Road feel, trail attitude.
Conquer singletrack you once couldn't imagine running with trail kicks that feel like your favorite road shoes. Lightweight and brimming with mesh, the Salomon Women's Sense Pro 2 Running Shoe doesn't look or feel like a bulky hiking shoe that sometimes likes to run. It's got streamlined speed laces to get you out the door quickly with a secure fit, and a cushy midsole with a rock plate and grippy tread to help you dig in when the trail turns loose and rocky.
In addition to lugs, the tread includes Contagrip rubber specifically designed to grip in wet, slick conditions, giving you the upper hand when slippery roots try to tug you off-course on rainy days. Salomon builds the Sense Pro 2 with a versatile 6mm heel/toe drop that's friendly to most runners, whether you're a heel striker or favor landing on your forefoot. The lack of extra support for overpronation means the Sense Pro 2 works best for runners with a largely neutral gait, but it's equally suited for long or short training days, and is made to excel on everything from wet mud to loose scree.
- Run new trails with the feel of your favorite road shoe
- Airy, seamless mesh uppers breathe continuously
- Platform works best for runners with a neutral gait
- Lugged sole and rubber outsole grip in wet conditions
- Rock plate adds stability and protection on rocky trails
- Item #SAL00SC
- Q & A
Minimalist but strong
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs large
Love these shoes! I transitioned from 5-fingers and other barefoot shoes, and these provide the perfect amount of protection without changing my natural stride. They are extremely light weight!
As always, salomon runs a little big so try these on before you order, if possible. The light blue color gets really, really dirty (but hopefully looks badass). For a very narrow foot these may be wide...speed lace has held up so far and stays snug, but it looks like you could replace it with thin, regular laces if it breaks. Good traction in the mud and on loose dirt for this light of a shoe, but if you're used to burly trail runners, they don't quite compare.