Salomon S-Lab X-Series Review

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Salomon has provided some nifty information on “City Trails” and now they have a shoe to back it up. The Salomon S-Lab X-Series has a similar feel to the S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra, but it is definitely geared more to the road.

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The Contragrip in the sole is excellent for making tight turns and I wouldn’t anticipate any slipping. In fact, the sole is my favorite thing about the shoe! The shoe is excellent quality and has a stylish design.

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The shoe has a 23mm heel and a 15mm forefoot – an 8mm drop.

It uses the Salomon quicklace system for easy adjustments.

The size 10 weighed in at 8.6 ounces. I thought it felt similiar to my current road racing shoe. It’s actually .4 ounces lighter!

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It’s not all roses. This shoe retails for $160 on Running Warehouse and Zappos.

Pros:

– quality
– fit
– weight
– sole
– design

Cons:

– cost

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10 Responses to Salomon S-Lab X-Series Review

  1. Drew says:

    I’m really looking forward to these. I love Salomon trail shoes and always hoped they would make something suitable for the road.

  2. Joey says:

    I really want to try these out!

  3. I like the look of those if nothing else.

  4. These shoes are cool looking if nothing else!

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