Montrail Rogue F.K.T Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Montrail Rogue F.K.T Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Montrail Rogue F.K.T Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Rogue F.K.T Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Montrail
When you've got the need for speed, look no further than the Montrail Women's Rogue F. K. T Trail Running Shoe to get you through valleys and up and over steeps in the blink of an eye. The Rogue features a breathable mesh for passive ventilation and temperature regulation, while the 3D cage ensures that your foot stays snugly in place. The FluidFoam midsole attenuates shock, and the 10mm ensures that you're able to propel swiftly through transitions and not have to think twice about your shoe keeping up with you (or a lack thereof). Additionally, a TrailShield insert provides torsional rigidity and safeguards you from trail-side obstacles, such as errant roots or rocks, and the 4. 5mm lugs assure ample traction underfoot.

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