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Salomon Women's Speedcross 3 Trail Running Shoe


Price: $70.97 - $168.49
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Firefly Green/Green Bean/Mystic Purple
  • Mesh
  • Rubber sole
  • Heel measures approximately 1.75"
  • Climashield technology for winter temperature protection
  • Aggressive winter-ready tread

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Salomon Women's Speedcross 3 Trail Running Shoe
Women's Speedcross 3

The Salomon Speedcross 3 Trail Running Shoe combines lightweight feel and stability to provide a comfortable running experience. Utilizing Salomon's Sensifit construction, this rugged trail racer features a low heel, water-resistant mesh upper, and tough mud and snow Contagrip outsole for enhanced performance in wet and muddy conditions.

At a Glance:
  • Water-resistant mesh upper reduces moisture buildup
  • Sensifit promotes smooth motion
  • OrthoLite foam footbed reduces friction
  • Rugged mud and snow Contagrip outsole for cold, wet conditions
  • Quicklace system for fast, secure lacing
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Breathable Mesh Upper Protects Feet from Water

The Speedcross 3 features a water-resistant mesh upper that provides ventilation to reduce heat and moisture inside your shoes. In addition, the fine mesh prevents debris from getting trapped between your foot and the footbed.

Sensifit for Smooth Movement

Salomon's Sensifit System cradles the upper instep, providing a precise and secure fit that promotes a natural rolling motion from heel to toe.

Mud and Snow Contagrip Outsole for Winter Weather

The Speedcross 3's rugged mud and snow Contagrip outsole has a flexible chevron tread that improves grip on wet, muddy, or snowy trails. A mudguard runs along the base of shoe for protection against dampness.

OrthoLite Footbed Keeps Feet Comfortable

The OrthoLite footbed is designed with cushioning foam to reduce friction, keeping your feet comfortable as you run. EVA in the heel provides extra cushion for heel striking.

Quicklace System for Optimal Fit

The Speedcross 3's minimalistic lacing system lets you tighten laces in one pull for a customized fit. A lace pocket keeps laces secure and out of your way.

What's in the Box

Salomon Women's Speedcross 3 Trail Running Shoe.

Trademark Information:
Contagrip®
OrthoLite®
Sensifit™
Quicklace™

Salomon created the SpeedCross 3 Trail Running Shoe for women who can't stand to run on the pavement when they race on foot. Comprised of lightweight uppers and a flexible midsole and outsole, this shoe offers ample protection from hazards on the trail and an aggressive design that helps you move fast. Slide your foot inside and you'll immediately fall in love with the contoured and supportive fit, and just a single pull of the QuickLace tab tightens the laces and locks your foot in place. Running on the trail means that you're bound to encounter some sloppiness, so Salomon gave this shoe water-resistant textile, a mud guard, and large, traction-happy lugs. Salomon divides its running shoes into a number of different collections: the XS for speed in all conditions, the XR for performance training, and the XT for all-terrain running. This shoe, the SpeedCross 3, belongs to the XS collection, which makes it ideal for blazing through tough terrain from late spring to early fall. Runners who want even more weather protection than this shoe offers might prefer the Speedcross 3 CS, which comes with a waterproof breathable membrane in the forefoot to keep your foot dry when you're faced with rain, mud, and the like.

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  • ASIN: B004LB4W6C
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 8 x 4 inches; 10.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 120572
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59 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Crusader Rabbit on November 23, 2011
Now, to be fair, this is first time I've ever really invested in trail running shoes other than Nike, Saucony & New Balance so there may be a better trail running shoe but let me tell you how I used them and how they held up.

I ran my first ever obstacle race last weekend (Spartan Sprint) in Malibu, CA. There were trail runs (uphill and downhill), wall climbing, crawling under barbed wire, running through waist deep water (and yes even swimming through an ice cold pond), fire jump, and other crazy obstacles. I bought these shoes a few days before the race and wore them twice before the big day.

