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Salomon Outline Hiking Shoe - Men's

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    3 Reviews


    Outline Hiking Shoe

    Not every trip to the trailhead has to be an epic and grueling adventure, sometimes just hitting the trail with a furry friend after work is all you need to feel good, the Salomon Outline Hiking shoe is built for days like this. The lightweight upper wicks moisture and breathes to keep your feet cool and dry, while the EnergyCell midsole provides the all day support and comfort needed when going straight from the office to the trails.

    • Casual hiking shoe that goes from office to trail with ease
    • Lightweight and breathable upper keeps your feet cool and dry
    • EnergyCell midsole provides cushion and support on the trail
    • Ortholight sock liner boosts support and fit for all day comfort
    • Flat laces lock your foot in and stay tied throughout the hike
    • Contagrip outsole is durable and can grip many different surfaces
    • Item #SAL01AE

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    synthetic, textile
    Ortholite diecut
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    casual, hiking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Great Casual Hiker

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 5'7"
    • Weight: 175lbs

    “I was given this product from Backcountry, but this review Is my personal opinion. I was excited to recieve the Salomon Outline hiking shoe after being a huge fan of Salomon products. I own and regularly use around 5 other footwear products from Salomon. And of course these did not disappoint. My first impression was they had a great fit and seemed very light right away. I have put right about 30 miles on them and other than being extremely dirty they are still in like new condition.

    The size seems true and was a perfect fit. they fit like all other Salomon shoes. I tried them for trail running as well as causal hiking and found for me they are better suited as casual hikers. However they do have great traction and the lugs and you will not have to worry about slipping.

    This a great shoe that should last a very long time. I think it would be the perfect shoe for the light trail runner or the person who is just looking for a causal hiking shoe that will be comfortable and give you great traction. This shoe breathes extremely well and your feet will never overheat. I would defiantly recommend these shoes.

    Great Casual Hiker

    Gets It Done Depending on Preferences

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 9.5
    • Height: 5'8"
    • Weight: 135lbs

    I received the Salomon Outline shoes for a tester from Backcountry, though this review is my 100% honesty. I took the shoes out on the mountains of Colorado for a few weeks of runs, accumulating about 80 miles in my total testing. As a trail runner, I treated these as a trail running shoe. The first thing I noticed is how lightweight these are for a trail shoe, coming in at 11.6 ounces. The 5mm lugs handled rocks well on both uphill and downhill, both on mud and wet rock. I was impressed with the traction. When going downhill, I was a bit weary of technical trail (i.e rocks, roots) as the side-to-side stability was not 100%. That being said, I never rolled an ankle, but I prefer something with perhaps a lower stack or wider outsole.

    These shoes have a pretty high drop at 9mm. I am somebody who usually is in 0-4mm drop and 9mm was a bit too much for my feet. After a few miles they were getting sore from utilizing muscles I’m not used to using with such high drop.

    They have a narrow fit to them, especially in the toes (Salomon clearly states this). If this is how you want to rock it, excellent! For me, I like something a bit wider. No points deducted from the shoe for this, as it is preference.

    The shoes are stiffer than most low cut trail shoes I’ve tried. While this may be just another preference point, I felt they need just a bit more “give” to perform how I want. I could feel the bumps on the trail beneath, and they felt “flat” vs. cushy. This would be a concern on longer trail days.

    They are well ventilated. I took them through puddles and had no concerns with water sloshing around inside. The GTX version might be a good call if you plan for lots of puddles though.

    After far as durability, Salomon really does make a durable bunch of shoes. I’ve hit some rugged rocks and sharp corners in these and have no concerns with the seams blowing out. Similarly, I’ve put many hundreds of miles on the Speedcross model back in the day without them looking any different from day one. The durability holds true to Salomon expectation.

    Overall, I’m giving a 70% on these, with the main considerations being that I love the lugs and grip, love the lightweight, but feel the slightly questionable stability and stiffness/lack of cushion are the strongest detractors at least in my preferences.

    Gets It Done Depending on Preferences

    Casual Shoe

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 13
    • Height: 6'4"

    I was given this product from Backcountry, but this review is my personal opinion!

    I've only had a few hours to try out the Salomon Outline so far, but I'm not blown out of the water by the Salomon Outline. I know this shoe is marketed as a "wear it from the office to the trails" casual shoe, and I also might be fortunate enough to get to wear sneakers to my job, but I know I can accomplish any casual hike after work in my plain skate shoes that are my everyday drivers. Would I wear these to work? Probably not. Would I wear them to the trail? More than likely. Maybe I'm a different breed, but it's not a big deal for me to put on shoes for hiking after work, I'm not into the whole "looking like I spend time outdoors but actually play video games" thing.

    Anyway, semantics aside, I took them up to Neffs for a little spring ski tour/ hike to see how'd they perform. I knew the snow was low so there was going to be a lot of hiking up from the parking lot. It's a gravel road for the first half a mile or so, and the Outlines felt like a standard shoe to me, nothing more needed for gravel. Once I got into the woods a little bit more the snow started getting a little deeper, and I was honestly surprised with how well the shoe grabbed into the heavy, wet snow. Neff's is a pretty popular spot so luckily the track up had been set already and I had no problem stepping from footprint to footprint up the trail. Even stepping off trail and post holing, the Outline's held up well, but definitely let in water. Little disclaimer here, on short spring skiing objectives like this, I could honestly care less about falling into snow and getting my feet wet or muddy (I'm in it for the skiing), so if you're worried about getting your feet wet then maybe the Goretex version of the shoe would be better. The snow was a lot firmer than I was expecting so the entire uphill was spent in the Outlines and the firm footbed and aggressive tread pattern kept me happy on the way up.

    If you're going for a one shoe quiver, I guess the Salomon Outline would be the shoe to use, but I don't know anyone who only owns one pair of shoes. Use my review how you will, hopefully there's enough of a balance between opinion and real life performance. They're good hiking shoes for sure, and I'll be using them to hike, but the three stars stands, they truly are adequate for the job.

    I'll update this review as I get more miles on them!

    Casual Shoe