Mono Gordo 2.0

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Discounted price is available only in select sizes and "while supplies last".
We won't have any extra stock nor will we be able to make additions to the sizes that are out of stock.

Mono Gordo 2.0 Specs

Made in Seattle, USA.
Weight: 8.5 oz (single sandal, men's size 9)
Thickness: 15 MM base + 4MM tread height
Sole Non-Marking  Vibram® Morflex Sole
Laces: Performance Laces 2.0 *Patented
Vegan: Yes
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The Mono Gordo 2.0 (means fat in Spanish) is that thick cush ride you've been looking for. Bring a piece of "portable ground" with you to take the edge off those sharp rocks on long trails, as a recovery sandal after your race, or to kick around town in comfort. For the thickest, moldable LUNA, go with the Mono Gordo 2.0.

 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 96 reviews
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    AS
    08/06/2017
    Ahmad S.
    Malaysia

    Blister

    Overall the sandal was nice and it suits me well. One thing to look into is the soft support behind the heel (performance laces). It shifted in wet / muddy condition and if not paying attention to it, the heel skin will blister and limit your movement / performance. The sandal was tested during ultra TMMT race in tropical weather condition.

    A
    04/22/2019
    Anonymous
    United Kingdom

    Love them!

    Especially like the thicker sole compared to the Mono 1.0. Comfy from the very first outing with them.

    JM
    04/21/2019
    Jacques M.
    United Arab Emirates

    Great sandals

    So far so good. This is my second pair. I’m just loving these sandals. Going to do the Santiago de compostela (770km) with them.

    GG
    04/18/2019
    Greg G.
    United States

    Mono gordo

    Hard to get adjusted right

    RR
    04/11/2019
    Ricardo R.
    United States

    NICE BUT HURT MY LOWER BACK

    I had problems with my lower back. i run about 50-60 miles a week, switching from high cushion running shoes to running sandals seem to hace affected my lower back and hips. Every time i used them i ended up very stiff and hurt from my lower back. I might have had significant accumulated tension on my lumbar area and psoas prior to using the sandals but using them sure didn't help the cause. Anyway, i will try them again for running as soon as i get better. For walking and going to the beach, they are very nice and comfortable.