Speedcross Pro 2 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Salomon
A force to reckon with on trails, the Salomon Women's Speedcross Pro 2 Trail Running Shoe delivers the same, dependable performance you've come to know and love from the original Speedcross Pro, just with a few new tweaks. Though, don't be dismayed that the Pro has gone and got itself upgraded: these updates are designed to enhance your performance, not hinder it. The first change is a relatively important one, specifically that the Speedcross Pro 2 now features an 8mm drop instead of a 10mm, promoting a more comfortable, low-impact stride. Additionally, rather than the plain-old Contagrip outsole it once had, the Pro 2 is endowed with a Wet Traction Contagrip outsole, making it an ideal companion for wet and dry trail runs alike. The Sensifit upper has been fine-tuned even more to provide a barely-there fit and feel, in turn preventing hot spots or chafing. Though, in keeping with the original model, the Pro 2 is equipped with a responsive EVA midsole, which attenuates impact, enhances energy return, and provides protection underfoot.
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