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Salomon Speedcross 4 Trail Running Shoe - Women's

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    50 Reviews


    Mondo trail breakfast.

    While you're more of a granola-and-yogurt kind of breakfast person, you're not opposed to devouring some rocks and roots post granola snacks. And with the help of the Salomon Women's Speedcross 4 Trail Running Shoe, you're able to tackle your choice in breakfast fuel with zest. 

    The Speedcross features a breathable mesh upper complete with synthetic overlays for torsional support, while the DWR treatment and mud guard prevent puddles and light precipitation from soaking your socks. The SensiFit upper offers a snug, comfortable fit so you can forget about hot spots and chafing caused by oversized or undersized shoes. Additionally, the QuickLace system provides a speedy and secure way to obtain a personalized fit in a cinch, and the discrete lace pocket enables you to stash excess drawcord so you don't have to worry about tripping up and over roots mid stride. An Ortholite footbed and dual-density EVA midsole assure shock attenuation and a responsive, energetic feel. And a recently updated, rugged Contagrip outsole provides unrivaled traction and stability on scree, mud, and slick rock.

    • Rugged trail running shoe for technical trails
    • Breathable mesh upper boasts synthetic overlays and DWR treatment
    • Anti-debris upper and mud guard keep sediment at bay
    • Gusseted tongue further prevents debris infiltration
    • QuickLace features low-profile, lace pocket for excess drawcord
    • Ortholite footbed and dual-density EVA midsole assure support
    • Wet Traction Contagrip provides run-long traction
    • Item #SAL00SG

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    mesh, synthetic, DWR treatment
    removable Ortholite
    dual-density EVA, Lightweight Muscle, injected EVA
    Wet Traction Contagrip
    Support Type
    Heel / Forefoot Height
    31 / 20 mm
    11 mm
    Claimed Weight
    9.2 oz
    Recommended Use
    trail running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Solid but high arch

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It's a very sturdy shoe, but I had to take out the insoles as they hurt my feet on a hike. Think they're actually made for people with a high arch. Probably wouldn't have bought them if I knew they'd be like that. But without them, it's much better.

    Comfortable Fit

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I bought these for a friend and she loved them. She used them for a Spartan race and a couple of trails and told me that they were comfortable, light and kept her feet pretty dry. She also liked the quickdraw lace system.

    Sweet Trail Running Shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've had this product for over a year now and is still in good condition after thousands of trail runs. Its a great fit if you have skinny feet and are looking for something lightweight but still offers great grip. I would try this shoe one before purchasing to make sure it fits, since it is built for skinnier feet. This product lives up to all the descriptions and so far its the best trail running shoe I have found. I look forward to move shoes from this line in the future.

    A little large and too lightweight

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I bought these shoes hoping they would replace my existing hiking shoes. When they arrived, they were about half a size too big. I was also surprised that the back of the shoe fit very low on my ankle. I'm opting to exchange these for a shoe in the Adidas Terrex line instead. I like a little bit more stability when I'm on uneven terrain and these are very minimalist. Overall though, great quality and excellent traction!


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a replacement pair for my wife. The last pair she had was a previous version, so the shoe held up pretty long for her given that she replaces her other trail shoes every few months. The only downside is she is particular about which trails she uses these on as they can get run down with the traction. Definitely not a good option for a mixed trail/pavement route.

    Stands up to the test

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I am very picky about shoes because it is difficult to find ones that are both comfortable and technical while standing up the abuse I put them through. These are very comfortable and fit my feet well. They have decent padding, arch support, and a good heel back that doesn't rub my feet like some other trail runners. The grip is also very good, making them perfect for slick rock running and steeper terrain. I have not had these long enough to see how well they hold up, but my friend has the same version and has worn them constantly with no issues.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love my Salomon Trail Runners! Mine are from 2015, so they are not this current model, but they are the previous model to this! They are comfortable and the traction is awesome! I am new to trail running and they made my new experience, that much more enjoyable! (I bought a size 9, when I normally wear a 8.5)

    Quick & Nimble

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought these for my trail running days where I'm headed out to literally get some running and training in, away from the black ribbon and into the mountains. Once you've found the size that works for you (I purchased the same size as I have with my other Salomon (and other brands) trail running shoes and it has worked for me. My foot is medium-narrow and this wraps it well so that there's no wasted movement in the shoe; makes for better performance and nimble quickness when I'm dodging rocks and obstacles on the trail. The lugs are grabby and dependable. Great trail runners.

    Runs Large

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I had to return these before I could use them because they run larger than the version from a few years ago. I usually wear a 7.5 and I'll have to order a 7. Obviously I love them since I'm replacing them with the exact same shoe.

    Best trail running shoe out there!

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I bought these as a gift for my mother, however, i have a a pair as well and honestly love them so much i wanted to give these to her as a gift. They are SUPER comfy, have amazing cushioning. The traction is obviously another plus. I love days when i can get outside and run with these. The only down side is my mother has wide feet and i cant seem to find a size that would fit that without have it be too long. However, i sized a half size up for her in hopes it may over time widen to her feet. She hasn't complained so i am guessing it worked out. Overall i love these shoes!

    Your new favorite trail running shoe

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Love these shoes more than I love my cat, (or any cat for that matter). They are comfortable and sturdy, give me no hot spots, fit great and feel better! I'm an 8 1/2 shoe and wear a 9 to trail run in these babies. They got me started on simple trail running - flat, slightly rocky trails - and then followed me to the Snowbird Cirque series - a high intensity trail race.
    I recommend these to beginners and advance trail runners.

    Tackling Technical Terrain? No Problem.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The first pair of Speedcrosses I purchased were from an REI garage sale (in brand new condition, 2 years ago). After attempting a couple trail runs in them, I decided to use them solely (pun intended) for scrambles and approaches. They served me well. I've used them on countless 14ers in Colorado and technical peaks in Glacier National Park. The large lugs are perfect for technical terrain, they are comfortable (even over long distances), and the QuickLace system makes them extremely easy to size in a pinch. They also hold up incredibly well over time, I retired mine (after 2 hard years) only recently. I know many other people that trumpet them as their go-to minimalist hiker. Recently, I purchased my second pair and have been experimenting with using them as a trail runner again. I've found they are great for steep downhills and may end up using them for the Rut Mountain 50k next year. My only complaint is that the toe box is a bit narrow for my liking.

    Sizing: A bit large, I wear size 8 (just like the S-Lab Sense 6) -- This might be personal preference

    Meanwhile, Nike Kigers and Wildhorses, La Sportiva Lycans and Mutants, Hokas: size 8.5

    Tackling Technical Terrain? No Problem.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    There's a reason you see these shoes everywhere––they're rugged, comfortable, and versatile for outdoor fun in the mountains. My wife picked up a pair of these for trail running, but found they make a better hiking and approach shoe for her.

    She has fairly flat, medium-width, low-volume feet and said the toe box is WAY too narrow to spread/engage the forefoot, the high arch-support at the midfoot can can cause blistering, and the drop of the shoe is tough on her knees when it comes to running more than a mile or so on trails or pavement.

    However, when she's camping, hiking to crags, or on climbing trips, she LOVES the burly tread, easy on/off thanks to the QuickLace system, and the stability/precision provided by the rock plate and toe. They're a staple in her gear closet, but she'd recommend checking out brands like Saucony or Brooks for those with similar feet. She wears a W's 8.5/9 in street shoes, and a 9/9.5 in these––size up at least a half size in these for hiking, or perhaps a full size for running.

    Unanswered Question

    Not sure how to size this shoe? I wear a 9.5 for regular shoes. 10.5 for running shoes. Suggestions?? 10 hiking boots