A rugged trail contender that performs expertly on technical terrain, the Mafate returns for its third iteration, featuring a sustainable mesh upper made from recycled polyester. Engineered with KPU molded overlays for protective support, the Mafate Speed 3 is grounded in the same aggressive, dual-density outsole comprised of EVA and rubberised EVA with Vibram® 5mm lugs. Designed with a dynamic, textile tongue for stretchy, foot-hugging comfort, this trail beast is equipped with a breathable, perforated section at the tongue and fortified with H-frame construction at the eyerow for a customised fit. When the trail gets technical, the Mafate Speed 3 steps up to handle what nature puts in your path.
The Mafate Speed 3 features a symmetrical bed of cushion without additional prescriptive technologies. Designed to provide the support you want and nothing you don't.
The Mafate Speed 3 is designed to provide protective cushion while maintaining a responsive toe-off for when you want to go faster.
- Breathable, dynamic sandwich mesh.
- Gusseted tongue prevents migration across the instep.
- Lightweight, compressed EVA midsole provides comfort.
- Vibram® Megagrip hi-traction outsole compound.
- Stability: Neutral.
- Cushion: Balanced.
- Drop: 4 mm.
- Real weight: 267 g (Us w 7).
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