Salomon S-Lab XA Alpine Trail Running Shoe

Salomon S-Lab XA Alpine Trail Running Shoe
Salomon S-Lab XA Alpine Trail Running Shoe
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S-Lab XA Alpine Trail Running Shoe by Salomon
From fast-moving peak bagging along Colorado's 14ers to spirited trail runs along the talus fields and cirques of the North Cascades, the Salomon S-Lab XA Alpine Trail Running Shoe combines lightweight flexibility with enhanced protection. Water-resistant materials prevent shallow stream crossings and melting snowfields from dampening your feet on long-distance runs. Immediately noticeable, the S-Lab XA Alpine's lateral zip gaiter keeps rocks, debris, and thick vegetation from sneaking inside and compromising your running performance. The anti-debris mesh and textile upper resist abrasive wear when you're subjecting them to serious abuse on the trail. There's an ankle pad and synthetic toecap bumper for added protection from rugged trails and formidable terrain. The molded EVA footbed and dual-density EVA midsole dissipate harsh vibration when you're striding over boulders, trail debris, and other alpine impediments. And to ensure solid grip up the mountain, the Contagrip sole features widely spaced lugs for dependable uphill traction and tacky grip over wet rocks.

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