Salomon Sense Marin Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Salomon Sense Marin Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Salomon Sense Marin Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Sense Marin Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Salomon
Thanks to the Salomon Women's Sense Marin Trail Running Shoe, you're able to leave the pavement behind and hit the hardpack. The Sense Marin features a 3D stretch air mesh that molds to the shape of your foot, assuring a pressure-free fit and feel. Meanwhile, the Quicklace design shaves minutes off your pre-run routine and touts a secure pocket for any excess drawcord. An EndoFit design consists of an internal sockliner that cuts down on chafing or pressure, and promotes a snug fit, without hindering your foot's ability to splay and expand. Additionally, an EVA midsole not only attenuates shock but enhances energy return, allowing you to launch through your transitions. And, not to mention, the Contagrip outsole maintains traction and becomes more grippy when wet, so you're able to run rain or shine.

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SKU: SAL00WM
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