Salomon Supercross Trail Running Shoe - Men's

Salomon Supercross Trail Running Shoe - Men's
Salomon Supercross Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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Supercross Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Salomon
Cinch down the Quicklaces on the Supercross Trail Running Shoe and head out the door to explore your favorite wild places. Whether you're running laps around an urban park or tackling a steep trail up a nearby mountain, the Supercross keeps you agile, comfortable, and protected. This lightweight shoe has a precise foothold thanks to the SensiFit and seamless upper that comfortably wraps your foot as you run. Underfoot, an OrthoLite footbed manages moisture and offers cushioning while an EnergyCell midsole provides you with energy return through each step. For protection, a durable ripstop upper reinforced with a protective toe cap guards against trail debris. As you run and explore wild places, the sticky rubber soles with chevron lugs ensure you can confidently charge across the changing terrain.

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SKU: SAL01PE
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