The Mono 2.0 (Monkey in Spanish) is our do everything, go everywhere adventure sandal.

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The Mono [Moh-No] 2.0 (Monkey in Spanish) is our do everything, go everywhere adventure sandal. Whether you’re hiking, traveling, lounging, camping, running, spelunking, or anything else-ing, this is your go-to footwear.

Made in Seattle, USA.
Weight: 5.9 oz (single sandal, men’s size 9)
Thickness: 11MM base 4MM tread height
Sole: Non-Marking  Vibram® Morflex Sole
Footbed: MGT (Monkey Grip Technology)
Laces: Performance Laces 2.0 *Patented
Best Use

All-Purpose

Brand

Luna

Closure Type

Straps

Features

Made in USA, Vegan

Heel-to-Toe Drop (mm)

Zero

Type

Sandal

Stack Thickness

14 to 19 mm

Weight

6 to 9 ounces

2 reviews for Luna Mono 2.0

  1. Brian Myers

    Thicker than the Leadville Pacer this model didn’t hug my foot quite as closely, but it still held up great over a week along the JMT. Great for all outdoor adventures away from snow.

  2. Outsidejunky

    I’ve got over 75 miles of running now with my Luna sandals and thought I would share some thoughts on them.
    I have the Mono’s 2.0 and the sole is probably the most comfortable sole I’ve ever run in. I have gone for multiple 10 mile runs in them and my feet felt great. My one gripe about them is the lacing system, predominantly the heel strap not having it’s own cinching mechanism. You either can start running with the laces super tight on your foot or start with your sandals fitting comfortable and stop about a mile into your run and take your sandal off your foot and adjust the heel. I typically only have to stop just the one time in the beginning of my run and tighten up the sandals. The reason this is necessary is once the sandal heats up it will loosen on your foot (not sure if it’s the sole heating up and stretching or the straps heating up and stretching) and because the lacing is one continuous strap you can not tighten the heel while wearing the sandal. This has to be done before every run. (Second image is the lacing system) This process would be much easier if you could just reach down and adjust the heel strap mid run while wearing the sandal. If I could put my shamma mountain goat sandal straps on my luna mono’s (which has the heel and top of foot adjustment points) it would be the ultimate do it all sandal. Even with the gripe about the strap adjustments I still highly recommend this sandal to anyone wanting to go running or hiking. This sandal seems like it’s going to last forever. Over 75 miles of trail and pavement running through mud, rain and rocky terrain and they still look brand new. You can see pictures on my Instagram @outsidejunky

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