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Salomon S-Lab Sense 6 SG Trail Running Shoe - Men's

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    Swiftness in shoe form.

    Favoring all-out speed, the Salomon Men's S-Lab Sense 6 SG Trail Running Shoe is suited for competitive trail runners seeking a minimalist platform that's both stable and supportive. Its low-to-ground design enhances tactile feedback of the trail surface, but without being as skimpy in the padding department as zero-drop shoes with smaller stack heights.

    It's packing Salomon's Energy Cell+ midsole, which is comprised of a lightweight foam that's incredibly firm and responsive underfoot. The firm padding means you'll stay protected from rugged trail surfaces—all without requiring the thicker profile of trail shoes with softer cushioning. In turn, this minimalist padding allows Salomon's engineers to shave excess weight, lending a featherweight sensation that's designed for swiftness above all else.

    The anti-debris mesh upper retains breathability and keeps out trail debris from detracting from your running experience. The QuickLace system offers a speedy solution to adjusting the shoe, securing with a simple pull and locking toggle. Along the sole, the Premium Wet Traction Contagrip grips aggressively across variable surfaces, ranging from packed forest trails to rocky alpine scrambles. This tacky rubber even treads over slippery rocks and roots, so you're not slipping uncontrollably in the wet.

    • Speedy shoe for competitive trail running
    • Minimalist platform is both stable and supportive
    • Low-to-ground design keeps you planted to the trail
    • Quick Lace system for fast adjustments and security
    • Mesh upper is light, breathable, and seals out debris
    • Energy Cell+ cushioning is firm and responsive underfoot
    • Premium Wet Traction Contagrip for unrelenting traction
    • Item #SAL00WH

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    anti-debris mesh
    die-cut EVA
    [sole] Premium Wet Traction Contragrip, OS Tendon, [chassis] Profeel film
    Support Type
    Heel / Forefoot Height
    Claimed Weight
    [size 9] 7.9oz
    Recommended Use
    trail running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Go for miles and miles

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 7.5
    • Height: 5'6"
    • Weight: 160lbs

    I have put over 200 miles on these shoes, there are some holes, but that is to be expected with this many miles on the trails. These shoes fit identical to all other Salomon shoes that I have owned, and similarly, no break in period.

    The quick lace on the trails is must, cinch down before your run and tuck the laces into the garage - you'll never have to worry about them coming loose or getting snagged on anything. Very light shoe with minimal drop, which I prefer. If you prefer more cushion, these might not be for you.

    Maybe if you prefer a curved last

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 13 US
    • Height: 6'1"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    I screwed up. I've had 4-5 pairs of the Inov8 xtalons in both the 212 and 200. Suddenly, the Internet is out of both, and I've worn my last viable pair down to lopsided road racing flats. What I like about the inov8s is the low heel-toe differential, light weight and superb stickiness on wet granite. Reluctantly I bought the Salomons because on paper, they matched my needs. Even at 25% off, they were more than full retail on the inov8s (which generally can be found on sale for under $100 if you tolerate weird color ways).

    The kitchen walk around should have had me packing them back up and saying thanks but no thanks. I've never tried on a running shoe with such an aggressively curved last. But, trying to be optimistic, I figured I'd give them a fair shot running.

    They are almost fine running straight up steep stuff, and the tread is almost as confidence inspiring on the descents of steep. Running on techie flatter trails sucks. My forefoot slides around enough that my feet ache after 4 miles or so? And my feet are covered in superficial shear blisters across my metatarsal heads and back 2+ inches.

    I've screwed around quite a bit with the lacing, but only way to reduce the shearing is to tighten them up to the point of causing intrinsic foot cramps.

    The Boa lacing is all gimmick in my opinion- it limits customized lacing patterns and changing the shoe volume in a non uniform manner.

    The upper seams quite nice, but way over engineered. Too many different fabrics and seams for limited purpose. The effect is that the shoes on the hot side. The upper on the inov8s doesn't look like anything special, but wears long enough for me to wear out the outside first. I would say that will be the same with these salomons. The outsole is wearing at about the same rate as the xtalons.

    I'm a little frustrated for not returning these immediately and am now 70 miles into them. I'm going to cut the boa out and traditionally lace them. I'm also going to try a little body glide on the soles of my feet pre-run and see what happens:(

    What can't these things handle?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 5'7"
    • Weight: 130lbs

    Putting the SG through some serious testing on the Pfeifferhorn. Email me directly with all your Salomon questions -

    What can't these things handle?