Ultra MT Winter Trail Shoe - Women's by The North Face
Though flakes have started to fall, that ultra marathon you signed up for in the spring isn't getting any shorter. Keep grinding mile after mile in The North Face Women's Ultra MT Winter Trail shoe, which is equipped with a zippered, splash-proof HydroSeal vamp to seal out snow and keep feet dry. Though durable, shrouded shoes are fully waterproof, and they still breathe thanks to the FlashDry collar lining. An internal heel grab and oversized zipper mean easy-on convenience, even while wearing gloves. When venturing into high alpine terrain or running the trails closer to town, an ESS plate from the midfoot to the forefoot provides optimized energy return and protection from jagged rocks underfoot. EVA inserts in the heel and forefoot add extra cushioning regardless of where your foot strikes. The Vibram Icetrek outsole provides unparalleled grip on slick, icy surfaces, and widely spaced, chevron-shaped lugs shed packed snow and mud to keep you moving forward. Best of all, the Ultra MTs are snowshoe compatible for rest day strolls through the woods.
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