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Perpetual motion.

If you're in the market for road and trail hybrid trainer that can stand up to the elements and go anywhere at the drop of a hat, the advantages of the Montrail Women's Fairhaven OutDry Shoe are hard to ignore. Built with a pliable waterproof breathable OutDry membrane and Montrail's new FluidPost pronation control, the Fairhaven delivers stability for the uneven trail and a natural flex for those long road sections.
  • 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 fluid stride
  • FluidPost adaptive and personalized pronation control tech matches the midsole's cushioning and stability to changing terrain underfoot
  • Gryptonite outsole features a tetrahedral lug design for enhanced traction and agility as well as horizontal and vertical flex grooves for natural forefoot flex

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Terrible construction.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

These were my first pair of Montrails... I was looking for a decent trail running shoe that was waterproof and not too clunky. For the first 4 or 5 uses the shoe fit snuggly in the front, enough so that if I just had the shoes on but not tied for my toes would get numb. After 4 or 5 times wearing the shoe on hike/runs in NH woods (about 3-4 miles per use) the shoe seemed to stretch out a bit so that I ended up having to tie the laces so tight the top of my foot got a bit bruised (the placement of the laces is not great); even then if I wore my regular socks my foot would still slip around in the shoe. Now, this is fine, I would wear thicker socks, I was still happy with the waterproofing. But after having the shoes for about 3 weeks, using them for about 50-60 miles of hiking/running trails in NH the black rubber pieces on the bottom of the shoe started to separate from the rest of the sole, 4 pieces total, 2 so much that it impacts how I walk... returning these and reluctant to try any Montrail in the future.

Terrible construction.