Dynafit Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Dynafit Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Dynafit Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Dynafit
Take on steep trails, alpine peaks, and rugged terrain with the help of Dynafit's Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoe, and do so with relish. Designed with your mountain endurance projects in mind, this lightweight trail shoe boasts a sole that balances grip and traction, giving you perfect footing on both rocky and soft surfaces, while still providing dynamic response. A Gore-Tex membrane gives your feet the waterproof, breathable protection they crave, so you can hit mud and splash puddles without getting your socks soggy. Dynafit equipped the uppers with ballistic fabric that's abrasion resistant, with heel and toe bumpers for encounters with exposed rock.

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