Arriving in a streamlined profile, the System_A Norvan 3L is modeled after Arc’teryx’s Norvan silhouette. Featuring a monochromatic color palette, the black uppers come in an abrasion-resistant Matryx® Micro composition that ensures both flexibility and breathability. It’s equipped with an easy-to-wear slip-on design, the knit collar is integrated with the tongue that hugs the foot without being too snug.
In line with its slick appearance, the shoe is crafted with technical trail running in mind. Outfitted with LITEBASE technology-infused Vibram® Megagrip outsoles, the shoe caters to all genders and is geared for extended usage even in challenging terrains.
Available in a range of sizes, the System_A Norvan SL 3 retails for $200 USD and is currently available via Arc’teryx’s official webstore.
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