Salomon S/Lab NSO Mid Tight - Women's

Salomon S/Lab NSO Mid Tight - Women's
Salomon S/Lab NSO Mid Tight - Women's
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S/Lab NSO Mid Tight - Women's by Salomon
The Salomon performance S/Lab NSO Mid Tight is designed to keep you mobile, cool, and comfortable when you're running fast during road and trail races. Its quick-dry, 4-way stretch fabric ensures cool comfort and freedom of movement during warm weather and long distances. The tight features Salomon's patent pending NSO Active technology that concentrates oxide particles into patches that aim to reflect energy from the body for reduced fatigue and improved recovery time. Additionally, the tight is part of Salomon's Modular system which allows you to snap in over shorts or a belt to build your own personalized racing kit.

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SKU: SAL01N1
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