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The Mammut MTR 201 Pro Low fit true to size.  You will notice that it has new lower lugs with a “sticky” rubber outsole (Gripex Sonar II).


It has a secure fit due to the “anchors” – lacing is built into the shoe.

lace anchors

I like the speed lace system with the lace garage to store the extra lacing.  The tongue is not gusseted, but there is a mesh material under the lacing to keep debris out.


The upper is built to last (abrasion-resistant 3-D polyamide fabric) with liquid rubber protection on the toes.  The Strobel midsole functions as a rock plate and runs the entire length of the shoe. This sturdy package comes in at approximately 11.8 oz with a 9 mm offset.


side 2

front back


The MTR 201 Pro Low performed very well on all types of trail terrain.  The speed lacing locks in well.  It is a solid shoe on all types of terrain especially on the rockier sections.  The shoe drained well after river crossings.

It is definitely a shoe built for the longer distances. The traction is aggressive enough to bite into terrain without much effort.  Overall,  the MRT 201 Pro Low is a great performer on the trails.


  • Weight – 11.80 oz (335 g) (Size 9)
  • Heel: 17 mm
  • Midfoot: 8 mm
  • Offset: 9 mm
  • Non-gusseted tongue (but has a piece of sewn material across tongue)
  • Neutral  Shoe
  • Rock Plate
  • Midsole – EVA
  • Upper – Synthetic
  • Made In – China
  • Women’ Version

Weight Table

weight table


The Mammut MTR 201 Pro Low trail shoe is durable and stable in all types of terrain. It is designed for the longer hauls. I love the aggressive outsole with its “sticky” features.  The MTR 201 Pro Low is designed for runners going the longer distances in a durable package.


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