Garmont 9.81 Bolt DL

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Specs

men's
Materials Mesh and Leather
Sizes 8-13
Weight 11.6 oz per shoe

Manufacturer's Description refers to the men's version

Built for competitive trail running, adventure racing, and orienteering, the Garmont 9.81 Bolt DL has a low-profile midsole for optimum trail feel.

The new sticky rubber Double Lug outsole provides excellent traction in all conditions. Light and responsive, the Bolt DL provides fantastic cushioned support due to its EVA insole with shock absorbing heel insert and stabilizing forefoot insert.

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

On Sale. Free Shipping. Garmont Men's 9.81 Bolt DL Shoe DECENT FEATURES of the Garmont Men's 9.81 Bolt DL Shoe Multi-density EVA with PU Cradle Firmer cushioning at heel strike Softer EVA at forefoot for sensitivity Firm lateral PU heel cradle for torsional stability Anti-Odor, Anti-Microbial, Breathable 4-structured system blending comfort, shock absorption and compression set resistance Stiffer than the Race due the thinner profile of the midsole Garmont EVA rebounds, cushions and resists compression set Polymer heel insert absorbs heel strike and shock Forefoot insert stabilizes and protects against underfoot impact injuries Additional EVA insert for the additional impact during heel strike Aggressive profile which provides great grip on wet surfaces, grass and mud. Lugs are spaced for self-cleaning Sticky rubber compound balances grip and wear resistance Double Lug pattern and profile are oriented to provide maximum traction and braking Double Lug placement is ergonomic for an anatomic flex The SPECS Upper: Mesh Lining: Synthetic Fabric Sole: Double Lug Component Set: G-Low Weight: 330 grams (1/2 pair size 8.5 US) Applications: Competitive trail running, Adventure racing, Orienteering

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS . The only way to get serious trail speed is to start with serious grip, and that's just what Garmont's 9.81 Bolt DL trail running shoes bring to your runs. The DoubleLug outsole features deep, self-cleaning lugs for traction on rocks, wet grass and mud. Available Colors: GREY/BLACK. Sizes: 9.5, 10, 11, 11.5, 12, 13, 14, 8, 8.5, 9.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

New for Spring 2009, the Men's 9.81 Bolt DL Trailrunning Shoes from Garmont that are designed for competitive trail running, adventure racing, or orienteering offer a super lightweight, highly breathable, and logo-free upper. For runners with an efficient gait seeking a low-profile shoe with optimum trail feel and traction in any condition, these responsive running shoes provide fantastic cushioned support in the heel, lateral mid-foot control, medial arch support, and all around protection for a fast ride. The 81 Bolt DL puts the feet close to the ground to optimize feel and aggressive maneuverability, while its low profile ergonomic Velocity sticky rubber sole provides exceptional grip and trail feel. Low to medium fit.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Built for competitive trail running, the Garmont Bolt DL shoes supply a low-profile, responsive fit for exceptional trail feel and traction in a wonderfully lightweight platform. Highly breathable and lightweight nylon mesh uppers have a minimum number of seams for improved fit; thin webbing strips and heel sling provide support. Toe caps protect feet and uppers from bumps and abrasion. Nylon linings wick moisture away from feet for effective climate control within shoes. Light and flexible EVA midsoles with enhanced heel cushioning supply shock absorption for all-day comfort. Thermoplastic urethane midsole plates offer medial arch support and control and protection from stone bruising. Rubber outsoles feature aggressive self-cleaning lugs for traction and control on various surfaces.

- REI refers to the men's version

Garmont 9.81 Bolt DL

MSRP:
$109.95 (men's)

The Garmont 9.81 Bolt DL is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 1, 2013 at Moosejaw.

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