Montrail Caldorado II Outdry Running Shoe - Women's

Montrail Caldorado II Outdry Running Shoe - Women's
Montrail Caldorado II Outdry Running Shoe - Women's
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Caldorado II Outdry Running Shoe - Women's by Montrail
Getting out the door to go on a morning run is hard enough without knowing you're committing to schlepping through soaked, soggy trails under an incessant drizzle. While you can't change the weather, you can change how you prepare for it. On wet days, leave your ultralight kicks in the closet and reach for the Montrail Caldorado II Outdry Running Shoe instead. Accommodating slimmer feet best with its streamlined fit, the Caldorado II comes with a fully waterproof upper and an aggressive lug pattern for cutting through muck and mud. Blocking the rain helps keep chafing and blisters at bay when your run includes splashing through puddles and leaping over mud pits, and the Caldorado remains breathable as it does so to ensure you don't trade cold, soaked feet for hot, clammy ones.

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