In terms of shoes, the "quiver of one" concept is not necessarily a focus. However, Mammut really nailed this idea with the Sertig II Low shoe. Designed for everything from a stroll through town to a technical trek and scramble with a side of running, this shoe exudes versatility. A well-built heel and multiple density EVA midsole will help to absorb whatever the trail has to offer. Mammut's Swiss Design rubber blend outsole will keep you on two feet when the going gets slick. Lacking the crazy deep lugs of some other trail running shoes out there, these shoes still love to hold in loose dirt and gravel. If you pick up a pair of the Mammut Sertig II Low shoes, side effects include questioning the need for the rest of your footwear, an obsession with the phrase “quiver of one”, and increased time spent in the mountains.
SkyRun Fit Tip - We suggest downsizing one half US size.
- Significant heel construction and strong EVA midsole protect your precious feet.
- Air-Mesh upper keeps your feet breathing even on those hot July runs.
- Mammut Swiss Design rubber blend means your lack of traction is user error and not the shoes!
- 7mm drop hits the sweet spot for climbing efficiency and descending ability.
|Weight (pair)||656g [10.5]|
|Last||Medium / Wide|
|Usage||Fastpacking, long distance over varied terrain|
|Notes||Lug pattern is efficient for smooth trail but gives plenty of grip in loose conditions|
|Bottom Line||Burly fastpacker or mixed terrain shoe when you want the most from protection to runnability|
|Compare to other Mountain Running Shoes|
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