Montrail Shoes Women's Fairhaven Running Shoe
You can switch from trail to road without missing a step when youre wearing the Montrail Women's Fairhaven Running Shoe. Featuring their new FluidPost stability technology, your feet have support and pronation control on any terrain. A full-length Gryptonite outsole gives your feet traction on muddy trails and cushioning on unforgiving pavement while flex grooves provide forefoot flexibility. A breathable, lightweight mesh upper hugs your foot comfortably and variable width lacing adjusts for the perfect fit.
- Upper: Lightweight overlays for support and better flexibility
- Upper: Open mesh body for high breathability
- 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: Compression-molded EVA
- Midsole: FluidPost stability technology provides customized pronation control for any runner on uneven terrain
- Midsole: Articulated lateral crash zone made of EVA foam for durability and cushioning under heel
- Outsole: Full-length Gryptonite™ with Tetrahedral lug design for multi-directional traction and deflecting lugs for cushioning on hard surfaces
- Outsole: Horizontal and vertical flex grooves provide forefoot flexibility
- Fit: Secure fit at ball girth
- Durometer: 55 Asker - 70 Asker C (+/- 3 degrees) FluidPost
- Ride Height: 20 mm heel, 10 mm forefoot
- Weight: 9.4 oz, 265 g
Purchase the Montrail Shoes Fairhaven Running Shoe for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 31 2012
bought my second pair
These shoes fit beautifully, true to size (I normally wear a 7.5 and these are perfect). In general, running shoes either cause me to have shin splints, or they don't, and these thankfully don't. I run 4-5 miles with the occasional 7 mile run thrown in, on roads and trails, and these have served me well on hard top as well as dirt. I have a neutral gait, relatively flat feet and low arches, and prefer shoes that aren't "overbuilt" on the sides, wide bases, etc., but with a decent amount of cushioning for road runs, and these fit the bill. They are form fitting but not too short, so no sloshing around in them and no chafing. The cushioning seems pretty durable as well. I like to have two pairs of running shoes on hand and switch them out, and a different shoe I bought to switch out with these, flattened out much sooner (resulting in the start of the dreaded shin pain) and have been thrown away. Thinking about buying my third pair!