Asics Gel Trabuco 12 2024

Gel-Trabucco 12: Add great protection to every trail run

The GEL-TRABUCO™ 12 trail running shoe combines protection and comfort for a grounded trail run. It's a great all-round trail running shoe and is designed so you can explore the trails without holding back. And thanks to its extra cushioning, you'll do so in comfort. The shoe's FF BLAST™ foam ensures you experience comfortable landings, and its ASICSGRIP™ outsole provides extra grip during varying weather conditions. Plus, its rock protection plate helps shield your feet from the rocks and rugged terrain. This shoe is designed with your protection and comfort in mind - Asics has spent hours testing it at our Institute of Sports Science (ISS) in Japan. The GEL-TRABUCO™ 12 trail running shoe includes additional technical features to support you during your runs.


  • Integrated FF BLAST™ foam midsole for extra comfort and a soft landing to reduce the impact on your joints
  • ASICSGRIP™ outsole for extra grip during wet or dry conditions on your trails
  • Rock protection plate helps shield your feet from the rocks and rugged terrain
  • FF BLAST foam: Provides lightweight, premium cushioning for added comfort
  • Rock protection plate: Features a flexible design that helps shield feet from rocks and rugged terrain
  • Adaptive guidance system: Helps create a more stable running experience on varying terrain
  • Small reflective details: Helps improve visibility during low-light conditions
  • ASICSGRIP outsole rubber: Helps runners experience better traction and durability, specifically on wet and dry trail surfaces
  • Rearfoot GEL technology: Improves softness and shock absorption to reduce impact
  • Technical mesh upper: Improves breathability to keep feet cool
  • Lace holder: Helps keep the laces from coming untied
  • At least 50% of its primary upper consists of recycled materials
  • Vegan Friendly
  • Designed with the environment in mind
  • Real weight: 317 g (US 9,5)

Designed For Neutral pronation

  • Foot Type: Normal size arches
  • Push Off: There is even distribution from the front of the foot
  • How your foot contacts the ground: The foot lands on outside of the heel, then rolls inward (pronates) to absorb shock and support body weight