We review here the Treksta Mens Evolution Mid GTX shoes. The company's big claim for these is that they use a rather different last from the industry 'norm,' much more in the shape of a real foot, and which they call 'NestFIT.' In fact, we found that the width seemed to be a genuine 4E, so they fit us all. In addition, the shoes have what they term a 'rocker' sole: instead of the traditional flat shoe bottom they are built to have a deliberate curve to the sole. This is not a new idea, and it is meant to aid in walking.
Treksta Evolution Mid GTX: 445 g (15.7 oz), US$140
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