Designed for trail runners who want to feel light and go fast, the women’s FluidFlex F.K.T. [Fastest Known Time] from the Columbia Montrail collection delivers the perfect blend of flexibility, breathability, fit and traction. The shoe’s FluidFoam midsole provides optimal cushioning, while deep-flex grooves and a forefoot TrailShield outsole work together to deliver on guidance and protection.
Weight: size 7, 1/2 pair = 7.6 oz / 216 g
Seamless UPPER construction with a thermoplastic midfoot cage welded against a breathable body mesh for protection and support.
FluidFoam MIDSOLE with increased flexibility through deep flex grooves. Patented FluidGuide technology for enhanced mid-foot stability and a smooth ride on the trail. Ride heights: 15mm heel/11mm forefoot.
Gryptonite heel and forefoot rubber traction zones incorporate 3-point lug shapes for multi-directional traction. Forefoot TrailShield adds protection but ensures flexibility.,
Women’s FluidFlex™ F.K.T. Shoe is rated
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Rated 5 out of
The best shoes I have hadI was looking for shoes with a good arch support, some cushion, a very light weight, less insulation, and not-too-bulky-looking. As description said, it is a little over 200 grams, very light but still enough support for sole. My feet get hot often so I don't look for thick insulated running shoes, rather water shoes type is better for me. It is a little heavy feeling than water shoes, but still very much of breezing design. I wear size 5 so fairly small, often times, many shoes in this size look like just too wide on toe box. I like a little narrow and slim design of toe box for that reason. This shoes is what I wish for.
The best part of this shoe is upper, mid, and out sole building a very good arch support. Personally I don't like Sketchers type of cushion shoes with flat bottom design at all. Now all of shoe makers follow trend and design just like Sketchers, and I hate all of them. Luckily Columbia is still making shoes with arch. A PERFECT DESIGN for ME!!! I wish more colors to choose. Hopefully Columbia will make more colors next year. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]