Retailers' Descriptions

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Explore new trails and re-discover your running potential with Salomon's XA Pro 3D XCR. The XA Pro easily adjusts for a wide range of feet sizes and trail running styles. GORE-TEX XCR complete's the picture to offer all-year weatherproofing.

- Mountain Gear

Description Of Salomon XA Pro 3D XCR - Women'sFor women not afraid to tackle the toughest of trails. Designed and developed by Salomon's adventurous women, the result is the world's best adventure running shoe for women.

- US Outdoor Store

The Salomon Women's XA Pro 3D XCR Trail Running Shoe gives you a killer combination of agility and stability for fast trail runs, then adds a Gore-Tex XCR membrane for increased weather protection. Salomon paired the 3D Advanced Chassis system (a plastic shank under the insole that controls twisting) with close-to-the-ground construction for stability. The system helps the XA Pro 3D XCR Trail Running Shoe stabilize your feet over uneven terrain, without losing energy from your stride. Built for moving quickly in less than ideal conditions, this Salomon trail runner is constructed using tough durable materials that'll take the beating of muddy runs and springtime slush. With Salomon's Quicklace system, a simple tug on the drawcord produces a snug, custom fit.

- Backcountry Outlet

Adventure racers and demanding trail runners will appreciate the waterproof performance of the Salomon X/A Pro 3D XCR shoes on rugged terrain. Breathable mesh uppers feature synthetic Sensifit™ overlays to secure instep and lock heels in place. Seam-sealed, extra breathable Gore-Tex XCR® construction with wicking nylon linings blocks moisture entry and offers enhanced breathability. Gusseted tongues help keep out trail debris; contoured Ortholite® insoles enhance comfort while controlling odor with an antimicrobial treatment. Kevlar® Quickfit™ asymmetrical lacing system takes just one pull for a precise fit; lace pocket hides lacing away for increased safety. Protective toe and heel caps guard against bumps and abrasion. Triple-density EVA midsoles deliver superior cushioning and pronation control for all-day comfort on the run. 3D Advanced Chassis™ technology uses a nylon flex control plate for protection and stability in 3 dimensions. Running Contagrip® rubber outsoles deliver optimal performance on mixed terrain even at high speeds. Women-specific lasting incorporates a narrow heel and low instep volume for comfort and a supportive fit. Closeout.

- REI

On Sale. Free Shipping. Salomon Women's XA Pro 3D XCR Shoe (Spring 2008) With its XCR bootie The XA Pro 3D XCR by Salomon is the top performing adventure running shoe to meet the rigours of running in harsh terrains. Consider yourself equipped. Specifications for the Salomon XA Pro 3D XCR:Weight13.4 oz (SIZE US 7 Ws) 15.5 oz (SIZE US 9 Ms) UpperWater Resistant textile Gusseted tongue Lace pocket Assymetrical lacing QuickfitTM lacing system Optimized fit for Women Mud guard Protective rubber toe cap SensifitTM Lininglining construction: Waterproof bootie construction membrane: Gore-Tex XCR Sole Constructionoutsole: Running Contagrip midsole: Triple density EVA sockliner: OrthoLite chassis: 3D advanced chassisTM

- Moosejaw

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 4 reviews for other versions of the XA Pro 3D XCR. Read all reviews »

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Discontinued

The Women's XA Pro 3D XCR has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$38.61 - $125.00

The Salomon Women's XA Pro 3D XCR is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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