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Achieve talon-like traction when you race through mud-strewn or snow-covered trails with the Salomon Men's Fellcross Trail Running Shoe. Low, light, and agile, this trail-racing shoe was designed based on feedback from Salomon's team of elite mountain runners and endurance athletes. It sheds water to keep your foot dry, it supports your steps during fast descents, and it feels feathery-light when you're keeping pace up a steep mountain pass.

  • Mid Feather construction keeps the upper lightweight and flexible, but also highly supportive
  • An anti-debris mesh and water-resistant textile upper with mud guard help you master the trail, even if it's not in perfect condition
  • Fell Running Last is lightweight, minimal, and designed for precise control over foot placement and foot strike
  • Ortholite sockliner encourages efficient moisture transport so sweat moves away from the surface of your skin
  • SensiFit is Salomon's unique way of shaping the upper to wrap around your foot for a close and responsive fit
  • Quicklace lacing cinches down and secures the shoe with a simple pull of a drawcord
  • Lightweight Muscle chassis features two layers of EVA in the midsole to reduce the constant impact of running
  • Low 4mm drop allows for great trail feel and a natural stride
  • TPU toe cap provides protection against rocks, roots, and other trail hazards
  • Lightweight Non-Marking Contagrip sole is highly durable and designed specifically to provide superior traction on a wide range of trail surfaces including mud and snow
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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

Compared to the SpeedCross which is my favorite trail, the Fellcross is lighter, has slightly different tread and a little stiffer/more support. I like it but I will stick with the Speedcross.

run anywhere!

    Run where others can't with these babies. They are light, comfortable and have amazing grip. I recently to them on a run up Washington's Mt Si where the snow line was a mile from the summit and had no problem maintaining pace through the ice and snow.

    Great Traction/Great Looks

      These shoes not only look great, but they offer superb traction in both mud and snow. They are a little treacherous over wet granite, but other than that I feel solidly planted. On the way home, they also worked well when I had to push a stuck car up a snow covered ramp. While everyone else was on their face, I was able to get the poor guy on his way home. Great trail shoe.

      Great Traction/Great Looks

        These shoes not only look great, but they offer superb traction in both mud and snow. They are a little treacherous over wet granite, but other than that I feel solidly planted. On the way home, they also worked well when I had to push a stuck car up a snow covered ramp. While everyone else was on their face, I was able to get the poor guy on his way home. Great trail show.

        Amazing

          What french shoe god must I bow down to in order to get a size 13 in the Salomon Fellcross S-Lab?

          what is the major difference between the...

          what is the major difference between the speedcross and the fellcross

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          Hey there,

          Ok, I have the Fellcross and three pairs of Speedcross (1 pr Speedcross 2 gore-tex and 2 pr Speedcross 3's with climashield). I would say first off , the fit of the Fellcross is slimmer and more....glove-like. Secondly, I have noticed the Fellcross has a less robust sole than the Speedcross- you will feel small hits and rocks more. The Fellcross is a faster shoe for trail running because of the feel and fit; better braking and side to side lateral movement. I used the Fellcross as my main shoe in some HOT temps in southern Italy hiking trip and rough trails were not too bad underfoot. It was only after a few days that the balls of my feet started to feel bruised. The Speedcross Climashield run a little on the hot side...not so for the Fellcross. Durability so far on the Fellcross is not as good as the Speedcross. The bottoms are just about worn down and I have maybe 200 miles max in them. Wearing out pretty quick, but so does a performance tire on a dirtbike/mountain bike. Hope this helps.

          Will there be a Gore-Tex or I guess CS...

          Will there be a Gore-Tex or I guess CS version of these? Or is that what the Spikecross 3 CS is for?

          Yeah, I would go with the Spikecross 3 CS if you are looking for waterproof capabilities. The shoes are virtually the same. The lugs on the outsole of the Fellcross are a little longer, but you may not be able to tell a difference.