Head-to-head: Millet Trident Guide GTX vs. Amuri

In this Millet comparison, the Trident Guide GTX finds competition in the Amuri. Listed below are traits that set the two apart.

Lightness. The Amuri blows the Trident Guide GTX out of the water by being almost 50% lighter. You can thank the Amuri’s knit upper for the most part for that.

Supportiveness. What the Trident Guide GTX lacks in lightness it makes up for in heel support. The featured hiker also comes with a cushioning element around the heel, which provides extra comfort on landings.

Weather protection. Between the two Millet offerings, only the Trident Guide GTX is fully waterproof.

Pricing. There is approximately a 30-dollar difference between the Trident Guide GTX and its rival, with the latter being the cheaper.

Takeaway: The supportive-yet-pricier Trident Guide GTX is a competent option on approaches where conditions turn for the wet more often than not. If you decide to go the Amuri route, however, make sure that you keep to the manicured parts of the trail and away from signs of moisture.

Additional info

  • Its snowshoe compatibility and stretch gaiter readiness make the Trident Guide GTX a dependable approach tool in cold and snowy pursuits.
  • A close relative of the featured approach shoe, the Super Trident GTX is a good alternative for those who need extra ankle support and underfoot cushioning.


The current trend of Millet Trident Guide GTX.
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