GearBite: the Haglöfs Trail Fuse GT hiking shoe

Good traction means that a walking shoe gives your effort an optimal return. You also want a smooth pace in addition to grip. The new Haglofs Trail Fuse GT has the best of both worlds: good grip and optimal stowage so you can run smoothly. This is due to the smart profile of the rubber outsole with AHARPLUS on the heel and the light weight of the shoe. Ideal for walking tours through nature, but also very suitable for city trips.

Haglöfs Trail Fuse GT Men


The walking shoe is equipped with the new Gore-Tex Extended Comfort membrane: waterproof and well ventilated. Even in warmer temperatures it offers protection against moisture and reduces the accumulation of sweat. The shoe has a breathable mesh upper, with extra reinforcement to protect your feet from obstacles in the field.

The supportive midsole with Asics GEL ™ technology provides ultimate comfort and shock absorption on any surface. It protects your feet from impact and allows you to move easily over uneven terrain. The lightweight EVA midsole with gel heel provides extra comfort and cushioning.

Haglöfs Trail Fuse GT Women


The Haglöfs Trail Fuse GT is available in a ladies and gentleman’s version. Men: Black-Orange, ladies: Black-Mineral. Consumer advice price € 99.95. For more information, go to

Hayco Volkers
Hayco Volkers
I have practiced a multitude of sports since my youth to the present. My first sports as a child were judo and athletics. Cycling, hiking, mountain biking, kyokushin karate, diving, baseball, golf and windsurfing, rowing and krav maga were added later.

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