photo: Montrail Diablo trail running shoe

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Diablo’s IntegraRide midsole and protection plate structure creates a ride with all the cushioning, flexibility, and pronation control of a performance road running shoe and all the stability, traction, and protection of our best trail running shoes. High traction outsole, protection and torsional rigidity, cushioned and stabilized ride with high flexibility. Keeps feet clean and cool. Insole: contoured toyour feet for support and comfort. IntegraFit Last High Traction Outsole:s Toe Protection IntegraRide I Sole Platform: Hydrophobic Upper: IntegraRide sole Breathable mesh upper Dual-density supportive insole Weight: 12 oz./ 0,34 kg Style: Low-cut bootie Upper: Hydrophobic synthetic leather/mesh Lining: Nylex Insole: Dual-density Midsole: M1 Outsole: FasTrax carbon rubber Platform: IntegraRide Protection: Full-length SevenN Toe Counter: Thermoplastic Heel Counter: Molded plastic Toe Cap: Hydrophobic synthetic Construction: Slip lasted

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

The Montrail Diablo is for trail runners, hikers and walkers wanting a comfortable shoe for going light-and-fast while maximizing performance. The Diablo is the new pinnacle in trail performance with the IntegraRide system for cushioning, support, traction, stretch fit tongue and scree collar to keep out debris - all in a very lightweight package.

- ClimbingGear refers to the men's version

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The Diablo has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$30.00 - $99.95

The Montrail Diablo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 26, 2007 at Moosejaw.

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