Mountain Masochist GTX
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Price Paid: $95
I hike in the Blue Ridge Mountains in northern Georgia. Rugged terrain, wooded and sometimes wet.
I hiked 10 miles in them today. They really grip well where my Merrells failed. I have an ankle bone that really protrudes and I have a hard time wearing most hiking shoes because the side of the shoe bonks into my ankle bone. This one does not.
Very comfortable with little to no break-in time. Comfortable all day, good grip easy to climb embankments and come back down. No wipeouts in these babies! I really like them. Looks good and super comfortable to hike in short and long hikes.
I wear a size 7 and they are true to size. This is the exact model I have and color. Love them!
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Women's Mountain Masochist GTX is
a women's trail running shoe
made by Montrail.
It has an average rating of 5 stars (out of 5), based on 1 user review
The Women's Mountain Masochist GTX has been discontinued.
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