THE IDEAL WATERPROOFING SYSTEM FOR TRAIL RUNNING
POWERED BY OUTDRY
A waterproofing system for footwear that is lightweight, comfortable and durable. The OutDry system offers these features under all weather conditions:
Rain: stay dry and lightweight
Snow: stay dry, lightweight and be protected from cold
Dry conditions: dissipates sweat
Main characteristics of a racing shoe with the OutDry waterproof syste:
- WATERPROOFNESS: thanks to a waterproof breathable membrane applied directly to footwear uppers which doesn’t allow water to get in.
- LIGHTWEIGHT: because water cannot penetrate through the outer shell, grit, sand, mud and water will not collect and stagnate between the outer upper and the lining. Meaning you no longer need to carry this excess weight around your feet during "long-distance" races. Moreover the OutDry system insures that the upper material absorbs less water and dries much faster.
- BREATHABILITY & THERMAL COMFORT: thanks to a much larger volume of dry air between the foot and the waterproof barrier.
- PERFECT FIT: thanks to an ultra-thin membrane. There are no folds, no seams, and no seam-sealing tape. This eliminates potential points of friction with the foot.
In the mountain races, with many paths at altitude, weather conditions can be very difficult (night, wind, cold, rain or snow), requiring special equipment. The OutDry technology is the best system for the trail runner who is anxious to have the best possible protection against the weather.
Some technical data regarding OutDry technology performances
1. Comparison test between a footwear using a standard bootie waterproofing system (sample 1) and OutDry (sample 2) measuring the weight gain after 48h in a suspended sand/mud solution.
Test made at SATRA Laboratory following TM446 standard – April 2016
2. Comparison test between footwear using a standard bootie waterproofing system (sample A) and OutDry (sample B) measuring the thermal comfort after 10 minutes in water centrifuged (equivalent to one day under rain).
Test made at SATRA Laboratory following TM436 standard – April 2012
For further information on OutDry technology, visit our website www.outdry.com