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When the trail gets
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muddy and rough, elite trail runners reach for the aggressively built Salomon Speedcross Pro. Now with an upcoming second model, Salomon introduces a few notable changes alongside the features that made it an exceptional option for fast running through the most difficult trails.Starting with the addition of a Premium Wet Contragrip outsole, the Speedcross Pro 2 should offer greater traction across wet trail surfaces. Additionally, this new update should be an ounce lighter in weight than its predecessor, due to the number reduction in outsole lugs from 38 to 30. Despite the reduction, the strategic lug placement should help the Speedcross Pro 2 continue to provide ample protection with sufficient grip over muddy, soft terrain.

If youre the
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type of runner who refuses to hop on the treadmill, even during the hairiest blizzard, youre going to want a shoe that is built to provide maximum traction. For that, the Salomon Speedspike CS is one of the best options on the market, due to its sticky rubber outsole and 15 individual carbide spikes. The shoe can easily penetrate ice and snow, and is built to help you run confidently though the messiest conditions. To help keep your feet dry and comfortable, the upper is built with a water-resistant membrane and anti-debris mesh that surrounds the entire foot.

For runners
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looking to traverse varied rocky terrain during the winter season, a shoe with versatile grip and a water-resistant upper can come in handy. While there are several trail options that offer water resistance, a more traditional trail shoe like the Cascadia 12 GTX is a popular choice for many runners due to its rock protection and traction. Paired with a Gore-Tex upper, the shoe will help keep your feet dry if you happen to run into wet winter conditions. Another trail option for the runner seeking a more natural running experience is the Altra Lone Peak 3.0 NeoShell. Featuring a specialized upper with a Polartec NeoShell lining, the 3.0 NeoShell delivers a weather-resistant barrier to help keep your feet dry from the elements, while also offering Altras zero drop design to allow for a more natural foot movement.

The XA Pro 3Ds are lighter and more
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breathable than any hiking shoe I have ever worn before. They didnt restrict me in any way and my feet generally felt comfortable in them. With a lightweight shoe as opposed to a boot I was concerned they might not offer an adequate level of protection, but my worries turned out to be misguided. Rarely an hour went by on trail when I didnt stub my toe on a rock or trip over an exposed root and each time the solid toe of the shoe meant that my feet remained in one piece. No broken toes. My only blister on the entire trail occurred right at the beginning after pushing myself too hard to reach Ziggy and the Bears, incidentally making my first 26 mile day.



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