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Altra Mont Blanc Shoe

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When it comes to Altra's Mont Blanc shoe, Robin Thicke would agree that there are some "Blurred Lines." Straddling the worlds of race and distance categories, this is a race-weight shoe with some serious cushion amongst plenty of other positive attributes. Built on Altra's fan favorite Balanced Cushion platform, this zero-drop shoe allows for a natural gait. Despite the 30mm stack height, there is a surprising amount of trail feel to be had. The Altra EGO™ MAX midsole helps cut weight while still creating plenty of rebound to give back some of that energy you are so happily expending. As the name would imply, Vibram's LiteBase outsole helps to reduce weight without reducing grip in varied terrain and conditions. Crushing that 100 miler, hitting up your favorite ridgeline link-up, packing on serious distance wherever you call home - all of these are good reasons to throw on a pair of Altra's Mont Blanc shoes.

SkyRun Fit Tip - We have found the Mont Blanc to be true to size.

  • Vibram LiteBase outsole saves on weight without losing performance.
  • 30mm stack height offers plenty of cushion while still offering trail feel.
  • FootShape fit gives you the room you need to move naturally.
  • Balanced Cushion approach lets your body move the way it wants to.
  • Altra EGO™ MAX midsole protects your feet, ankles, knees, hips, and so on.
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281g [10.0]
Weight (pair) 562g [10.0]
Lug Depth   3.0mm
Drop Zero
Stack Height 30mm
Specs Verified Yes
Outsole Vibram® Litebase
Fit Medium / High volume
Last Medium / Wide
Cushion Medium / High
Protection Medium
Lacing System Traditional
SkyRun Says
Usage Ultra distance races, long training days
Notes Balanced cushioning approach means Zero drop performance for a more natural gait
Bottom Line High cushion race shoe at a low weight
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Question from Ian C
Greetings skyrun, at some point I am going to be scoping some new trail shoes. I currently run the scarpa spin ultra and dynafit alpine and while I like them both, neither are excellent in mud, on dirt roads, nor especially comfortable on long runs. I am looking for something more cushioned and versatile, possibly less technical. might this fit the bill?
Answer from Zak M
Hey Ian, just sent you an email. But to quickly answer your question here, the Mont Blanc could be a great option for a more distance-oriented shoe while still being fairly versatile for more technical terrain. With a more accommodating fit so far they have been a pretty awesome shoe.
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