Salomon Odyssey Pro Hiking Shoe - Men's

Salomon Odyssey Pro Hiking Shoe - Men's
Salomon Odyssey Pro Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Odyssey Pro Hiking Shoe - Men's by Salomon
Designed to waffle between gutless climbs and soul-sucking descents, the Salomon Men's Odyssey Pro Hiking Shoe provides adaptive support as you navigate technical terrain. The Odyssey features a quick-drying and breathable mesh, while the textile overlays provide torsional support and protection. A gusseted and stretchy tongue offers natural mobility, and prevents debris from infiltrating your socks and bestowing you with unsavory hot spots. Additionally, the EnergyCell+ midsole attenuates shock, enhances energy return, and promotes swift transitions, so you're able to make the most of the terrain at hand and your stride. Not to mention, the High Traction Contagrip outsole features a bevy of small, yet tenacious lugs that encourage a natural stride and flex with the bones and tendons in your foot.

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