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You've booked your Costa Rican vacation, now outfit yourself with the Salomon Men's Light Amphib 3 Shoe. This lightweight, collapsible shoe carries you through your canopy tour, rafting trip, hike to the waterfall, and other excursions in comfort. With a quick-drying upper, snug 360 Sensafit, and performance sole and midsole, this amphibious shoe was born for adventure.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

The Salomon Men's Pro Amphib Shoe can't decide if he's a shoe or sandal. All he knows is that he digs hiking, water sports, and travel. Five drainage ports and mesh panels make him breathe and drain water like a sandal, but he also provides the full protection of an athletic shoe. An adjustable heel strap and a heel panel that folds down for slip-on convenience add to the confusion. Like many of his Salomon brothers and sisters, he features the added convenience and performance of a one-pull draw cord lacing system and a grippy-when-wet Contragrip outsole.

- Backcountry Outlet refers to the men's version

Built for watersports, these quick-draining shoes are full of water-friendly features for performance in and around water. Single-layer two-way stretch airmesh uppers are lightweight, quick-drying, and offer support and durability. Quickfit™ lacing system cradles feet with one pull, ensuring a precise and customized fit. Lace pockets on tongues let you tuck laces up and out of the way to prevent them from catching on objects in the water. Adjustable, collapsible backs let you wear these with neoprene booties or socks if you choose. Adjustable heel straps let you snug heels in. Drainage ports ensure easy escape for water inside shoes. Contagrip® 2 rubber outsoles deliver optimal performance on mixed terrain.

- REI refers to the men's version

Dump those old running shoes you've been wearing down to the boat. Salomon's Pro Amphib Water Shoes give you the support and fit of a running shoe without the soggy and uncomfortable textile upper. The Salomon Pro Amphib Water Shoe features a two-way stretch mesh upper with drainage ports for fast drying in and out of the sun. A streamlined Quickfit lacing system makes it quick and easy to cinch the shoe fit and a lace pocket takes care of any potential loose ends. Like Salomon's earlier water shoes, the Pro Amphib Water Shoe features the patented convertible heel with adjustable heel strap for easy-entry versatility. If you're serious about your aquatic gear, the Pro Amphib Water Shoe is one of the best you can wear into the water.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Free Shipping. Salomon Men's Pro Amphib Shoe (Fall 2005) Pro Amphib Shoe by Salomon is features Innovative and technical the Pro Amphib is built for water sports while providing breathability and all day comfort. Weight 330 g Technologies Single layer 2-way stretch air mesh Allows for extreme breathability and quick drying for ultimate comfort Low Low-cut profile for freedom of movement Lace pocket Provides easy storage for the Quick Fit lacing system EVA molded foam Perforated and molded EVA foam provides excellent breathability and eliminates lace pressure Breakaway lace system Avoids the risk of tangling or snagging in marine or amphibious environments Quickfit lacing system Minimalistic and strong lace for one-pull tightening. Easy-on, easy-off. Patented convertible heel Salomon's convertible heel provides a patented option to convert your shoe to a comfortable, easy to use slide.

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

Salomon Pro Amphib 3


The Pro Amphib 3 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$31.70 - $85.00

The Salomon Pro Amphib 3 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 8, 2015 at Moosejaw.

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