Introducing the NNormal Tomir. The second shoe released from the new running brand founded by famed ultra runner Killian Jornet (the first being the Kjerag). Named after a mountain located on the Spanish island of Mallorca. The Tomir is a stylish active shoe designed for trail running and hiking. With the initial release being offered in limited color options. And coming in three different models. The standard, waterproof, and waterproof boots. Here is everything we know about the NNormal Tomir so far!
Introducing the NNormal Tomir Trail Running & Hiking Shoe
Regular – $165 Click Here
Waterproof – $175 Click Here
Waterproof Boots – $185 Click Here
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Weight: Not Listed
Stack: 31mm / 23mm
Lug Size: 5mm
- Vibrum Megagrip soles.
- Vibrum Lightbase outsole.
- 5mm Lugs.
- Monofilament polyester and TPE blend upper.
- EVA foam midsole.
- Waterproof models are 100% waterproof and 100% windproof.
- Waterproof models features a waterproof membrane with a 40k rating.
- The waterproof membrane is 100% climate neutral, 100% recyclable, PTFE and PFC-free, and bluesign® certified.
NNormal Tomir Overview
From one of the biggest names in ultra running, comes one of the newest brands to the sport. When Killian Jornet announced his new brand NNormal. There were a lot of questions about what type of shoes and gear they would be releasing. And when it would be coming to the market. Making the list for this initial launch is the NNormal Tomir . A trail running and hiking shoe design to be fashionable and functional.
Released in three different models, original, waterproof, and waterproof boots. They all feature the same aggressive 31mm / 23mm stack. Giving the Tomir an 8mm drop for a fast and cushioned stance. While sitting on aggressive 5mm lugs. And they have added a good amount of rear crash pad to make those downhills a lot more comfortable. In its initial release the brand has released two colors for each model. But I can imagine more coming out if the model catches on.
The waterproofing membrane in the waterproof models claims to be water and wind resistant. And it is perfect for those living in colder climates where you sweat less and might find snow on the trail. I think the boot takes this to the next level. Providing higher protection while being geared more for hiking than trail running.
NNormal Tomir Running Shoe Color Options
Tomir Waterproof Color Options
Waterproof Boot Color Options
I feel like introducing the NNormal Tomir was a strong move by the brand. Having never had the opportunity to test them, my first impressions are based on looks and specs. And look wise the brand delivered a good looking shoe for casual hiking and running. With a stylish look and all the features most runners could want. Although, for me white color options is never a color I want for the mountains.
The waterproof model is very intriguing to me. Waterproof shoes don’t represent a very large market in the US. So it will be interesting to see if they continue to carry the line long term. Especially considering it’s a feature on two of the three Tomir models.
As always, if you have a chance to test the NNormal Tomir before me. Please let me know your thoughts in the comments below!