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Montrail Mountain Masochist Trail Running Shoe - Men's - 2009 BCS
How does the Montrail Mountain Masochist Trail Running Shoe help during your 100-mile trail race? The lightweight EVA midsole absorbs shock and provides mid-foot support while you navigate rocky paths, and flexible Trail Shield material between the outsole and mid-sole protects the bottom of your foot. The upper uses a breathable mesh and gusseted tongue to decrease foot sweat and keep dirt out mile after mile, and a grippy outsole helps when nightfall settles in and you canít see all the wet spots on the trail.
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I tried on several Montrail models and found bliss with the Wildwoods - but of course, can't find another pair and have worn out the Wildwoods. Does the Masochist fit like the Wildwood TR, or more like the AT which does not work for my foot? I have a narrow heel, wide forefoot, and am more or less flatfooted. I usually put Superfeet or SOLE in my shoes. (And yes, I do wear men's shoes, women's are too small.)
May 3, 2011
April 12, 2012
I'm on my 2nd pair of these. It is one of the few pairs of shoes that I actually wanted to buy it again. I've owned many trail runners over the years (Salomon, Brooks, Garmont, Asics, NB, etc.) and haven't been too impressed with any of them. These fit me like a glove out of the box, they are comfortable, have excellent traction, and wear pretty well. They provide a decent arch-support and have a lot of cushioning. Perhaps a tad too much, but I still love them. They do a great job of negating sharp rocks (must be the extra cushioning) though it does not have a hard toe bumper like some.