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Salomon S-Lab Sense 5 Ultra SG Trail Running Shoe

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    Proven performance for dedicated ultra-runners.

    Got a thing for going the distance? Then you've found your new partner in the Salomon S-Lab Sense 5 Ultra SG Trail Running Shoe. Designed to perform in wet, soft ground conditions, this lightweight and low-drop ultra-racer has proven itself time and time again on damp forest trails and rainy race days.

    Lightweight materials and welded construction make this the lightest Sense shoe yet. Anti-debris mesh offers excellent breathability while keeping sticks and stones out of your shoe. The EVA sockliner and midsole cushion impacts and provide great rebound to send you from each stride into the next. A Mud and Snow Contagrip outsole ensures great traction on soft ground and slippery surfaces.

    • Welded anti-debris mesh upper
    • Quick-lace closure
    • EVA sockliner
    • Triple-density EVA midsole
    • Mud and Snow Contagrip outsole
    • Low drop
    • Item #SAL00LY

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    anti-debris mesh
    EVA sockliner
    triple-density EVA
    OS Tendon, ContaGrip
    Support Type
    Heel / Forefoot Height
    21 / 17 mm
    4 mm
    Claimed Weight
    [size 9] 9.2 oz
    Recommended Use
    trail running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Terrible durability and warranty

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    The shoe is a fine shoe. It rides well, feels fast, and has a very responsive, tight feel. The problem is the durability, and how truly awful Salomon's warranty policy department is. To begin, a MSRP $170 shoe should not ever, ever come with defects. But Salomon shoes can, and here’s what happens when they do: I tore the bottom of these shoes literally in the first two miles of use on completely normal trails with a couple rocks here and there. The shoe even had the tag still on them. Salomon's warranty department (after failing to respond to my emails for at least a week) was entirely dismissive of the product failure, stating, and I quote, "your product seems to have been caused by the fact that this is a soft ground shoe designed to be used on surfaces like grass, mud, and similar surfaces. This issue is not a warranty issue as this was the result of wearing the shoes on a different surface." So, unless you plan to use this shoe only on soccer fields, know that Salomon will tell you to pound sand if you get a defected shoe. I think it is entirely reasonable to expect a shoe company to have integrity when it has customers shelling out MSRP $170 for a pair of shoes – included in that price should be an insurance policy against duds. But, Salomon has no backbone, no integrity, and if you get a dud, don’t think that Salomon will care about you just because you spend a ludicrous amount on their shoe. This shoe is not worth your money, nor is this brand.

    Terrible durability and warranty

    Just posting because I've had the exact opposite experience with this shoe and saw this upon returning to buy another pair. Yes, the compound is soft as it is a SG shoe, but its not unusual for me to put 400-500 mile on a pair while running on every type of trail in UT. That said, if I were running on hardpark or very rocky trails exclusively, I would probably choose something else.