X Alpine Pro Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Salomon
A lot of people feel the need to escape crowded streets and unforgiving pavement on their runs, but you take it one step further. Everyday trails aren't enough for you--you've got your sights set on summits and upper-mountain ridgelines. That's why the Salomon X Alpine Pro Trail Running Shoe will be a much-appreciated companion on all of your rugged trail runs. To meet the demands of steep and rocky trails this shoe loads up on features dedicated to grip and durability, starting with a special climbing zone in the outsole for technical ascents. Placed at the forefoot, this climbing zone provides targeted grip when you're up on your toes, while a special Carbon Edging Chassis in the midsole helps ensure a stable edge when you're darting over more rocks than you can count. Meanwhile, the outsole rubber itself delivers reliable grip in all conditions, so whether you're slogging through the mud at lower elevations or scrambling through scree fields your traction will stay secure. The upper of the shoe was designed with durability in mind, with reinforcements in high-wear areas and a protective toe cap to guard your forefoot from unexpected confrontations with roots and rocks. Top it all off with Salomon's easy-to-use Quicklace adjustment system that delivers a snug and supportive fit in seconds, and you've got a shoe that's ready for anything you are.
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