An interview with Max King about running ultramarathons and running for Montrail.
A collection of tributes to and memories of ultrarunner Dave Terry.
This is iRunFar’s first round up post in quite awhile. It’s got some news that we didn’t squeeze into our White River 50 race report, the end of END Footwear, and an article over at Competitor Running that might interest you. Update: We’ll also throw in the tidbit that Montrail is discontinuing its iconic Hardrock… [...]
This evening Montrail announced some major improvements to the Montrail Ultra Cup. Among those improvements are the addition of a couple races that make the MUC more geographically diverse, an increased emphasis on longer races, and more flexibility in the race series. We know for a fact that Montrail consulted extensively with its athletes in [...]
Many of you address any number of running issues by replacing a shoe’s standard sockliner with a premium footbed, a/k/a insole. Today, we provide you with iRunFar reader reviews of three heat-moldable footbeds: the SOLE Slim Sport, the Montrail Enduro Sole, and the SOLE Softec Ultra. If you regularly use insoles, we’d love for you [...]
A review of the Montrail Mountain Masochist trail running shoe.
Montrail is coming out with a new road/trail hybrid named the Wildwood TR in the coming months. iRunFar got a sneak peak of the Wildwood TR when we tested a prototype of the Wildwood last fall. This preview is based on our test run in the prototypes, as well as bits and pieces of information [...]
iRunFar’s favorite trail running and ultrarunning websites and blogs.
It’s rare that I await a shoe with as much anticipation as I did for the Montrail Streak. I fell in love with the shoe when I tested a preliminary version of the Streak back in August and September of 2007. Having worn the production model for many months, I can now say that I’m [...]
Each of the past two days I got a chance to hit the trails in the Montrail Streaks. They continue to get my seal of approval. Yesterday was a five mile run, three miles on trail and two miles off. The shoes felt smooth on the trail and I’d feel comfortable wearing them for stretch [...]