Salomon Men's XA Pro 3D Mid LTR GTX Hiking Shoe,Bayou Green/Black/Seaweed Green,7 M US
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- Leather and textile
- Rubber sole
- 3D advanced chassis support
- SensiFit system
- Dual-density molded EVA
- Gusseted tongue
- Quicklace system with lace pocket
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This mid-height, multi-function trail shoe is ideal for fast hiking or trail running on rugged terrain.
Salomon was born in 1947 in the heart of the French Alps and the birthplace of modern alpinism. Driven by a passion for skiing and design innovation, Francois Salomon and his son George designed and perfected much of the first modern ski equipment. During the following 60 years, Salomon's commitment to innovative design and passion for mountain sports created a vast range of revolutionary new concepts in boots, skis and apparel and brought innovative solutions to footwear, apparel and equipment for hiking, adventure racing, mountaineering and trail running. Through performance-driven design, Salomon enhances mountain sports by converting new ideas into action and expanding the limits of possibility.
- Package Dimensions: 12.6 x 9.4 x 4.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds
- ASIN: B00AKBAD6A
- Item model number: XA Pro 3D Mid LTR GTX-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 14, 2013
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top customer reviews
If I could, I'd give em 10 stars.
Some earlier reviewers have claimed that the soles wore out very quickly on these boots - that was not my experience, I had over two years of almost daily use out of my last pair which I think is pretty good for a fairly lightweight boot.
On thing to point out is that these are very stiff and quite uncomfortable out of the box, but will quickly soften and mould to your feet - don't return them based on the feeling for the first day or so.
This model has leather parts on the the upper (presumably signified by the LTR) - if I'd known that I would have returned for the non-leather model, but it will be interesting to see how it stands up in long term use.
Call me stupid but the instruction for the laces confused me. You're supposed to tighten them and tuck them in a pocket on the tongue. It appeared to me that the instructions were suggesting I roll them up. I did that for a while until I noticed the pocket. I just want to save someone else from feeling stupid.
Now i get the 9. and its close to being to big. if it weren't for the heel spurs from alpine skiing, it would definitely be a 8.5, and close to an
8.0. Even the same size can fit a 1/2 size different. Frustrating, but free returns and shipping is a must so no big deal.
The shoes are awesome, and fit well after an hour. just with a thicker sock, or two insoles. One being an orthodic.
I must say this is the most I've ever paid for shoes $144, and its no better than the adidas I spent $40 on in 1980.
Is this the award for globalization, an extra c-note and 1/2 day of work for the same product. Oh well !!11