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2019-10-07

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Winter Gear

RUNNING

9 reasons to buy

  • Many runners loved the look and design of the 3rd version of the Salomon Speedcross.
  • The upper unit felt snug, but it didn’t strangle the foot; according the several testers, the fit was adequate.
  • It didn’t look bulky or overwhelming, which satisfied numerous trail runners.
  • The quick lacing system received a lot of praise because it allowed runners to adjust the fit quickly and easily.
  • Some consumers noted that the upper fabrics were able to stave off moisture satisfactorily.
  • The trail-optimized tread of the outsole unit provided reasonable grip on a variety of surfaces, according to trail runners.
  • The durability of this running shoe was commended by those who wrote that it stayed intact even after many off-road adventures.
  • Many reviewers wrote that the underfoot cushioning system of this version was reliable.
  • This shoe felt lightweight to a lot of consumers.


3 reasons not to buy


  • Sections of the upper unit started to peel off, according to a tester; they wrote that it placed doubts when it comes to its overall durability.
  • The lacing system broke apart, reported a runner; they also added that putting on a new set of laces was difficult when it came to the Speedcross 3.
  • It felt narrow for a few runners.


Bottom line


The Salomon Speedcross 3 performed well, according to the comments of many runners. This trail shoe was able to take many testers on adventures and contests and they felt comfortable and secure while wearing it. They welcomed its trail-specific features because it allowed them to traverse different types of topography with ease. Contrarily, a few didn’t think that it was very durable and some felt that it was tight


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