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Trail Run-Ready: Shop Salomon® Shoes & Hiking Boots

Relish your run with Salomon train running shoes or hike the latest trail with Salomon hiking boots..

When you're ready to hit the open trail, do it with Salomon. Take on the off-road in Salomon's industry-leading trail shoes.

Hikers love the lightweight feel and lockdown fit of Salomon hiking boots. Runners log miles in Salomon trail-running shoes that maximize traction. Explore what Salomon has to offer:

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Find the Right Salomon Running Shoes for You

Off-road runners need enhanced shoes to take on unsteady terrain. That’s where trail running shoes come in.

Salomon trail-running shoes are crafted with aggressive outsoles and a more durable construction, features that help you go off the beaten path.

Stability is critical for trail-runners. Trail-running shoes are outfitted with more aggressive outsoles for grip on unpredictable surfaces. Some Salomon shoes feature lugs and spikes along the outsole to promote traction on muddy surfaces. The outsole of your shoe should feature dense rubber abrasion-resistant durability.

Salomon trail-running shoes also feature a stiffer sole and more durable upper to shield your feet from injury and bruising. Mesh paneling along the upper may compromise waterproofness but adds lightweight feel and breathability.

It’s the details that make a difference in your Salomon trail-running shoes.

  • A gusseted tongue prevents dirt and debris from penetrating your shoe.
  • EVA foam in the midsole of your shoe ensures cushioning without added weight.
  • Toe caps are a must for train runners, helping to prevent injury and boost the shoe’s durability.
  • Hiking boots and running shoes that feature a GORE-TEX® membrane have an added barrier against moisture penetration.

Wearing road-running shoes on off-road trails is not recommended. These shoes may not offer adequate grip and stability on more rugged terrain. The steeper and more challenging the terrain, the more support and structure is needed in your shoe.