21 Jul '16, 10am

Montrail Rogue F.K.T. Review

I’m becoming an increasingly greater fan of the Fluid Foam™, which runs the full length of the midsole of the Rogue F.K.T. The ride is smooth whether I’m linking trails with a mile of hard dirt road or running on a stretch of red rock; and 200 miles into this pair of shoes, it feels as comfortable as it did out of the box. So far in temperatures from 35-100 degrees F, I haven’t felt a significant difference in the responsiveness or cushioning of the shoe, and I still feel like I have good trail sense through the midsole. The midsole is further enhanced by the TrailShield™ layer—Montrail’s proprietary lightweight and flexible material that provides protection from rocks and intrusions through the sole and adds torsional rigidity through the midfoot. If the upper held my foot on the platform or if the platform was the same shape as the Masochist or Caldorado, the torsional s...

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