When you're ready to take your running to the next level, slip your feet into Salomon's lightest road shoe, the Sonic RA Pro 2 Running Shoe. By combining a responsive and dynamic ride with protection for hard, urban surfaces, the Sonic is ready to tackle your training sessions and races alike. It utilizes Salomon's most advanced technologies for performance and comfort through the miles. For starters, the Sonic features a welded, seamless upper that snugly wraps your foot while still allowing it to breathe as you run. Additionally, a molded EVA footbed matches the contours of your foot while adding cushioning. Most notably is Salomon's use of its EnergyCell+ midsole with VIBE technology. This midsole delivers high energy return while the VIBE technology attenuates fatigue-inducing vibrations from the road to help increase running efficiency in an effort to help you run faster for longer. Equally as beneficial is Salomon's construction of the Sonic's sole. It utilizes a Geometric Decoupling technology that creates an efficient heel to toe transition with Contagrip rubber to absorb shock and provide you with reliable traction across urban surfaces so you can push your limits while you train or race.
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