2010 Model No Longer Available
TrekSta Sidewinder Shoe - Men's - 2010 BCS
If the thought of clunky winter boots makes you want to throw up a little bit in your mouth, then try the TrekSta Sidewinder Shoe for your next winter trail run or fast-paced day hike . The IceLock pads improve traction on icy and snowy trails.
- IceLock pads improves traction on ice HyperGrip sole is light, strong, and extremely wear resistant for a longer life
- BOA lace up system makes it easy to tighten and loosen the Sidewinder quickly
- Lightweight EVA midsole is comfortable and flexible
- TPU shank protects feet against shock and is supportive of your arch
- Synthetic snakeskin toe cap protects your toes from snow and ice chunks when you are on the move
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December 18, 2011
Sizing was very accurate for me. The shoes look better to me in real life than they do in the photos as they're just a little bit darker to me.
The Boa lacing system is fast to apply, fast to disengage/remove and is super easy to adjust.
This is my second pair of Treksta's and I find the sidewinder to be comfortable for me as well even though my feet are flat.
I'm impressed and I'm glad I bought them!
I bought these off of SAC and just received them, they seem like killer shoes. On the tag it mentions that an extra BOA lace, some type of special tool and instructions to change the lace are included. None of these were in the box.
Can BC.com send me that stuff? Is it actually included with the shoes or was this a misprint?
January 5, 2011
January 24, 2011
I ordered these and tried them for a few hours on carpet in my house. They did not live up to what I expected so I am returning them. The shoe looked great and felt OK but the heel was what I term "squishy" in that it had a lot of give and no support. Even with that I probably would have kept them if it had not been for the BOA lacing system.
My foot is wide and I can normally compensate for that by leaving the laces a little loser at the bottom and using normal tightness at the top. With this lacing system it is the BOA way ONLY. While this system may work for the perfectly shaped and proportioned foot, it will not work otherwise.
In summary, the shoe was OK itself but the BOA lacing system is something I will never buy again. It is a deal killer for me.