Sense Ride GTX Invisible Fit Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Salomon
When the forecast is calling for rain, you don't need to turn to the treadmill to get your run in. Simply slip into the Salomon Sense Ride GTX Invisible Fit Trail Running Shoe, tighten up the Quicklace system with one pull, and head for your favorite trails. Your socks and feet will stay dry with the innovative Gore Invisible Fit that is integrated into the upper instead of the traditional bootie construction that regular Gore-Tex shoes are assembled with. This makes the shoe feel more like traditional mesh while still offering that 100% waterproof, breathable protection for more comfort through more conditions. Aside from waterproof protection, the Sense Ride uses a combination of EnergyCell+ and compressed EVA to create their Vibe technology that absorbs impact and provides a more responsive ride. This durable, cushioned midsole works with an Ortholite footbed that wicks moisture and cushions as well to keep your feet and joints happy as you log miles. To finish it all off, a Premium Wet Traction Contagrip sole allows you to confidently push your limits on wet, dry, sloppy, or loose trails so you can get out and run in comfort no matter the conditions.
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Salomon Sense Ride GTX Invisible Fit Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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