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Salomon Supercross Trail Running Shoe - Men's

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Supercross Trail Running Shoe

Cinch down the Quicklaces on the Supercross Trail Running Shoe and head out the door to explore your favorite wild places. Whether you're running laps around an urban park or tackling a steep trail up a nearby mountain, the Supercross keeps you agile, comfortable, and protected. This lightweight shoe has a precise foothold thanks to the SensiFit and seamless upper that comfortably wraps your foot as you run. Underfoot, an OrthoLite footbed manages moisture and offers cushioning while an EnergyCell midsole provides you with energy return through each step. For protection, a durable ripstop upper reinforced with a protective toe cap guards against trail debris. As you run and explore wild places, the sticky rubber soles with chevron lugs ensure you can confidently charge across the changing terrain.

  • Versatile trail running shoe to keep you agile in wild places
  • Durable ripstop uppers withstand the rigors of logging miles
  • Welded SensiFit uppers wraps your foot for a comfortable fit
  • Protective toe cap guards against sticks and rocks on the trail
  • OrthoLite footbed manages moisture for a comfortable in-shoe feel
  • Durable EnergyCell midsole provides energy return with each step
  • Sticky rubber soles and chevron logs offer reliable traction
  • Quicklace closure allows rapid fit adjustments throughout your run
  • Item #SAL01PE

Upper Material
synthetic ripstop, protective toe cap
OrthoLite diecut
Contagrip TD
Support Type
Heel / Forefoot Height
29 / 19mm
Claimed Weight
[single, size 9] 10.9oz
Recommended Use
trail running
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great comfortable shoe

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 2"
250 lbs

I’m 47.5 typically 12.5 also I have wide feet. They fit perfectly I put about 10 miles a week on these shoes since I got them. The lug tread grips well and speed lacing makes the my go to over other shoes. Fast on and off. Admittedly I was skeptical of the lacing at first. Lite and breathable. *I do treat all my outer wear and gear with 303 for extra water proofing.

>Rating: 4

Good shoe for me

I've put it through the wringer
Runs small

This is a great shoe for my feet. It does fit a little narrow, which works for my narrow feet. Love the grip on both the uphill and downhill. I enjoy the lacing system as well as it is convenient and easy to use. Will for sure by another pair, just might upgrade to the Gore tex version.

>Rating: 2

Totally wrong size

I've used it several times
Runs small
Size Bought
250 lbs

This is a beautifully made shoe. It's quality materials are well put together in a rather pleasing form. It's grippy as hell – it's genuinely difficult to slide in them. The lugs get rid of dirt quickly, and they're comfortable on the road, too. But: I know shoe sizing quite well across many brands because I have wide feet, and I ask a lot of my shoes. I know that I'll need a 12.5 or 13, and if I'm in doubt, I'll go 13 to get that extra width, and deal with a little extra room in the toes – and some brands the 12 would be too short anyway. Salomon's Supercross' were touted as a wide-fitting shoe everywhere I could find, but I went with the 13 just to be sure. It's just totally wrong. It's snug, _almost_ too tight across the midsole. I can feel it pinch then ache after a couple miles. So, it's not a wide- fit at all. It fits about as well as a normal 12 — a size smaller. But, it's way, way too long. I've got well over 2cm (maybe 3!) of room between my toes and the end. So, it catches, and I'm forever kicking things and tripping. Now, I've developed bad blisters on my heel, from all this slop, and tightening the (rather cool, actually) laceless system down tighter just reminds me of how narrow it is in the middle. It's really bad, and I don't understand how this isn't the first thing in all the reviews: "Hey, these will only fit your feet if you order a size down; and have very, very narrow feet." The very reason I bought these was because they're said to be wide. Maybe everyone meant wide, when standing sideways? As in , what most people mean by, you know: "long?"