We’ve searched high and low to find some of the best Black Friday deals on trail runners that we’ve reviewed over the past year. This means you know that we’re pointing out good deals on brilliant products tried and tested by our team of experts.
As you navigate the Black Friday shopping landscape, rest assured that our featured trail runners aren’t just about savings—they’re about investing in top-notch gear with a proven track record. And if you’re hungry for more Black Friday content, explore our curated selections for the Best Black Friday Deals from Craghoppers or Blacks. Your ultimate shopping guide for Black Friday is here, offering not just savings but a guarantee of quality tested by experts.
£135 | £94.50 | Save 30% at Altra
The Altra Lone Peak 7 won our award for the best trail shoe in our annual TGO awards. Currently this brilliant trail runner is on sale at Altra for 30% off.
Here’s what our gear experts had to say about it when tested earlier this year.
“I’ve used several versions of the Altra on long walks and they’ve been superb,” said head judge Chris Townsend in The Great Outdoors Awards. “It’s the best footwear for long-distance multi-week walks that I’ve worn.”
The Norvan LD3 is another shoe that appeared in our guide to the best trail running shoes. During Black Friday this shoe is on sale at Arc’teryx for 30% off its usual RRP.
Here’s what our tester’s thought of the Norvan:
The Norvan LD 3 is a quietly competent generalist. The fit is true to size, with a wide forefoot that allows for swelling in the toes, and a high, narrow heel cup that keeps the foot secure and supported. There’s less stiffness at the ankle in this version, too, which is easier on bony ankles in a deeply cupped shoe.
£145 | £73 available at Inov-8
The Roclite G 315 GTX V2 for men is currently on sale at Inov-8
Here’s what our reviewers had to say about it earlier in the year
The inov-8 G315 is one of the best all-round performers I’ve ever tested. The outsole, with its deeper lugs, gives great traction, whilst a slimmer sole offers good ground-feel and ankle stability. There is less cushioning than other shoes on test and this could leave your feet weary if you have miles of hard-packed trails to cover. They are ideal for outings where there is a mix of walking and running on softer and rougher terrain.