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Gear Details: Boots

Mountain Masochist Mid GTX

Manufacturer: Montrail

SKU: GL2121, GM2121

Product Details:
Product Year2011
Usage:Trail: These are primarily low-cut or mid-cut hikers with more sole rigidity and traction than a typical running or walking shoe.
Height:midcut
Sole Construction:cemented, glued
Upper:Synthetic fabric
Membrane:Gore-Tex
Lining:Synthetic fabric
Sizing
Sizes Narrow? Wide? Weight Price
Men's Sizes 7 - 15 0>, 13.8 135
Women's Sizes 5 - 11 0, 11.7 135
stability. Protection from the elements in a lighter, less bulky package. GORE-TEX® lining for waterproof, breathable protection. Features & Benefits: Midheight neoprene collar provides articulated support and keeps out trail debris + Webbing and strap closure system provides exceptional fit and comfort + Highly-breathable hydrophobic mesh enhances the performance of the GORE-TEX® bootie construction + Gusseted tongue keeps out debris + Midfoot lateral and medial dual-density trail stability post Midsole: Dual-density molded EVA DURO METER : Medial and lateral posting 68 Asker C / 58 Asker C (+/- 3 degrees) RIDE HEI GHT: 20 mm heel, 10 mm forefoot OUTSOLE : Gryptonite™ Weigh t: Men 13.8oz./391g / Women 11.7oz/332g PROTECTION : Full-length Trail Shield™ TOE COUNTER : Synthetic overlay

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