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Salomon Speedcross 4 are designed for wet

Postby Prampern » 20 Jun 2017, 19:08

The salomon speedcross 3 damen sale is arguably one of the most distinguishable shoe in trail running. It's the Ferrari of the trail shoe world - sleek, lightweight and gripping on every turn. I was fortunate enough to be able to test and review the new Speedcross 4.after testing the Speedcross on the dry trail conditions of Lion’s Head, I was impressed with its comfort and support.

Developed for winter trail running, the salomon schuhe günstig kaufen lugs give you that necessary traction on muddy trails and snow covered landscapes. The new Wet Traction outsole also grips better in wet conditions on multiple surfaces. It's made of a more durable rubber compound, which will give you more miles than the previous model.

The midsole is where things get really interesting. salomon speedcross 4 damen have gone with what they call Light Weight Muscle technology in the midsole foam. The EVA moulded foam is purpose-built to prevent collapse. This is a big advantage in terms of the shoes' durability.It has a very plush midsole for comfort and cushioning. The foam does well to disperse the pressure throughout the sole, protecting the heel and achilles. It's light enough for short, fast efforts, yet comfortable enough to go the long distance.

salomon schuhe damen sale calls this technology 'Sensifit Upper' and is meant to "wrap the foot with a precise and secure fit". It is really precise. So precise that I would recommend trying the shoes on before buying a pair. I personally would go half a size bigger to ensure the fit is still accurate but also not too tight.

Salomon generally offer amazing grip and the salomon schuhe herren outlet shoes are no different. I like that these shoes are designed for wet and muddy conditions, with large lugs for grip, but on a dry technical surface they offer a soft cushioned feeling with every step. I'm excited to take these shoes into the mountain on my next snow hunt.
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