Montrail Shoes Men's Badrock Running Shoe
Rocks on the trail? No problem when you have the cushion and stability of the lightweight Montrail Men's Badrock Trail Running Shoes. Featuring their new FluidPost stability technology, your feet have support and pronation control on any terrain. Aggressive lugs on the outsole and Trail Shield for protection under your forefoot helps you stay in control up and down hills, around slick turns and over trail debris. A breathable, flexible, lightweight upper hugs your foot comfortably and variable width lacing adjusts for the perfect fit.
- Upper: Variable Fit system combines variable width lacing with a dynamic welded “seamless” support frame for a custom upper fit for various foot types and provides added medial support
- Midsole: Revolutionary FluidPost stability technology provides customized pronation control for any runner on uneven terrain
- Midsole: Terra-Hex™ Midsole is a field of hexagonal posts which gives the shoe added cushioning and multi-directional flexibility
- Midsole: Full-length compression-molded EVA midsole for cushioning and flexibility
- Midsole: Forefoot-only Trail Shield™ for protection against trail debris
- Outsole: Full-length Gryptonite™ outsole with deflecting lugs for cushioning and digging lugs at perimeter for traction for up and down hills
- Fit Notes: Snug midfoot and open toe box
- Made in Honduras
- Durometer: 55 Asker - 70 Asker C (+/-3 degrees) FluidPost
- Ride Height: 21 mm heel, 11 mm forefoot
- Weight: 9.4 oz, 265 g
Purchase the Montrail Shoes Badrock Running Shoe for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- April 15 2011
Great rugged trail running shoe
This shoe is a great trail running shoe. I did 30 miles of the rugged Mont Blanc trail in these with no problems. They are a bit wide in the forefoot but I was able to cinch them down enough over my smaller foot. It would be great for a foot that needs a bit more room though. No blister issues though. They have plenty of traction with large lugs for any surface. They do feel a bit clunky on the roads but not terrible. If you're used to the older Montrail models like the Hardrock they are definitely more flexible and nimble than those. They have plenty of rock protection for me and didn't notice anything punching through. Durability has been good, I haven't noticed any excessive wearing of the outsole or upper. The new Fluid Posting for stability I didn't even notice which was great. I don't need much stability support but it's nice to know that I can't feel the hard wall dense foam like I can in some shoes. If you're looking for a comparison it's got more support than the Brooks Cascadia and less than a Brooks Adrenaline or Asics 2060 Trail. Somewhere kinda in between. Great all around trail shoe though that will fit a wider full volume foot.