The trail running shoes have protective soles, able to absorb the strongest shocks, and a reinforced toecap to protect the big toe and the other fingers in case of impact with obstacles that on uneven ground are the order of the day. The sole of trail running shoes is designed to have as much grip as possible, through grooves that allow you to climb every surface and do not slip in wet sections. The upper of trail shoes is often waterproof and protects the foot from mud, rain and snow. Often breathable and waterproof fabrics such as Gore Tex are used. All these tricks make trail running shoes a little heavier than ordinary running shoes. After all, those who love rough roads know how important versatile and safe shoes are.