Quicklace - Easy on, easy off system for a secure and customised fit. Sensifit - Works to cradle the foot whilst providing a precise and secure fit. Contagrip - Outsole blends several different compounds of Contagrip rubber for the perfect mix of grip and durability across varied terrain. Agile Chassis System - Salomons low profile advanced chassis, placed between the outsole and midsole, maximises security, motion control, energy management and push through protection for a high performance, stable and responsive ride. AC Muscle 2 - A thermoplastic foam cushioning built in the AC Skeleton which lead to the transition from contact to the propulsive, maintaining lateral stability
The Salomon XT S-Lab 6 Softground Trail Running Shoes combine light-weight, performance fit and an aggressive outsole to create a trail running shoe that excel in a variety of conditions. An agile chassis system allows for a more response ride and sensitivity to energy efficiency. The Contagrip technology enables brilliant traction and stability and Salomon Sensifit ensures your run is both comfortable but flexible, moving with your foot rather than against it.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Salomon
- Title: Salomon S-Lab XT6 Softground Trail Running Shoes - SS15
- Color: Black
The Salomon S-Lab XT 5 Trail Running Shoes is among our selections within the baselayer apparel for men and women category. Here you'll find a range of upper and lower body baselayers. These garments are specifically designed for running. They offer a tighter fit than other garments, including standard running apparel. That's one reason they're typically so efficient at carrying sweat away from your body, helped by the hi-tech, superior wicking material that is now fairly common. These baselayers offer considerable insulation, yet are typically extremely thin and don't limit your movement. Last of all, our baselayers, which also offer loads of support, are made from premium material from the leading brand names. That typically means material such as merino wool, which is now a more and more popular choice.