Montrail Continental Divide GTX

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I'm in love. I very much appreciate the for real trail…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Use: 5 day rough trails with 30lb pack
Break-in Period: litereally no break-in had a trail mate get them the day before yosemite
Weight: 1.5 lbs
Price Paid: $80

I'm in love. I very much appreciate the for real trail features of these shoes. Great fit without pain. Plenty of room in the toe box and the ability to "lock in" your feet for steep terrain which is often lost in many trail shoe models.

Traction is great; never a slip on Yosemite rocks or NY slop. Didn't end up with gravel in my shoes at Yosemite just had to beat out the very fine dust every 5 miles or so. I just love putting people into these shoes and hearing them say how amazing they feel in them :)

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Tear through mud, run up humus soil, and scramble over scree with nimble feet when you wear Montrail's Continental Divide GTX trail running shoe. Grip the ground with sticky Gryptonite rubber and dash through puddles and streams protected by a breathable, waterproof GORE-TEX bootie, all incorporated into a structure built on the previously designed last, midsole, and outsole of a shoe deemed Best Trail Shoe Debut from Runner's World Magazine in 2006.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

From ultra-endurance races in the mountains to muddy training runs closer to home, the Montrail Men's Continental Divide GTX Trail Running Shoe seals out moisture thanks to a waterproof breathable Gore-Tex bootie. The dual-density EVA midsole and TPU plate cushion and protect your foot through the hardest miles of trail running, hiking, or ultralight backpacking. The gusseted tongue keeps rocks, dirt and other trail debris out of the shoe, and the Gryptonite rubber outsole sticks like glue to rocky trails.

- Backcountry Outlet refers to the men's version

On Sale. Free Shipping. Montrail Men's Continental Divide GTX Shoe (Fall 2008) The Men's Continental Divide GTX Shoe by Montrail is designed for use on a variety trails. From rugged and rocky trails to groomed paths this shoe offers the protection and comfort you deserve.Features:Dual density midsole for midfoot support and pronation control.A lower profile midsole with Terra-Hex cushioning offers improved stability, cushioning, and better trail feel.Full length TPU plate protects the foot from rough terrain and provides support during long periods of running.Our performance last and upper design helps provide a secure fit even in the most extreme conditions.Gryptonite sticky rubber outsole provides optimal performance with a combination of traction and durability on both wet and dry surfaces.

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

The Montrail Continental Divide GTX is constructed for heavy use on a variety of different trails. From rugged and rocky trails to groomed paths, this shoe offers the protection and comfort you deserve. GORE-TEX provides unbeatable waterproof and breathable comfort. Dual density EVA midsole with TPU protection plate provides a supportive and durable platform for trail running, hiking, and fastpacking. GORE-TEX bootie upper provides waterproof breathable comfort. Molded TPU enhances fit and support in the heel. Gusseted tongue helps keep out dirt and debris. Gryptonite rubber outsole provides great traction on a variety of wet and dry surfaces. Montrail Integrafit -provides exceptional fit for secure heel and mid-foot comfort, anatomically correct arch support, and provides contact pressure for the majority of feet. Terra-Hex - adds more cushioning to the shoe without increasing the sole thickness and weight. This keeps your feet low to the ground where you want them. Weight: 15.4 oz.

- Campmor refers to the men's version

Montrail Continental Divide GTX

Discontinued

The Continental Divide GTX has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$35.99 - $119.00

The Montrail Continental Divide GTX is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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