Salomon XT Wings 2 GTX: Trail Running Shoes Review


If you want the rock-solid side-to-side stability of a mountain runner, Gore-Tex for mud stomping, and extra armor for nasty trails, you're going to pay a slight weight penalty. But we still loved the snug heel and arch (for good agility) and wide forefoot (to accommodate swelling on descents). 10.9 oz.
TAGS: one-pull laces, mountain goat

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