Salomon XR Crossmax Neutral - Women's

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Salomon's XR Crossmax Neutral page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Salomon XR Crossmax Neutral trail-running shoes provide an ideal platform for high-mileage runners looking for 1 pair of shoes to take them from the street to the trail and back again.


The Salomon XR Crossmax Neutral Women's Shoe is a high mileage training shoe for neutral runners who want one shoe from door to trail.


Lace up the Salomon XR Crossmax Neutral Trail Running Shoe when you are training for a long distance run The Crossmax will support your foot from the front porch to the mountains and back Contagrip for lightweight traction and durability on rocky and uneven surfaces OS tendon provides increased heeltotoe transition for improved takeoff Diecut Ortholite EVA sock liner provides extra cushion and maximum comfort Molded EVA midsole provides extra stability and more comfort for your endeavors Quicklace system with SensiFit disperses pressure across your foot evenly to prevent rubbing or hotspots Womenspecific last supports your foot


On Sale. Free Shipping. Salomon Women's XR Crossmax Neutral Shoe The SPECS Weight: (Size 7 US) 280G/9.9 OZ Upper: Friction free lace eyelet, Sensifit, Lace pocket, Sensiflex, Quicklace Women's specific last Stretch air mesh Lining material: Textile Midsole construction: TRIPLE DENSITY Molded EVA Outsole construction: Contagrip LT, Contagrip HA, OS Tendon Sockliner: OrthoLite

- Moosejaw

Salomon Women's XR Crossmax Neutral

previously retailed for:
$51.99 - $149.95

The Salomon Women's XR Crossmax Neutral is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 31, 2015 at REI.

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