What makes this trail shoe unique is that it does come in widths for the folks that need it. No other trail shoe on our wall does that. It is in the same vain as the Brooks Cascadia, but is lighter. It also has a debris-free constructed upper, with a gusseted tongue. A Vibram outsole provides excellent traction in all kinds of conditions, but shines in mud and wet weather. It has an 8mm heel-to-toe drop and does have posting on the mid-foot, but will still work for the neutral runner.
The shoe has the nickname of Leadville as a nod to the Leadville 100 mile trail run that those mountain goat-like humans love to watch results of and dream of running themselves. It even has a picture of the belt-buckle that they give out on the tongue.