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On Sale. Free Shipping. Montrail Women's CTC Shoe (Spring 2008) The CTC by Montrail is a technical approach shoe with a trail shoe's tenacity in mud, snow, and dirt, and a climbing shoe's friction and durability. Weight: 12 oz./0.34 kg Grip Dual-compound Gryptonite GS and GT outsole Edging platform on the inside Large smearing lugs on outside Sticky rand Braking-specific heel tread Fit Roomy asymmetric toe box Forgiving cushy upper Lacing system accommodates a wide variety of foot shapes Design Trail runner's hydrophobic upper TPU reinforcements Stretch-Fit tongue Super-breathable nylon mesh upper Animal Car-to-car Third classing Talus hiking Expedition Approach Slabbin' Edgin' Jammin'

- Moosejaw

Montrail CTC - WomensThe trail running technology of a hydrophobic lightweight upper and molded insole on a climber's Gryptonite outsole.Features:GryptoniteTerraFlex

- US Outdoor Store

Car to Car: The CTC by Montrail is a technical approach shoe with a trail shoe's tenacity in mud, snow, and dirt, and a climbing shoe's friction and durability. Montrail CTC Features: IntegraFit Gryptonite TerraFlex

- OMCgear

Using the best features from the trail running Masai and the bouldering-oriented D7 shoes, the CTC is the lightest of Montrail's hybrid footwear and the best choice for those who go fast on smooth rocky grades. If you hike with a pair of bouldering shoes, the CTC is your one-stop replacement that can carry you up the trail and across smooth granite and broken black basalt. The lightweight sole uses a combination of sticky rubber Gryptonite with trail ready FasTrax carbon rubber for a grip that lasts through multiple seasons of hard use. Like the Masai, the TPU-reinforced upper is breathable and reduces the overall shoe weight. A molded Elon EVA midsole provides more cushion and stability than some bouldering shoes, but the weight-saving single-density profile may not offer enough padding for hard-charging trail runners who pound down long and steep routes. If you're looking for a shoe that grips varied terrain on light hikes and urban walks, Montrail's CTC is excellent for going fast and getting technical.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Montrail CTC shoe is the ideal shoe for fast, technical adventures-- car to car. Sticky, precision control, versatile traction, and light weight make this a multi-use shoe that is perfect for those days when you're out to do it all.

- ClimbingGear

Montrail Women's CTC


The Women's CTC has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$49.00 - $94.95

The Montrail Women's CTC is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 27, 2010 at Moosejaw.

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