’s latest offerings.

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