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Montrail Hardrocks $30
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Doug L
(mothermenke) - F

Locale: Upstate NY
Montrail Hardrocks $30 on 02/09/2009 18:59:59 MST Print View

Going for 68% off at As of 9PM EST they have sizes 8-12. Just remember they tend to run a half size small.

Tom Caldwell
(Coldspring) - F

Locale: Ozarks
Montrail Hardrocks $30 on 02/09/2009 19:43:02 MST Print View

That's pretty tempting, I've been wanting to try some Montrails. I noticed they also have the Hurricane Ridges for $50. Wonder which kind I should try?

Edit: After I saw the $5 coupon, I couldn't resist. $31, shipped, for a pair of shoes...I can use them to loaf around in, or resell them to someone on here if they don't fit...

Edited by Coldspring on 02/09/2009 20:15:07 MST.

Huzefa Siamwala
Montrail Hardrocks $25 on 02/09/2009 19:52:52 MST Print View

Use coupon BF511 for $5 off any order. Expires Feb 15.

Doug, thanks for the link.

Paul Sturrock
(Byblow) - F
great deal on 02/10/2009 10:09:23 MST Print View

I received a new pair of Hardrocks a couple of weeks ago but couldn't resist getting a second pair for less than $31 total, including shipping. Thanks for the tip!

Kendall Clement
(socalpacker) - MLife

Locale: Southern California
Re: Montrail Hardrocks $30 on 02/14/2009 12:07:48 MST Print View

Hey Doug,

Thanks for the code. $30.96 total including shipping. Great deal!

Jim Sweeney
(swimjay) - MLife

Locale: Northern California
Ditto on 02/14/2009 19:30:38 MST Print View

And thanks also for the tip about sizing.

Jim W.
(jimqpublic) - MLife

Locale: So-Cal
Montrail Hardrocks $30 on 02/14/2009 20:36:25 MST Print View

Thanks a bunch for the heads up. I just ordered two pair and signed up for Bargain Outfitters email alerts.

I'm on my second pair of Montrail Continental Divides (with a third in the closet). Thought I'd compare the two models. Hopefully sizing runs the same- the Continental Divides are a full size bigger than my street shoes.

Tom Caldwell
(Coldspring) - F

Locale: Ozarks
Montrail Hardrocks $30 on 02/14/2009 23:22:43 MST Print View

I ordered size 11.5, and I normally wear 11 in regular shoes. I'm actually wearing them now, and debating if they are going to be large enough to keep.

Kevin Sullivan
(bustedchucks) - F
Hardrock size 11.5 on 02/19/2009 07:15:23 MST Print View

Hey Tom,

If you decide those 11.5 are too small for you to use, and you want to get rid of them, let me know. I got a size 11 and they are a little snug on me.

Tom Caldwell
(Coldspring) - F

Locale: Ozarks
11.5 Montrail Hardrocks on 02/19/2009 07:56:01 MST Print View

I think I'm going to be okay, as they seemed to have stretched. I'll take them on a backpack this weekend and see how many blisters I get, or see if they burst after my feet swell. At the very least, they'll make great outdoor lifestyle image shoes to wear around town.

Joe Clement
(skinewmexico) - MLife

Locale: Southwest
Hardrocks on 02/19/2009 08:59:12 MST Print View

If you're going to sign up for alerts, go sign up for alerts too; same company, but the prices and alerts vary wildly. I just couldn't get the Hardrocks to fit me right.

donald buckner

Locale: Southeast U.S.
Hardrocks fit on 03/14/2009 18:55:04 MDT Print View

Montrail Hardrocks at Pine Mountain, GASince they had a cult following, I decided to try a pair since they were on sale. I initially was put off by the rather large and rearward positioning of the arch support, but after a trail run of about 3 miles over rocky terrain, I did not have any issues with them, and thought they were a good bit more supportive and padded than my Inov-8's. I'm glad I picked them up and I think they will be very good for rocky trails. I did order 1/2 size up. I wore fairly thin socks for a great fit. The tarp was made by Mike Stivers.

Edited by toomanyarrows on 03/14/2009 19:29:26 MDT.

te - wa
(mikeinfhaz) - F

Locale: Phoenix
Re: Hardrocks fit on 03/14/2009 21:13:44 MDT Print View

Don, you should be on the cover of a Rolling Stone
i always do good w/ montrails right from the box.

Piper S.
(sbhikes) - F

Locale: Santa Barbara (Name: Diane)
Re: Re: Hardrocks fit on 03/15/2009 22:26:28 MDT Print View

I wore Hardrocks last year on the PCT from Sonora Pass to Dunsmuir where my crippled feet made me get off the trail. I was so completely debilitated by them it took several months to recover.

At first they felt great. Then I noticed it felt like my toes pointed way up in the air all the time. Soon shooting, stinging random pains throughout my feet would leave me doubled over and shouting out loud. My metatarsal bones felt broken. I had to alter my gait so much in them my quads practically atrophied.

I cannot understand why I cannot wear these shoes and others rave about them.

Frank Deland

Locale: On the AT in VA
Same Problem? on 03/16/2009 09:17:48 MDT Print View

Same thing happened to me I think, Diane. Afetr 100 miles on ther AT I came off the trail with with foot pain straight back from my big toe. I thought I might have a broken bone in my foot. It was only on the right foot. The doctor said it was my metatasal. The pain eventually went away, but came back on a day hike in the Utah Uintas. It just does not happen with other shoes such as the Montrail Vitesse or the Merrell Ventilator. Too bad, because the Hardrock is very comfortable otherwise.

Edited by rambler on 03/16/2009 09:22:35 MDT.