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- Synthetic and mesh
- Synthetic sole
- Micre 3-point lugs for lightweight multi-directional traction
- Horizontal and vertical four-way flex groves
- Compression-molded EVA midsole
- Perforated outsole
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The Montrail Rogue Racer Trail Running Shoes feature a Gryptonite outsole. This is a sticky rubber compound that works with the micro lugs of the shoe to provide optimal grip and traction, even on wet surfaces. Horizontal and vertical flex grooves allow your foot to move more freely and lightly, whilst allowing your foot to remain comfortable and efficient. A low profile midsole helps you become faster and more efficient when running on those trails.
If running's your game, trust your passion to this utterly worthy Rogue Racer by Montrail. The low-cut shoe's mesh and synthetic upper keep things lightweight and breathable, with a rounded toe, laced vamp and padded collar and tongue preventing chafing, hotspots and other hazards on the road. Furthermore, its four-way flex grooves ensure forefoot flexibility, with a compression-molded EVA midsole lining that perfectly respects your foot's unique anatomy. Anchored by micre 3-point lugs and a non-skid sole for extreme traction, it's one sleek, sporty way to tackle the world's smoothest trails, roughest terrains and everything in between.See all Product Description
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004KZP07E
- Item model number: Rogue Racer-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 4, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
UPDATE-The shoes only last 2.5 months. The tread is completely worn on the heal and ball of the foot. That said, these were the most comfortable running shoes I've ever run in. It's a shame the durability wasn't able to match the comfort.
I tried the montrail in the store and liked that it was lightweight and had a pretty neutral sole with good padding. I always wear a size 11 so that's what I got and it felt ok in the store. Fast forward to my first run on trail. BAD. It was too small and my big toe got jammed pretty good. Roadrunner was good about exchanging it to a bigger size and I got 11.5. I tried running in it and it was much better but I found that the uppers were too squishy and my forefoot tended to slide side to side a bit more than I liked. I tried to tie the laces really tight but it didn't help enough. Also, the NB100 had a hard plastic plate that ran through the bottom sole that protected the feet well. The Montrail Rogue has a thicker foam sole but it didn't have a similar hard plate so some of the sharper points tended to put a pressure point on your feet.
All in all, I haven't done more than 10 miles at a time in them so I'm not sure if the softer foam will pay off on longer runs or not. I have a 50k race next weekend so I will find out how they perform and report back.
At around 160kms (100 miles) the soles were worn down and at 200kms (125miles) they peeled away.
Having said that I just bought another pair. There are days I just want run in these.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
To tight and stiff for my taste. But when I removed the insole, and replaced them with thinner ones, I performed well on a 30k race.Published 9 months ago by Tomas Amneskog
I wasnt looking for arch or really impressive tread. Just an all around barefoot running shoe. Order half a size up for instant comfort, I ordered my exact size and found the new... Read morePublished 9 months ago by marie beckwith
First of all, I think this is a great shoe in many respects, but I cannot abide how quickly the cushion wore out. I have had other pairs of Montrail shoes that I have loved. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Synapse
Ive had 9 pairs of these. I use them for running ultras and they are super comfortable, especially for the price. They run a little small, I wear between a 12-12. Read morePublished 15 months ago by bradley m barrick
Great shoes! I would recommend ordering up half a size as these see to be a little small for my liking in the toe box.. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Devin Stephens