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It won't give you invisibility, but it will keep you light on your feet.
Through collaboration with some of the world's best mountain runners, Dynafit created its line of close-fitting running shoes, and at the core of this line is its lightest trail runner, the Men's MS Feline Ghost Running Shoe. At just a touch over nine ounces, the Ghost feels light on your foot so you can be quick on your toes in nasty terrain. Special attention was paid to the fit, and as a result, you'll immediately feel the difference between the way that this shoe adapts to the curves of your foot in all the places that any other shoe would force your foot to do the adapting. With an aggressive outsole, cushioning, and ample support, this is a shoe for rocky steeplechase races on the trail or long-distance training hauls into the mountains.
- Seamless mesh upper and mesh lining allow ample breathability and moisture expulsion to reduce blisters
- Athletic fit matches your foot's shape by hugging your heel and midfoot and allowing a little room in the toe
- Multi Pad Midsole cushions and stabilizes your stomps on rocky trails
- Ballistic bumper increases durability over rough mountain trails and reduces impact on toes
- Rocky Tread outsole features material mix that strategically grips the mud, sand, or slick rock while running uphill or down
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Great shoe overall, careful of fit
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
I wear a size 12 in most shoes, sometimes 11.5 in dress shoes. The size 12 worked really well for me in this shoe. I was very impressed by the way it fit tightly on the sides of my feet providing me with great lateral stability. I think I have a little bit narrower foot than is normal for a size 12 and so this was perfect for me.
I took these shoes on a trip to Korea in the winter and whether I wore my thick hiking socks or my normal socks, I stayed toasty and dry in the snows of the local trails. There were times that I got snow on my socks but the fit was tight enough that nothing really got into the shoes. Also any moisture from the wet snow quickly evaporated thanks to the design of the side vents.
The grip on these is fantastic and I can see having them for quite a while. I also really liked the look of them which is important to me when I travel and don't have a lot of room to pack functional but ugly shoes.
The one downside I will say on this is that I would have preferred an ever so slightly larger toe box but any problems I had in that respect were from running downhill in them when I had not properly tightened the laces. If I laced them up tight then they were great for even downhill running but that would make them uncomfortable if you were to sit still in them for too long and forget to loosen them up.
Dynafit delivers the fast.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
Great shoe, stiff where you want it to be, soft where it needs to be. After running in very minimal shoes for the better part of three years I wanted something that would be comfortable in high mountain scrambling and 14'er assault/trail running and this is it. Had to size up from new balance 9.5 to a Dynafit 10.
I was very surprised at the amount of " feel" this shoe offers, the variable midsole lets you know right where your foot is- but is stiff enough to absorb the rocks and tumble.
The good- great feel, super responsive and lightweight, durability- the shoe is surrounded by a tough bumper that protects the upper and seems to be a bit waterproof.
The bad- Very stiff at the start, narrow toe box.
Finally- this shoe is equally at home running gravel roads or fast hiking rock scrambles. If you have wide feet, it may help to size up. I've said it fits " true to size," because in euro I fit my normal size( and should have known better" but in N.A. size I'm up one.)