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XA Pro 3D

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Salomon’s XA Pro 3D is a heavy duty trail running shoe that has been around, with various updates, for years. It is very heavy and firm for a running shoe, and I use it as a low light hiker. It’s available with a waterproof/breathable membrane, but I like the no-membrane version for it’s very good breathability. Very good traction, support, foot protection, and durability, plus an interesting lacing system, make this a winner. The non-waterproof version’s availability in wide sizing was… Full review

Quest 4D 3 GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Salomon continues to up its game with the Quest 4D 3 GTX backpacking boot! Durability, stability, and rigidity, while increasing all-day comfort and stylish appearance! Salomon Quest 4D 3GTX Review My constant search for the perfect backpacking/hiking boot (for me) is complete! I have purchased and used many quality name brand footwear for rugged trail and backcountry trips, but to my feet they have all been found lacking. One brand may offer a wider toebox, another higher ankle support, another… Full review

Speedcross 4

rated 5 of 5 stars There is a reason it is the best selling shoe in the line. A review of Salomon shoes: The Ultra (Ultra 3 GTX) The Speedcross The Odyssey The Ultra has a great arch support last (the "last" is the framework style of the shoe) but is too narrow for me. I used a pair for a section hike. It gets great reviews (consider no ulr) for an example). If it just were not so narrow, I'd be wearing them to hike now. But my feet hurt every night when I wore them on a section hike. They do make the Ultra in a Mid… Full review

Sense Mantra 3

rated 3 of 5 stars Be sure you order a full size larger than you wear. These are made in France so the sizing is a little different. Shoe sizing is a little different, so make sure to get a size larger than normal. Lacing is simple and holds well. Not much break in needed. Full review

Speedcross 4 GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Awesome! Did a 25-mile 2-day hike with a 36lb. pack. These shoes were fantastic. When my feet did get wet but not soaked they would dry quickly. To dry out my shoes overnight I took out the soles and put crumpled paper inside. My feet felt great, the traction was very good, and the wet traction I would give an 8 out of 10. I will be taking these on my Haute trail trek. I did have to retighten the shoes twice through out the day. My normal summer shoe size is 10.5, I had to go with 11 because the… Full review

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