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Cross Pro Trail Running Shoe
Your favorite mountain trails aren't always graced with sunshine and dry weather. When you've got an upcoming race to train for, you need every day you can get. Wear the Cross Pro Trail Running Shoe for traction and support when soft dirt and sticky mud threaten to trip you.
- A trail runner for training and racing on soft, muddy trails
- Water-repellent material helps feet stay dry and comfortable
- Sock-like upper with MULTI-FIT tech delivers a personalized fit
- Matryx exo-skeleton supports and stabilizes on tricky terrain
- EVA foam in midsole provides shock attenuation on harder ground
- Contragrip compound give the outsoles good traction on mud
- Strong, minimalist laces tighten in one pull for easy on and off
- Item #SALZ94X
- Upper Material
- molded EVA
- Contagrip TA
- Support Type
- Heel / Forefoot Height
- 29.5mm / 21.5mm
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- trail running
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
September 20, 2020
Love the shoe Don't love the fit
- I returned this product before using it
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 6` 2"
- 190 lbs
I am a Salomon junkie.. Speedcross 3,4,5 are my go to shoes. I was super excited to see the new Cross Pro. Love everything about the shoe, but it just doesn't fit my foot. The exoskeleton hits just in the wrong place and rubs the side of my foot. I would love to try my next race in these, but No Bueno...
August 30, 2020
New Go to for Steep Variable Trails
- I've used it several times
- Runs small
I have been doing more trail running during Covid. I run out in the pacific NW, generally doing 5-10 miles in the mountains. Melakwa lake has been my recent favorite area. I started with Nike Terra Kigers, Salomon speedcross v, now these. The Nike’s were more cross country. The speed cross was good but still lacking mid foot stability on the downhill. I looked for shoes with a mid foot strap, no luck. Then I heard about these. They have great aggressive treads, the best mid foot stability for the downhill, and still quite comfortable. The treads give good bite on the uphill. I hope Salomon continues this line. Not sure it’s possible, but I could still use more forefoot lateral stability. The inline stability is perfect. I could use a small section of the middle of the sole to be designed for grabbing rock edges and roots (not just more large knobs). Also, any color but black, they suck up sun. Best trail running shoes I’ve used for steeper mixed terrain.