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Dkrainwater.com Adds the Lafuma Lady OS 26 Mesh Trail Shoe To The New Ladie’s Shoe Collection

Posted on: February 16, 2009

Available at dkrainwater.com

Available at dkrainwater.com

Designed in conjunction with a team of professional trailers, these Lafuma Lady OS 26 Mesh Trail Shoes bring technology and innovation to your performance. To enable a comfortable and light-weight fit, the uppers are made of mesh and synthetic materials, and the innovative rubber soles ensure a competitive grip, regardless of the weather conditions. Crafted to promote control and accuracy, these Lafomas bring cutting-edge developments to the world of trail shoes.

Product Description
Lafuma designed the Womens OS 26 Mesh Shoe for fast, light trail and road runs. Lightweight, breathable, and supportive, these trail runners pamper your feet so you can focus on logging miles. Lafuma added hydrophobic heel and tongue foam to increase water repellency and quicken drying time and lined the heel and tongue with mesh to let your hooves breathe while you mountain-goat around. The OS 26 Shoes tempo lasts help counter off-balance foot placements, and the triple-density Trailshock midsoles support and cushion while you run.

For this ladie’s shoe and others please visit http://dkrainwater.com/main/page_ladies_shoes.html

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