Top Fall 2016 Looks From Outdoor Retailer Winter Market

Saucony Razor Ice
Saucony Razor Ice.
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Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in Salt Lake City is underway, with the top brands in the industry showcasing fall ’16 offerings. Brands displayed looks from casual to functional, trail runners to light hikers and more. Check out some of the best looks brands have to offer for the season.

Brooks Mazama, Glycerin 14 and Ghost 9

The running brand is set to debut a new trail runner, the Mazama, and release the newest editions to its popular Glycerin and Ghost franchises, the Glycerin 14 and Ghost 9. The Mazama, a responsive shoe built for a fast run on the trail, will retail for $140 and hit stores in October. The Glycerin 14, arriving in June with a retail price of $160, features an upper that boasts 3D stretch print using silicone ink that creates a dynamic structure to the shoe. The Ghost 9 will hit stores in July and retail for $120. It features a crash pad throughout the shoe and less stitching than past iterations.

Brooks Mazama Brooks Mazama for women and men. Peter Verry
Brooks Glycerin 14 Brooks Glycerin 14. Peter Verry
Brooks Ghost 9 Brooks Ghost 9. Peter Verry

Adidas Outdoor Terrex Trailmaker

This trail runner from Adidas Outdoor will come in iterations with and without Gore-Tex, retailing for $140 and $115, respectively. The shoe features Continental rubber soles, a speed lacing system, and an Adiprene midsole. It arrives in stores in August.

Adidas Terrex Trailmaker Adidas Terrex Trailmaker. Peter Verry

Pajar Canada Abby

The latest women’s offering from the brand up north is made for the tough weather outdoors but boasts a removable liner that can be worn inside. The liners are fashionable and functional, featuring vintage Canadian prints. The Abby retails for $220.

Pajar Canada Abby Pajar Canada Abby. Peter Verry

Sperry’s CVO, Cold Bay and Powder Valley

Paul Sperry Fall Collection

Three styles from the Paul Sperry Fall Collection.

The Paul Sperry Collection features fall and winter ready shoes, with the low cut CVO for men and women (a June release), mid cut Cold Bay for men (a September release), and the Powder Valley for women (an August release) standing out. The shoes retail for $75, $180 and $180, respectively.

Saucony Razor

The trail runner is the brand’s most aggressive look for the season, featuring an upper that extends well above the ankle to deflect debris. Aside from noticeable elements, the shoe is built for the rugged terrain, featuring Vibram Arctic Grip, the same midsole as the Peregrine, and its TPU-based polymer Everun in the heel. The shoe will retail for $180 and arrives in September.

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