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Latest trends in footwear collection
18.04.2017 at 10:35:50
 
Wrapping to the foot with a precise and secure fit, Sensifit™ cradles the foot from the midsole to the lace system, providing a stable, precise, snug fit all around the system. Moulded into the shoe, reducing weight and brings more comfort. salomon schuhe outlet günstig exclusive technology comprising of an internal fit sleeve designed to hug the forefoot and improve feedback and foot wrapping.Offroad or "trail" shoes offer increased outsole traction and uppers with toe bumpers and reinforced stitching for more durability. The foot often sits slightly lower to the ground than usual for stability and responsiveness. Offroad shoes often have less cushioning than a road shoe because they're designed for softer surfaces. You should choose offroad shoes if you do a lot of off-road running and need shoes with extra traction, more durable uppers and extra protection from the terrain.
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The salomon speedcross 4 gtx damen has been around for a long time (in shoe years). In fact, we reviewed the shoe way back in 2012 and since then the shoe has remained largely unchanged – if it a’int broke, don’t fix it. This year however, Salomon has decided to update the extremely popular trail running shoe and so today we’re going to look at the 2016 Speedcross Pro.The outsole of the Speedcross is and always has been a pretty straightforward setup with 6mm deep, chevron-shaped lugs that are directionally arranged to account for ascending and descending. One of the issues with the lugs on the Speedcross 3 is that the perimeter lugs were cutoff when the rubber of the outsole ended, leaving only a portion of the full chevron behind on the edge. “What’s wrong with that?” you might ask, well, this means that the structure of the lug is compromised as well as reducing the amount of rubber in what are typically high-abrasion areas.
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