Sense Ride 2 GTX Invisible Fit Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Salomon
Equipped with the award winning Gore-Tex Invisible Fit technology, the Salomon Sense Ride 2 GTX Invisible Fit Trail Running Shoe keeps you out running rain or shine. Seamless, waterproof, and comfortable, the Sense Ride is your ideal training partner through adverse conditions. This updated model is more lightweight than its predecessor and features Salomon's Vibe midsole for a responsive and comfortable ride across varying terrain types. As in the previous model, Gore Invisible Fit is integrated in the outer material of the shoe instead of a traditional bootie construction, so it doesn't interfere with the design or add any bulk. Add that to the 3D Mesh welded upper, and you've got a breathable, seamless, and comfortable upper to keep you going rain or shine. Salomon's Vibe midsole gives you responsive cushioning with vibration absorption properties, so harsh trail terrain won't be too hard on your joints. Finally, Contragrip MA rubber in the outsole gives you uncompromising grip in any and all conditions, so the weather doesn't get to decide when your off day is.
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