February 12, 2020
We have some exciting new products available at the Mont Shop Fyshwick and Online from Ultimate Direction, Topo shoes, Salomon and La Sportiva.
Topo brings a shoe fit like no other. With a wide toe box, these trail running shoes are designed to fit even the widest feet. Their latest edition, the MTN Racer (for men and women), features a flexible ripstop mesh upper designed to be lightweight and durable, an Ortholite Footbed providing a super plush ride, while the Vibram Megagrip outsole delivers optimal traction on any surface. These sturdy mountain trail running shoes are performance tuned for trail racing and speed hiking.Shop Men's Topo Shoes Shop Women's Topo Shoes
Ultimate Direction have released new running vests and belts, bringing their women’s selection in line with the men’s. Highlights include the Women’s Adventure Vesta and Mountain Vesta, new running vests with more storage than the Ultra Vesta (8L) and a different pocket configuration including a removable beacon pocket for safety and for more gear on longer runs. These are a great alternative fit to the Salomon Advanced Skin 12 litre for 50 or 100km races where you need to carry mandatory gear.Shop Ultimate Direction
Featuring two 500ml Speed flasks for quick transitions, and updated colours, you’ll be able to tackle all your long runs in comfort.
The Salomon range of footwear and trail running gear is available in-store now at the Mont Shop Fyshwick, and will be available online soon. If you would like to discuss Salomon gear or order Salomon gear please contact the Mont Shop on 02 6162 1661 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This shoe is one of our best sellers for its immediate comfort under foot, fit and performance on any trail. Comfortable on both fire road and technical terrain, the La Sportiva Akasha is the perfect all-rounder trail runner.Shop new Women's Akasha Shop Men's Akasha
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September 17, 2021
September 16, 2021
This week’s jaunt saw me in Tasmania’s north and west spending some quality time in our magnificent Myrtle Beech forests. The first stop was Upper Quaile Falls, a place I had not visited before. Despite the track in leading through some previously logged forest, there were still some magnificent trees to be seen and the falls had plenty of water.
Back to the car and onward to a location west of Cradle Mountain, the Vale of Belvoir. This area was purchased by the Tasmanian Land Conservancy in 2008 and consists of a limestone valley roughly 10 km long by 2 km wide. Lying at an altitude of 800 metres it is Tasmania’s only sub-alpine limestone valley.