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For efficient strides on trail and protection from wet conditions.
- OutDry waterproof breathable membrane keeps you dry through wet and muddy conditions and allows foot sweat and moisture to escape
- Unlike more static waterproof breathable membranes, OutDry membranes allow your foot to flex freely for a more natural stride
- FluidPost adaptive and personalized pronation control tech matches the midsole's cushioning and stability to changing terrain underfoot
- Variable fit system features variable width lacing for a custom-like fit and additional medial support
- Gryptonite outsole designed for enhanced traction, agility, and cushioning
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I have been wearing Montrail Trail Running Shoes for over 10 years and have been very happy, but the last two pairs have shown shoddy workmanship and I am afraid they have lost me as a customer. The Badrock OutDry had a 70 mm height in the outside ankle area on the left shoe and a 60 mm height on the right shoe - really bad craftsmanship. The sole is well designed with super traction and the Outdry is an amazing warm and dry fabric, but if Montrail doesn't improve their quality of assembly, it is all for naught.
Great trail Hiker
Designed as a trail runner these have a really a nice foot bed with decent tread. What I like about them is they are super comfortable with a lot of padding around the ankle and tongue. There is a lot of cushion in these. The Outdry breaths better than the traditional GTX. There is a lot of flex in the metatarsal footbed and the toe box has ample space for toe flex. This model is not as built up as the Salomon Xa Pro Ultra GTX and is about the same weight. Other than that the shoe is a little to heavy for me to trail run so I use it as a fast-packer. My minimal trail shoes are half the weight as these so it does not pay to lift twice the weight when running, but these give you more cushion for carrying a substantial amount of weight.