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Dynafit Alpine Shoe - Women

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The Dynafit Alpine women's shoe is so versatile we thought about just stocking this one shoe at SkyRun. Ultimately, we decided that wouldn’t make for a good business plan, but the sentiment still stands. Equally at home on a multitude of trail types and conditions, the Alpine is a safe bet when you’re exploring new spots and aren’t sure what to expect. Even if you do know what to expect, the Alpine will hold its own. So always grab the Alpine? Vibram lugs keep the tread gripping on a variety of surfaces, Alpine Rocker technology improves heel-to-toe motion, and seamless tongues eliminate chafing. All of this adds up to make for one helluva lightweight, responsive shoe that’s up to the task.

SkyRun Fit Tip - For Dynafit's Alpine trail running shoes we suggest sizing up one half to one whole US size for the best fit.

  • Balance of cushion, protection and grip make this an excellent do-it-all option for your feet.
  • Seamless tongue will help you avoid hot spots on those hot days...or any day really.
  • Alpine Rocker profile supports a more natural gait for smooth heel-to-toe movement.
  • Vibram outsole will hug the ground like Grandma during the holidays.

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239g [8.5]
Weight (pair) 478g [8.5]
Lug Depth   4.5mm
Drop 6mm
Stack Height 26mm
Specs Verified Yes
Outsole Vibram® Megagrip
Fit Medium Volume
Last Medium
Cushion Medium / High
Protection Medium
Lacing System Traditional
SkyRun Says
Usage Technical terrain, middle distance
Notes Vibram outsole is built with big lugs for big grip
Bottom Line Go anywhere, run anything, crush everything
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Questions & Reviews

Erin (used product a few times)
I was looking for a shoe that could handle steep technical terrain while not feeling sloppy on my narrow feet. Got these in 7 (usually am either 6.5 or 7), and if I snug them up well around the midfoot they feel good. Had a bit of heel slippage on the first run, but after 50 miles of breaking in, that doesn't seem to be an issue.

I've taken them on loops that contain steep muddy trails, goat trails on ridges, off-camber tundra and rocks, icy tundra and rocks, swamp, scree, bushwhack, and gravel road all in a single run. Out of all of that I'd say they're great on most surfaces, good but not perfect on deep steep mud and smooth frosty rocks (hard things to get right), and feel a bit slow and heavy on the gravel road (which seems fine for a technical shoe).

Now I'm just waiting to see how their durability is -- I tend to either wear off the tread or blow through the sides of many shoes fairly quickly, hoping these will be decently durable
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Tracy (downright abused product)
This is my all-time favorite trail running shoe! This shoe does not require much breaking in and can handle all types of terrain. I’d been searching for a shoe with a wider toe box that wasn’t sloppy and this is it. I tested it during a 40 mile race and had no blisters, so then I put it to the test for a technical 100 mile race and it exceeded my expectations. I couldn’t believe how well my feet did through several water crossings and steep downhills, finishing with no real hot spots. The low profile allows me to feel nimble and grounded on the trail, but there is still enough protection for the longer miles. I am normally a size 6.5 but I wear a 7 in the Alpines.
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Johna (used product a few times)
They're m go-to sneaker for technical trails. The vibram sole is super grippy on rocks, snow, and mud which is great for feeling in control at speed. The upper is light and comfortable right out of the box, didn't take any breaking in at all. I recommend sizing up from your regular shoe size. I normally wear a women's 6.0/6.5 but I'm a 7.0 in these shoes.
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