Patagonia Specter

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Weight 8.6 oz / 244 g
Width Medium
Arch Support Medium
Fit True to Size

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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CLOSEOUTS . With an anatomical, lightweight design, Patagonia's Specter trail running shoes give you an other-worldly comfort and cushioned ride that will make you but a ghost in the woods. Available Colors: STORM. Sizes: 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 11.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Patagonia Women's Specter Trail Running Shoe delivers a winning combination of light weight and lateral stability so you can climb up pebble-strewn trails with speed and leap from rock to rock on sketchy descents with security. Thanks to its women-specific last and the Patagonia Dynamic Fit Lacing System, the Specter offers the secure fit that is absolutely necessary for on-trail confidence.


A trail running shoe that's burly enough for rougher trails and access to mountain running.Tie into the Specter and hit the high-altitude Inca Trail, the mystical running route of the ancients. The shoe's gender-specific anatomical trail running last provides a precise fit for control on rocky Andean terrain. Breathable, wicking air mesh and synthetic leather is protective and durable. The Patagonia Dynamic Fit Lacing System combines with webbing loops that extend down to the insole to securely wrap the foot. Forefoot shock-absorption pad and multiple flex grooves provide metatarsal protection and flexibility. Recycled (20%) EVA anatomical perforated footbed cushions and supports; the gender-specific foam footframe is ultralight. The multi-density sticky rubber outsole has 360-degree wet/dry traction for varied cloud-forest conditions.


The Specter from Patagonia is a trail running shoe that's burly enough for rougher trials and access-mountain running.