While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Highline. Read all reviews »

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Built for high mileage, high expectations, and high performance, the Montrail Highline shoes take you trail running and light hiking with confidence. With a trail-stable design and torsion plate that resists pronation, these shoes match the athlete looking for a stable, rugged shoe that's prepared for the unexpected. Water-resistant, ventilated mesh and synthetic upper keeps you comfortable in hot weather. Mesh tongue wrap for smooth instep fit. Reinforced side panel screens for support. Abrasion-resistant collar. Flexible forefoot gel pad for cushioning. Heel-strike pad for smooth heel-to-midfoot transition. EVA midsole for cushioning and protection. High-density medial post stabilizes foot.


Free Shipping. Montrail Women's Highline Shoe (Fall 2006) Specifications of the Highline by Montrail: Weight: 11 oz./0.31 kg Ride Heel strike pad for smooth heel-to-midfoot transition Trail-stable design and torsion plate create pronation resistance Forefoot gel pad cushions and is flexible Fit Medium-volume forefoot and toe Mesh tongue wrap for smooth instep fit Ball-of-foot support overlays for control and volume adjustability Design Reinforced side panel screens for support, control, and ventilation Abrasion-resistant collar Hydrophobic ventilated mesh Animal High-mileage, high expectations, high performance Trail running, light hiking, long hiking Hot weather Hot date

- Moosejaw

The Montrail Highline is a stable shoe excellent for high mileage on rough terrain or hard pavement. Named after the Zane Grey Highline50, a tough and challenging 50-miler in Arizona, the Highline is breathable for hot weather and protective enough for long distances.<BR><BR>The Highline won <EM>Runner's World</EM>'s "Editor's Choice" award in July 2005. "The Highline is the most versatile shoe in this guide," they wrote. The editors cited the Highline's sticky rubber outsole and an upper that is "secure around the heel, supportive through the arch, and roomy in the forefoot." <BR><BR><IMG alt="" src="/images_site/RW_editorschoice_July05.gif" border=0>

- ClimbingGear

Specifically engineered to take a pounding on high mileage runs across unyielding pavement and broken terrain, the Montrail Highline trail running shoe features gel padding beneath the forefoot region for absorbing the hard impacts of ultra distance running. Added cushion often equates with added weight, but the Montrail Highline has a highly breathable upper reinforced with supportive synthetic leather and an airmesh lining to compensate for the extra padding beneath your feet. The single-density Elon EVA midsole features resilient inserts along key areas of the forefoot and heel to enhance the stability and support. Montrail uses an exclusive IntegraFit last based on information from over 800,000 pairs of digitally scanned feet, giving you more contoured support along the medial side of your feet to minimize elongation and pronation. These fit refinements with a neutral shoe design result in more comfort and stability over extended distances on uneven terrain, and when sized properly, the Highline trail running shoe can even increase energy transfer in your running stride. The result is the softest ride of any Montrail running shoe--a luxury anyone will appreciate over the long run.

- Altrec Outdoors

These plush yet stable trail-runners use breathable mesh uppers for comfort in the heat and are great for long runs on rough terrain or hard pavement. Durable synthetic leather and mesh uppers are breathable and quick drying for superb comfort in warmer climates. Wicking airmesh lining helps evaporate excess moisture quickly for greater comfort and reduced chafing. Reinforced ventilation screen at instep also helps cinch instep snug; rubber toe bumpers protect uppers and feet from bumps and abrasion. IntegraFit™ lasting ensures optimal medial support to control pronation and superb heel alignment for better stability and comfort. Elon EVA midsoles with gel inserts at forefoot and low-density heel pad inserts deliver optimal cushion and comfort. TerraFlex™ AR2 forefoot protection plate shields feet from rocky and uneven terrain and controls flex. Sticky FasTrax carbon-rubber lug outsoles offer sure grip and durable wear on various surfaces.


Montrail Women's Highline


The Women's Highline has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$49.83 - $95.00

The Montrail Women's Highline is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 26, 2009 at EMS.

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