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Montrail Namche
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Monty Montana
(TarasBulba) - MLife

Locale: Rocky Mountains
Montrail Namche on 02/18/2009 23:34:41 MST Print View

Just in case some of you out there still have jobs, have these fine boots on sale for $49.98. And to think I thought I was getting a good deal when I paid $75 a few months ago!

Joe Clement
(skinewmexico) - MLife

Locale: Southwest
Montrail Namche on 02/19/2009 08:44:27 MST Print View

SAC has had them on periodically (8 days ago), and I'm tempted every time they have them. Seems like they were $36. Download the alert, feed your addiction.

Edited by skinewmexico on 02/19/2009 08:46:01 MST.

Tim Cheek
(hikerfan4sure) - MLife
Montrail Namche on 02/19/2009 15:13:35 MST Print View

Monty, How do you like them?

Jeff Jeff
(TwoFortyJeff) - F
... on 02/19/2009 16:19:49 MST Print View

I know fit is very subjective, but I've fit into most boots I've tried, but not the Namches. I even sized up half a size and the toe box was still too cramped. Fine boots otherwise. Just make sure you can return them or you have tried them on before.

If another manufacturer made something similar, I would be very interested.

Robert Carver
(Rcarver) - MLife

Locale: Southeast TN
Montrail Namche on 02/19/2009 16:28:58 MST Print View

I love them. But of course they fit my feet like a dream. When I found out they were being discountinued, I bought a few pairs of them. They are super light weight and dry like crazy after getting wet.

Monty Montana
(TarasBulba) - MLife

Locale: Rocky Mountains
Re: Montrail Namche on 02/20/2009 01:04:46 MST Print View

Tim, I find them to be a terrific summer shoe, and as I have a narrow to average foot width the fit is just right. They have a stiff sole,and because of this, a pronounced rocker. All this makes them a good choice for off-trail. The feel is more like a boot (but lighter), wheras my Innov8s feel like wearing moccasins.

Craig Burton

Locale: Smoky Mountains
Re: Montrail Namche on 02/22/2009 00:06:56 MST Print View

Like Joe said, these things have gone down in to the 30s on SAC. Almost a year ago I pulled the trigger on two sizes from SAC and kept the pair that fit best. They've been sitting in my closet ever since...

From what I recall the boots were actually very comfortable, but also very ugly (Celery color option).

Right now I just love my Flyroc 310s so much that I have yet to find a reason to wear anything else.

Tim Cheek
(hikerfan4sure) - MLife
Montrail Namche on 02/22/2009 10:58:04 MST Print View

Anybody have wide feet, and happy with them?