Speedcross 5 Wide Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Salomon
It's no secret that Salomon's trail shoes tend to run a little narrow, so even though the newest edition of their famous Speedcross trail running shoe is wider than its predecessors, wide-footed runners with trust issues can turn to the Speedcross 5 Wide Trail Running Shoe for a fit that's guaranteed to give their feet room to move around on technical trails. This special version of the Speedcross 5 is designed to accommodate runners with wider feet who may have found the standard Speedcrosses too narrow, and features the same updates as the regular version of the Speedcross 5 that make it an ideal choice for sloppy days on the trail. The outsole of this shoe has been updated with deeper and more generously spaced lugs, giving you greater traction in soft and loose conditions like mud and snow. The softer and tackier rubber is also ideal for grip in soft conditions, and the unique heel-unit design of the midsole provides greater stability for those times when you're worried about slipping out as you wind your way down muddy switchbacks. The forefoot stays plenty flexible too, so you can really dig into steep trails as your toes splay out comfortably and you kick things into high gear.
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