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Aug 3, 2010
Montrail’s Crazy Matt Hart Runs Entire Colorado Trail

A couple weeks ago, I received this email from Matt Hart, ultra-distance runner from the Montrail team: Hey Eric, Hope this finds you well. I just decided in the early hours of this morning (while pacing at the hardrock 100 miler) to have a go at the Colorado Trail speed record. I'm in the midst of planning it now. Everyone I've talked to that knows says the record is "tight." The 500 miles was done last year in 8 days, 12 hours, 14 mins. I'm wondering if you can send me a few special items for the adventure.

 

Montrail Matt Hart CO Trail - TEAM CLIF BAR
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Eric
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Jul 2, 2010
Montrail’s Geoff Roes wins Western States 100, Crushes Course Record!

Have you ever considered doing something really crazy? Like running the length of Connecticut? But, instead of doing it at sea level, you throw in a few thousand feet of elevation and also do it in the middle a hot California summer? Oh, yeah, and you have to do it in under 16 hours. Piece of cake, right? Well, that's what it's like when the contenders run the Western States 100, the United States' oldest ultra marathon.

Photo of Geoff Roes

This year proved to be one of the most exciting editions in

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Eric
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Feb 8, 2010
Montrail Ultra team begins season with a bang

Most folks recognize the Montrail name as the leaders in performance trail running and hiking footwear. But, what some people might not realize as that Montrail also fields one of the best ultra running teams in the world. In fact, when I need to purchase a new pair of kicks, I simply phone them up and they have an athlete run them to me from their offices 5 miles up the road. Of course, that doesn't really happen...don't be ridiculous. But, it could happen. And most of their

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Eric
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