Salewa Lite Train Trail Running Shoe - Men's

Salewa Lite Train Trail Running Shoe - Men's
Salewa Lite Train Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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Lite Train Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Salewa
Now that the snow is thawing in the mountains, it's time to lace up the Salewa Men's Lite Train Trail Running Shoe and get those legs back in shape. It strikes the ideal balance between grip, durability, lightness, and breathability to help you get back into mid-season form in no time. The 3F Total System connects to the shoe's lacing area to ensure optimal comfort, stability, and increased foot control where you need it most. The sole and midsole work in harmony to promote natural foot movement and provide dependable sure-footedness over any terrain. Michelin's Lite Train outsole features a special rubber compound and aggressive outsole to deliver perfect grip on mud, rock, grass, snow, or any other surface you come across. Lastly, the breathable mesh upper and lining allows efficient airflow to keep your feet cool and dry when you're tackling long distances.

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SKU: SFW002V
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