They are the "Single-Track Hayasa" (http://bit.ly/ZhmLA)9 Perhaps my only gripe is that the soles feel very soft. Great if they will only touch dirt but realistically they will have to traverse some pavement and/or sandstone bluffs (when running up north).
I'm pretty particular about the toe box and these feel really good out-of-the-box. I can only imagine that they'll break in nicely. Another tradeoff may be that the lightweight materials might not be as durable as I'd like. Again, only time will tell.
These shoes are the spiritual successors to my all-time favorite trail running shoes (also TNF): the Cooper's Hill GTX XCR. (http://
bit.ly/12kBj63) I still repair them and use them for snowshoeing. There's never been a shoe that good and I suspect there never will be again (they were made too good. TNF needs to stack bundles and making shoes that last for more than two seasons doesn't help the bottom line).
Short version: The North Face SINGLE-TRACK HAYASA appears to be a great trail shoe. I’ll whine like a little kid that just dropped their ice cream if they prove otherwise.
Shorewood High has two pools. One is historic, and very cool. Though, I do not know if it is open.
Riverside does not have a pool, I do not think.
I hate swimming with the swim team people. Even though I used to be one of them. And in my case, it is 12 year old girls.