Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Designed with the urban trail runner in mind, the Montrail Men's Wildwood TR Trail Running Shoe gives you the versatility to burn down the trails with full protection and stability and to pound the pavement with cushioned support and flexibility. An asymmetrical midsole provides flexibility during long road races, and the lateral flex in the outsole allows a natural range of motion. The heel crash pad absorbs shock on hard surfaces, and the Trail Shield layer protects your foot from uneven trail debris. The Gyptonite sticky rubber sole stays glued to everything from slick-rock scrambles to wet pavement.

- Backcountry Outlet refers to the men's version

Here in Portland, we have the largest (at 5100 acres) naturally forested park within city limits. And through it is the 30 mile long Wildwood Trail. Demanding not only for it's length, there are serious up and downs; add to that a variety of trail surfaces from pavement, hardpack dirt, soft but unstable duff, and rocks. The resulting new Montrail Wildwood TR™ combines the protection, durability and stability of a trail running shoe with the cushioning, support, and flexibility of a road running shoe. Sale limited to stock on hand. Features: 360 degree Perimeter™ stability with flexibility and cushioning. Asymmetrical midsole design enhances flexibility. Heel crash pad absorbs shock and eases foot into a neutral gait cycle. Trail Shield™ protects the foot by dispersing point pressure. Lateral flex in the outsole allows for a natural range of motion. Gryptonite™ outsole compound provides advanced traction on a variety of surfaces. Weight 12.7 oz 0.36 kg

- OMCgear refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS. The ready-to-tackle-it-all mindset of Montrail’s Wildwood TR trail running shoes comes from the trail for which they’re named: the Wildwood. Heel crash pad absorbs shock, and Trail Shield protects feet by dispersing pressure. Gryptonite(R) rubber outsole with 360-degree Perimeter stability enhances traction, flexibility and cushion. Lateral outsole flex encourages natural range of motion Synthetic and mesh upper Gusseted tongue Removable cushioned insole EVA midsole Weight: 1 lb. 13 oz. pr. Medium width CLOSEOUTS. China. Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Part of the Montrail Trans Trail series, the Montrail Wildwood TR Trail Running Shoe for Men was inspired by Portland, Oregon's Wildwood Trail; 32 miles of single track comprised of varying terrain and surfaces. The Wildwood Trail is the perfect blend of trail worthy protection, durability, and stability, while still delivering road cushioning, support, and durability. When your daily run takes you from the road to the trail and back again, the Wildwood Trail is the trailing running shoe of choice.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Description of Montrail Wildwood TR Trail Running ShoesInspired by Portland's Wildwood Trail, where runners cover a variety of surfaces. The resulting new Montrail Wildwood TR™ combines the protection, durability and stability of a trail running shoe with the cushioning, support, and flexibility of a road running shoe.Features:360 degree Perimeter™ stability with flexibility and cushioning. Asymmetrical midsole design enhances flexibility. Heel crash pad absorbs shock and eases foot into a neutral gait cycle. Trail Shield™ protects the foot by dispersing point pressure. Lateral flex in the outsole allows for a natural range of motion. Gryptonite™ outsole compound provides advanced traction on a variety of surfacesWeight 12.7 oz 0.36 kg

- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version

Montrail Wildwood TR

Discontinued

The Wildwood TR has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$39.83 - $110.00

The Montrail Wildwood TR is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 10, 2011 at US Outdoor Store.

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