Our Shoes

Horizon RB9X

Our Shoes

Horizon RB9X

A step out onto the trail

Horizon RB9X is our entry-level trail shoe, designed to suit those who want to start running on dirt roads or trails. Horizon is well-cushioned, soft, and comfortable. It has an airy upper part and is well-suited for less complex trails. But, if you want to take a trip out on the narrower paths, Horizon is up to the task.

This light and comfortable shoe also works well for brisk walks in the woods and fields. 

The outsole is outfitted with the market's best non-studded grip: Icebug's RB9X rubber. RB9X outsoles give you a secure grip on both wet and dry surfaces. 

Shoes should not fly

Icebug has not flown home a single pair of shoes from the factory this spring. We haven't done it in six years, and we don't intend to in the future. If we chose air transport, we would double the CO2 emissions of each pair of shoes. 

Made of recycled materials

We at Icebug make shoes with the least possible climate impact, and the Horizon RB9X is no exception. The upper is made from 100% recycled PET bottles. The RB9X outsole contains 15% recycled rubber. In the midsole, you will find BLOOM® foam, a material made from recycled algae, restoring ecosystems and cleaning water and air. By using algae instead of oil, we reduce our climate footprint while purifying water. It’s a win-win! 

  • RB9X rubber for great grip in both wet and dry conditions 

  • Water-repellent upper 

  • Spacious toe box 

  • Full cushioning


12% bio based materials

28% recycled materials

9 kg CO2 eqv. per pair

We use our business to do good

At Icebug, we’re committed to making better shoes that help you get out every day – no matter the conditions. Also, we have decided to change our industry by taking responsibility for our footprint. Our goal is to make footwear with great durability, low CO2 emissions and respect for people and planet. Part of the money that you invest in us, we give back to the planet by donating to organizations that, for instance, work to preserve old-growth forests.