Speedcross 4 CS Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Salomon
While you love running trails with Fido, the amount of dog (and human, ahem) drool that's saturated your shoes over the past few summer months seems akin to Lake Michigan. However, with the help of the Salomon Women's Speedcross 4 CS Trail Running Shoe, you're able to counteract Fido's never-ending-mouth-flow and just enjoy the run. The Speedcross 4 CS features a weather-hardy ClimaShield membrane that offers water-resistance. A breathable, mesh upper features an additional DWR treatment, while the gusseted tongue and mud guard offer anti-debris protection. Salomon's infamous QuickLace drawcord provides a speedy and secure alternative to the traditional lacing system, and the lace-specific pocket provides an easy way to stash excess cord, which further discourages you and Fido from tripping over your foot. Additionally, the shoe's molded Ortholite footbed, Lightweight Muscle, and EVA midsole assure shock attenuation, impact absorption, and run-long support. And, the tenacious Wet Traction Contagrip outsole ensures traction no matter the conditions.
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