The water resistant technology was awesome as one of the water crosses was right at the beginning of the race. By the time I got to the top of the trail my shoes were almost dry until I had to go through the water again. I liked the way the shoe pushed the water out and it didn't make my socks, shoes or feet squishy like regular running shoes would. These shoes are also mud resistant and good thing because there was a lot of mud that day. I didn't get any debris inside the shoes (I was also wearing wool sock), and I went through a lot of loose dirt, too and none of that got inside the shoe. No blisters, just total comfort.

I was so happy I bought these shoes. I didn't slide going downhill, and they gripped going uphill as well as when I had to scale walls (even greased up walls). I am thoroughly impressed.

When I got home from the race, my shoes were covered in mud and since you can't put them in the washer I just scrubbed them with a soft brush and clean water and they came out as good as new. I let them air dry and I took out the soles to let them air dry, too. I think for any trail running I do, especially obstacle course racing, I will stick with these. Pretty awesome shoe. I am female, and I own the size 7 in the black/teal color.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Emily L. on June 20, 2012
Color Name: Aluminum/Autobahn/Rubis-XSize Name: 10 B(M) US Verified Purchase
I love these shoes.

They are well made, have a very comfortable heel, plenty of room in the toe box, broke in quickly and conformed to my foot. I really like the lacing system and the toe cap. I tend to stub my toes near the end of trail runs, and this has saved me from several black toes.

I recently wore these in the Tough Mudder. I was one of the few people that wasn't slipping and sliding all over the place. Traction is terrific in almost any terrain, though they obviously aren't shoes for serious road work. The laces kept them on my feet in the worst of shoe-sucking mud pits. The clasp on the laces did get gunked up and made it difficult to remove the shoe, but worked just fine once the mud was rinsed out.

I do occasionally have some issues with rocks getting into the heel (running downhill on gravel is the worst), but all shoes would have that problem so I won't hold it against them.

They won't keep your foot from getting wet, but they dry very quickly and don't hold water in like some of my previous shoes. (I'm looking at you, Nike Shox.)

They cleaned up very easily. Just rinsed off the worst of the mud and gravel and threw them in the washer. Presto.

These won't be the greatest in the winter because they are too breathable.

They don't have a lot of arch support, but there is plenty of room to add if needed.

If you are looking for a great trail shoe, I'd highly recommend these. Definitely well-made and worth the money.

***UPDATE***
I've worn these shoes for over 50 miles of trail races and countless training miles. While I see a little wear on the lugs, they are still in nearly new condition. The laces and slider have held up well and the shoe itself still looks and feels great. Don't even think I'll need a new pair for racing season this year. Definitely have held up very well!!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Pearson on May 27, 2012
To be fair, I have to start this review by saying I am NOT a competitive trail runner. I am a recreational hiker, and this occasionally takes me across some sketchy terrain where my Nike Frees were really not getting the job done, and actually have put me in danger more than once. But for the saving grace of prior gymnastics training, I would have busted my ass at least 3 times that I can think of thanks to the lack of grip.

It was the most recent near-ass-busting that sent me to REI to try on any and all trail runners they had. A friend of mine works at REI in Sacramento, and she had recommended NOT to get a true hiking shoe/boot, but a trail runner, since I prefer a more lightweight shoe. So I did a ton of research online and hit up the stores. REI did not have what I originally went in for, but I tried on several pair including 3 different Brooks and these Salomons. Right away these felt like they cradled my foot perfectly and gave good support and cushion. Most importantly, the tread on these suckers is FIERCE. I balked at the price at first ($125 @ REI, yikes), and tried on a few others there and elsewhere but I ended up going back for these (wish I had waited and gotten them at Amazon, looking @ the price).

I didn't realize til I got these home and started reading about them online that they are a competition shoe. So maybe I look like a tool out on the trails, I dunno...but they are worth it. The tread grip is unbelievable, and the sky is the limit as far as distance is concerned because they are so supportive and comfortable. They also work okay for flatwater kayaking (where you may encounter *some* water but are unlikely to get turned over) because they are waterproof...
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