Salomon XA Pro 3D W

 

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Light Onyx Dark Cloud Softy Blue - 4

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Women's Trail Running Shoe

 The Salomon XA Pro 3D W is a lightweight shoe suitable for walks and trail running with a breathable fast-drying mesh upper which will keep your feet comfortable and cool.  For this reason many of our customers use the XA Pro 3D W as a comfy travel shoe, when visiting countries with hot climates in particular.

A deep non-marking Contagrip sole and EVA cushioned mid-sole give you the performance you need.  The EVA is dual density - it is a mixture of injected EVA and compresssed EVA. The XA Pro 3D W might feel harder underfoot compared with other running shoes but it has very good durability and so it is very good for long-term use.

Also has a single pull lace system for quick on and off. The top of the lace stores into a pocket at the top of the tongue to keep things tidy.


  • Breathable mesh upper
  • Contagrip sole
  • Dual density EVA midsole
  • Weight: 350g/ UK5.5
  • Midsole height: 21mm/11mm

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