We don't know how to properly pronounce "Kjerag" either, we just know it stands for one of the fastest-feeling shoes on the planet. When super-human Kilian Jornet set out to create NNormal's Kjerag race shoe, we knew it was going to be epic. Everything in this guy's life is about going fast, we can only assume he has racked up plenty of speeding tickets all over Europe. An obsession with trail running has now turned into a passion for footwear and we are all the lucky recipients of his hard-earned knowledge. NNormal's Kjerag shoe is a lightweight yet durable option for anyone who wants to tackle trails around the neighborhood or around the world. Speaking of this beautiful world, NNormal is committed to minimizing its impact throughout the process of making its products. High-quality materials abound starting with the Matryx upper that is part Kevlar for abrasion resistance and high durability. The undercarriage features a Vibram Megagrip outsole that uses Vibram's Litebase material to significantly drop some weight. An EExpure midsole is the real gem here, maximizing protection, cushion, and rebound all in one material. From a VK to a 10k day, NNormal's Kjerag might just replace your entire closet of shoes.
- Vibram Megagrip outsole with Litebase construction gives traction in all directions in a lightweight package.
- Matryx upper is highly abrasion resistant to keep you in these shoes for a very long time.
- EExpure midsole offers cushion and protection and may even help prevent blisters.
- NNormal is committed to minimizing its impact on our environment by selecting materials and processes that support this goal.
- The Kjerag does not come with insoles.
SkyRun Fit Tip - We suggest sizing down in the Kjerag by one-half US size for the proper fit.
|Weight (pair)||488g [10.0]|
|Last||Medium / Wide|
|Usage||Race day, ultra-marathons, distance training|
|Notes||Highly durable for a race shoe|
|Bottom Line||Lightweight option for race day in any terrain|
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Questions & Reviews
What NNormal Kjerag size would you recommend? I would want these shoes to be comfortable for 50k to 100k distances. All examples given above are reasonably comfortable for 50k but perhaps would be too tight for 100k (with the exception of Hoka).
I asked a few other people and they mentioned that Kjerag was true to size, but the suggestion above on this site is to go half size down.
I recommend sizing the same as your La Sportiva Euro size for a distance shoe fit. I wear a 44 La Sportiva Mutant as my distance shoe and found that the Kjerag fit similarly.
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