Men's | Trail
Combining the lightness of a running shoe with the rugged durability of a trail shoe, the Terraventure 2 features a 2-density injected EVA midsole on a rugged Vibram® outsole. Deeper, more generously spaced lugs improve underfoot traction in mud and slush and a flexible forefoot rock plate adds protection against rocks and roots. With a fully gusseted tongue, the durable mesh and PU printed upper now features drainage ports for water release and quicker drying. A 5mm anti-microbial Ortholite® footbed resists compression set and odor and our uniquely fitted gaiter attachment makes it compatible with our stretch nylon Topo gaiter (optional and sold separately).
Anatomical toe box allows toes to spread naturally and comfortably.
For a '2nd Skin' fit and feel.
Flexible ESS rock plate protects against stone bruising caused by sharp rocks and roots.
Our mid-level drop provides a near neutral platform for a more natural running experience.
Unparalleled grip and traction and durability from the leaders in technical outsoles.
Comfortable, anti-compression footbed with anti-microbial properties.
Very pleased with the Terraventure 2. Supportive though roomy in the toe box, like the other Topos I've owned. My favorite has been the Runventure 2 - this is similar, but feels more substantial and more firm. I'll be using these for the rougher trails, and perhaps for hiking. Another great addition to the Topo line.
I really liked the first version of the Terraventure. However, the Terraventure 2 fixed the two areas I wanted the most. Namely, better lugs for shedding mud and a better heal fit. They removed the guide in the heal and made it more uniform. I freaking love these, even ordered another pair to stock up. The upper is also improved with the added gator holes and drainage. Honestly these are one of the best.
by Kyle R
Took these right out of the box onto some rugged and muddy trails. The grip was solid and they drained pretty quickly. The rock plate was helpful during the more technical sections.
by Barry Lundquest
Queen Creek Running Company gave told me about this shoe with a wide toe and comfortable sole. I got it and ran about four trail runs and they feel great. I highly recommend them to trail runners who like wide toed shoes.
I have tried on many topo shoes including the terraventure2 before ordering a pair and liked the way they fit, the miderate arch, wide toe and soles. But when I bought it online from a retailer and tried them on, they seemed like a full size shorter where my toes hit the toe box which got tighter when putting weight on the shoe and worse rising up on the toes. Verified it had the correct size I ordered on the shoes.
Also quickly noticed the heel area on both shoes were severely crooked and uneven. Had to return them obviously.
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Terrific trail running shoe. I am in love with this shoe. My feet are pretty beat up from 24 years in the US Army serving in Special Operations Units. I am 64 years old and just getting back into competitive running. Well cushioned but still responsive to the trail. Extremely comfortable on rough terrain or over long distance. Great toe box and outsole. I will be racing this shoe around the western US this summer. Glad I gave Topo's a try and can't see trail running in any other brand. Can't wait to get my hands on the Mountain Racer.
by Steven T
Over 200 trail miles here in the rocky and technical trails of Tucson, I am loving these shoes! Durability of the outsole continues to impress after tearing up LaSportiva Mutants under 100mi and Altra Lone Peaks in 200mi. Our trails are rocky, spiky, technical, steep, and loose and this time of year we have water crossings. My last Race had no less than 10 crossings and the new ports worked great to keep my feet dry and blister-free. The fit of the TV2 upper is snug with room for my toes to spread out and my heel is locked in. The soles grip slickrock, dirt, and scree very well... especially for cornering. It's also starting to get hot here and I can already feel the breathability with air coming through the uppers in the toe box. Cushioning is spot on for a 5k to 50k trail run. Haven't done anything longer this early in the season. I still love the TV 1st Gen, but the TV2 is a different shoe in all the right ways!