Salomon Men's XA Pro Mid GORE-TEX Trail Running Shoes

NOW: $136.00 (20% off!)
Was: $170.00*

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Product Information:

With a supreme combination of minimal weight and a stable, customized fit, the Salomon® XA Pro Mid GORE-TEX® trail running shoe is ready for any adventure. With the Quicklace™ lacing system, just one pull of the laces and you get a precision fit with minimal effort. GORE-TEX® technology keeps water out for a comfortable run, and the Contagrip® outsole rips across terrain for maximum traction.

  • Quick drying breathable mesh upper
  • GORE-TEX® waterproofing technology seals water out so you stay comfortable on the trail
  • Molded, dual density EVA midsole with Pronation Control
  • Sensifit™ fit management system cradles the foot for a secure fit
  • Quicklace™ system with asymmetrical lacing gives a quick customized fit with easy on/off
  • Lace pocket on the tongue stows laces safely away
  • Gusseted tongue eliminates debris from entering the shoe
  • Protective rubber toe cap
  • Molded EVA footbed with Ortholite® sockliner creates a cool, dry environment
  • 3D Advanced Chassis™ provides supreme motion control
  • Non-marking Contagrip® outsole gives traction on all terrain
  • Style: L36678000
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Country of Origin: Vietnam
Web ID: 35576026

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great light hiking and all purpose trail shoes Note: This is a quick review of the Salomon Men's XA Pro Mid GTX shoes and not a review of the salesperson that sold them to me. These get 4 stars only because no one has solved the remaining problem with waterproof shoes: the more waterproof you make them, the less breathable they become. Gore-Tex still makes the best membrane so if you NEED waterproof, then a GTX shoe is the way to go. I love the lacing system on these. While not as simple as the dial on the TNF Boa shoes, these are quick and easy to get on and off. Great support in the mid foot and no heal pain. And they fit me in the toe box...barely. I can't wear Oboz shoes because the toebox is too narrow. I have to stick with Salomon, Merrill and Keen. My only reservation is the sole. I don't need a big, deep lug sole, but I do wear these are hard ground and paved surfaces some and I've heard the soles wear out fairly quick. We shall see. Until then, I would definitely be willing to own another pair...just not at $170! August 24, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Don't buy extra insoles Built in insoles. I have but after 150 miles on the Appalachian Trail i had to leave. I had a sales get me to buy insoles for the shoe you know the copper fits. I started walking around the house wearing them to the store and the back of the yard. Thinking breaking them in was getting difficult I persevere to prepare them for the 2,189 mile journey March 25 2016. The 100 mile mark I went to Franklin NC hurting like anything. Outdoor 76 outfitters has a team of outdoor lifestyle specialists that will straighten "me out real quick". Feeling like a sucker for walking the AT Trail with DOUBLE insoles i bought a size up suggested by the team at store and it was another Solomon but they were the best pair i tried out of three different brands. Go Figure. Solomon X-Ultra and happy feet for the next 50 miles. But damage was done to my knees they had suffered much. Now i am thinking of saving money for the 2017 AT hike. I spent a large sum set aside for this 2016 trek, oh well, funny i am still with Solomon. May 31, 2016
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