INOV8 X-Talon 255


RRP: £120.00
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The X-Talon 255 builds on the reputation of it's predecessor. The improved upper uses a ballistic nylon for increased durability, the rand around the front of the toe offers great protection and structure that we thought was a massive improvement over similar shoes for the terrain.

This shoe also has a roomier fit than most brands, offering a great alternative for runners with wide feet to comfortably run in the worst conditions. The 8mm deep lugs are made with a seriously sticky rubber, allowing you to move from mud to rock with confidence that you still have loads of grip.

Inov8 say this shoe is 'Light and agile', and we definitley agree.

  • Fit Scale 4
  • Drop 3mm
  • Footbed 6mm
  • Lug Depth 8mm
  • Midsole EVA
  • Midsole Stack 8mm / 5mm
  • Shank N/A
  • Sole Compound STICKYGRIP
  • Product Weight 255g / 9oz


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