Great for trail running -the Speedcross GTX Black / Silver Metallic by Salomon! The running shoe comes with an extremely aggressive outsole that provides excellent grip on slippery and smooth surfaces.
At the same time, the shoe weighs only 313 grams and thus sits comfortably on the feet.
The EVA midsole provides the necessary cushioning, while the well-preserved Ortholite insole keeps the foot at bay. provides good support. The shoes can be laced fast with the Quicklace closure, which can then be stowed away practically in the Schnursenkeltasche and so does not interfere while running.
Not for nothing one of the most popular trail running shoes -the Speedcross 3 GTX! Now he is finally available with the addition GTX with us. GORE-TEX® Extended Comfort Footwear! Gore-Tex®’s Extended Comfort Footwear guarantees dry feet and extra comfort. We use this material specially designed for strenuous activities in our Adventure Racing and Mountain Running shoes, where excellent water resistance and high breathability are of great importance.
-Upper textile fiber
-Mesh insert for roll protection
-Non marking Running Contagrip®
-Mud Snow Non-marking Contagrip®
-Chasis Light Weight Muscle
-Scope of supply: 1 pair
Note: br12> The shoes are slightly smaller. Please order a size bigger!
Salomon Men’s Speedcross 3 Trail Running Shoe
- The shoes are amazing right out of the box, but as many reviewers have said, the sole wears down quickly.
- I’m not a runner and the most I hiked in the preceding months was 4 miles.
- But I wore these in conjunction with Saucony polyester socks and literally did not get a single blister–without having worn the shoes in beforehand.
- The 11 seemed too big at first but ended up being perfect looking back on the trip.
- Regarding the soles wearing down: After the 16-18 mile hike, I checked the soles and the texture had worn off the lugs that get the most impact.
- The next day, we drove to the Petrified Forest and hiked 4-5 miles, including climbing up and down 2 mesas.
- They consist of dry, jagged, extremely crumbly rock, and I probably would have slipped multiple times with any other shoe, but these were the perfect gear for the technical climbs and descents of those mesas.
- However, I checked the soles after and they were a lot more worn than they were after the Grand Canyon hike.
- I would say the lugs have a good 80% of their depth left.
- So, if you’re shopping for an outdoor event where your foot gear needs to be second to none, I recommend these.
- But be aware they won’t last as long as some other shoes out there.
- I washed mine when I got home and plan to take good care of them.
- I might get a few years out of them based on my adventure frequency, but most people will probably get a lot less.