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Salomon XA Pro 3D Trail Running Shoe - Wide - Men's

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    Wield your wide field on the trails.

    Some people call them flippers. Some people call them fins. You call them wide feet and damn difficult to fit with a well-made trail running shoe. But search no further, you wide-footed running wonder. The Salomon Men's Wide XA Pro 3D Trail Running Shoe gives you incredible durability, unforgiving traction, and sinfully supple cushioning for all of your trail-bound ambitions. The asymmetrical lacing setup takes the pressure off the top of your foot, and the Quicklace system lets you tighten the laces with a single tug.
    The quick-drying mesh on top lets your foot breathe while providing a steadfast barrier against intrusive chunks of dirt or prying bits of gravel. Sensifit and Endofit technologies grab your foot and won't let go until you're loosening your laces after a punishing run that consumed 6,000 vertical feet. Asymmetrical lacing follows the natural contours of your foot and provides your foot and ankle with free range of motion. The 10mm drop protects heel strikes from hard landings without forcing midfoot strikers to alter their gait. The 3D Advanced Chassis system minimizes lateral rolling while smoothing the transition from footstrike to toe-off.
    Despite a relatively low profile, the XA Pro has a removable OrthoLite insole and ample internal volume to accommodate your custom-molded inserts. Lightweight and responsive, dual-density EVA fills out the entire midsole for a soft ride up and down the mountain. A protective toe cap lets you kick through trail clutter while saving your tootsies from run-ruining bruises. The seemingly thuggish lugs on the Contagrip sole grab first, and well, don't ever ask questions. Your grip on the ground is as good as it gets, even with your 4E flippers.

    • Mesh upper
    • Sensifit
    • Endofit
    • OrthoLite insole
    • Asymmetrical Quicklace system
    • 10mm drop
    • Dual-density EVA midsole
    • 3D Advanced Chassis
    • Rubber toe cap
    • Contagrip sole
    • Item #SAL3135

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    mesh
    Closure
    asymmetric lace
    Footbed
    OrthoLite
    Midsole
    dual-density EVA
    Sole
    ContaGrip
    Support Type
    stability
    Heel / Forefoot Height
    21 / 11 mm
    Drop
    10 mm
    Claimed Weight
    [single, size 9] 12.35 oz
    Recommended Use
    trail running, hiking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs small

    I tried the non wide version on in the store, and it was just a little too snug for comfort, but the store didn't have wide. So I purchased wide online, confident it would give that little extra I needed. Not the case, feels almost exactly the same as the non wide version, and all the reviews told me that, but I couldn't believe they would make a non wide, wide version. Lesson learned, and the shoes are returned. Otherwise very nice shoes and would have been perfect if they had just fit my waffle feet.

    Love it!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I first used this hiking over 10 miles climbing 2 fourteeners in July here in Colorado. This shoe took a beating and dried very quickly the little bit I got it wet. I loved how breathable and cool my feet were! It is wider than the a normal shoe, but not as wide as some wide sized shoes. I did buy a half size bigger than my athletic shoes as well.They were super comfortable until the last couple miles, then my feet started to hurt a bit. Not sure if it was just me not being in the best shape or the shoes.

    Agree: not wide.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 14

    I had the same experience as another reviewer here. I owned a pair of old XA Pro shoes (4+ years ago) which were not even a wide size, just the regular M. Those shoes fit good but I had to wear thin socks because they were just a touch narrow. Even so, they were my favorite pair of outdoor shoes I've ever owned.

    I saw that wide ones were now available and thought maybe shoe perfection now existed for me. I bought a pair of the new wide model and they are so narrow that there is no way I could wear them. They are actually narrower than a pair of Solomon Sense (non-wide) shoes I that already have, despite being sold as a wide.

    If Solomon checks up on these reviews, please make a real wide. These are narrower than your old medium size.

    Wide?????

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 10.5 Wide

    You must have feet of a ballerina to fit into these shoes. I had a pair of these shoes 3 years ago and I loved it until the shoe broke. I reluctantly had to give it up a few months ago. When I ordered the XA Pro 3D, I was so looking forward to it. When I got them, I was so excited and happy to be reunited with my favorite shoe re-born. Problem is I couldn't fit into these shoes (yes, into the so called wide shoes). I thought to myself, hmmm... maybe my feet is swelled up with the walking/running. I gave it a week and tried hard to love it. The shoe was just hard to get in and hard to get out... Salomon - Not sure what you guys were thinking? Please please fix this problem.

    Anyhow, the folks at Backcountry are amazing. I called them and told them about my problem. They understood and simply asked me to return the shoes for a store credit. Pretty amazing! Thanks Backcountry!

    All-around good trail runner

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10

    Lots of control in a variety of conditions (muddy, slippery grass, craggy rocks, etc.). No problems on running the steep downhills. I find that the lacing system is great, allowing me to fine-tune the fit as needed. Tends to absorb water easily and quickly: if you're mostly running in wetter conditions, I'd strongly recommend the goretex (GTX) version.

    Note that my feet aren't particularly wide, so I can't comment on how well it accommodates those with wider feet.

    Not Wide

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small

    Bought these because my Adidas Terrex wore out. I wanted to try something lighter. I've worn Salomon's in the past(regular width) and they fit okay(just needed a bit of stretching) to get them to fit my wide feet. These are actually narrower than a regular D width shoe. I'm use to my Adidas so I'm no stranger to tight fitting shoes.