spencer weilerwrote a review of Dynafit Feline Ghost Evo Trail Running Shoe - Men's on December 23, 2014
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs small
I got this shoe hoping for a stiffer technical shoe for ridge traverses and scrambling rather than a long distance trail shoe, sort of expecting a hybrid climbing approach shoe that I could run in. A similar product I tried was the La Sportiva Bushido but unfortunately gave me huge blisters. Today's big bulky clown shoes like the Hoka's don't give a lot of "feel" when your on technical terrain, and I seem to roll my ankle in them due to their height. I took these on the WURL here in the wasatch range and they did quite well, although it wasn't as stiff and burly as I was hoping. The endless granite boulder hopping did a number on the tread and sidewalls. This was probably a bit much to ask of this shoe, so overall it did well. I currently use it for some easy 5th class climbing and enjoy them for approaches and short technical runs like Bells Canyon. I personally feel they would wear out quite quickly if you put a bunch of buffed trail miles on them due to their more minimalist feel, but for a lightweight technical shoe I think it performs well.
I wear a 9-9.5 in most shoes, and got a 10 here. Runs half size small.