Montrail Susitna II XCR

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The Montrail Women's Susitna XCR is the shoe of choice for all-season female runners who need breathability for autumn's dusty trails and superior protection from spring's excess water weight. Rather than placing a waterproof bootie inside the shoe to keep the foot dry, Montrail wrapped the Susitna in a Gore-Tex XCR shell to repel water from the outside. No matter how much time you spend in the wettest of conditions, DryShell keeps shoes from gaining water weight and provides one of the highest levels of breathability ever achieved in waterproof footwear. The minimalist upper design is pure function as light as possible, waterproof, and breathable. The sole combines four types of foam densities and a molded plate to dial in an optimal ride that is smooth on the road and stable on trails.

- Backcountry Outlet

CLOSEOUTS . Montrail's Susitna II trail running shoes deliver dry, breathable comfort, even after miles of puddles, rock outcroppings and uneven slopes. Gore-Tex(R) XCR(R) is guaranteed to keep your feet dry and provides better than average breathability. Pulley-like eyelets Studded outsole ready to grip rocks and roots Padded, gusseted tongue prevents dirt entry Synthetic uppers Weight: 1 lb. 10 oz. pr. Medium width CLOSEOUTS . China. See our Running Shoe Fit Guide

- Sierra Trading Post

Free Shipping. Montrail Women's Susitna II XCR Shoe (Fall 2006) Specifications of the Susitna II XCR by Montrail Weight 11 oz./0.31 kg Ride Trail-stable, road-worthy Four-density midsole Low-density heel strike wedge, angled to lateral side Forefoot gel pad Underfoot protection Torsional control Pronation control Flexible forefoot Fit IntegraFit last for arch and ankle support Medium and low volume fit Moderate toe box Design DryShell construction with GoreTex XCR sheds from the outside Clean upper pattern for max breathability Gryptonite GT rubber and sharp PU lugs Lightest-weight waterproof trail shoe Animal Foul weather running, training, hiking, walking All-weather trail running, ultra running Thru-hiking, fast packing, backpacking Approach Stylin'

- Moosejaw

The Montrail Womens Susitna XCR is the shoe of choice for all-season female runners who need breathability for autumns dusty trails and superior protection from springs wet trails.

- Backcountry.com

The Susitna XCR by Montrail is a high performance trail running shoe using Dry-shell construction where the GORE-TEX material is on the outside of the upper, keeping water from entering the fabric. This prevents the shoe from getting wet and heavy. The inner bootie is made of a light and pliable mesh and the lacing design works on a large number of different foot shapes. The Susitna has a smooth and stable ride owing to the wide midsole base and an imbedded nylon torsion bar. The shoe evens out the variety of surfaces encountered on a trail. The Susitna is perfect for snowshoeing, day hiking, and trail running in the rain.<BR> <BR>"One of my early experiences with the Susitna was running the burly Chuckanut 50L near Bellingham, Washington. The race began in a downpour, so not only was the ground spongy with water, but the air was supersaturated-perfect running weather. The Susitna, gaiters attached, were the key. The most graphic image I've seen of a shoe truly locking out moisture, is my mud-caked legs contrasting starkly with my clean, dry socks at the end of the race." <BR>- Scott Tucker, Ultrarunner and Montrail President

- ClimbingGear

Montrail Women's Susitna II XCR

Discontinued

The Women's Susitna II XCR has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$12.99 - $130.00

The Montrail Women's Susitna II XCR is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 30, 2008 at Beyond Outside.

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