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Salomon Trailster GORE-TEX™ Trail Running Shoes, £64.98 delivered @ sportsshoes (5.25% premium TCB)
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Salomon Trailster GORE-TEX™ Trail Running Shoes, £64.98 delivered @ sportsshoes (5.25% premium TCB)

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Posted 28th May

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If you have TCB premium you can claim 5.25% off making the price £56.84, with delivery £61.83. This is a GORE-TEX™ trail running shoe. No Vibram™ under sole unfortunately. Most sizes are available.

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FEATURES:

  • Mesh upper - Lightweight protection.
  • GORE-TEX - Offers breathability and waterproofing.
  • EnergyCell technology - Dampens vibrations and displaces shock, giving incredible energy return.
  • EVA ortholite footbed - Gives exceptional cushioning and support.
  • Recycled Materials - Made from recycled tire content to protect the environment.
  • Contragrip rubber outsole - Offers traction on a variety of terrains, both wet and dry.
  • Midsole toe height - 19.5mm.
  • Drop - 10mm
  • Weight - 316g
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Lots of marketing terms but they look very "Generic" to me.

Used Salomon in the early 2000's but I don't see anything in their current line-up that makes me think they're worth the money they're asking now.
Roger_Irrelevant28/05/2020 02:32

Lots of marketing terms but they look very "Generic" to me.Used Salomon in …Lots of marketing terms but they look very "Generic" to me.Used Salomon in the early 2000's but I don't see anything in their current line-up that makes me think they're worth the money they're asking now.


I've been abusing my Speedcross 3 for a few years now and they are absolutely unstoppable. I've done 3 tough mudders in them as well as many miles of trails. But I think you are right about the price. I certainly wouldn't pay full. I was however happy to pay the £60 I did. Don't know about these but I can certainly recommend the speedcross range.
taffyraptor28/05/2020 03:02

I've been abusing my Speedcross 3 for a few years now and they are …I've been abusing my Speedcross 3 for a few years now and they are absolutely unstoppable. I've done 3 tough mudders in them as well as many miles of trails. But I think you are right about the price. I certainly wouldn't pay full. I was however happy to pay the £60 I did. Don't know about these but I can certainly recommend the speedcross range.


Ditto speedcross 4. Think I got them for £65 end of last year. Excellent luggs and quality. These look more generic than speedcross. A budget model perhaps?
Edited by: "James_R" 28th May
Roger_Irrelevant28/05/2020 02:32

Lots of marketing terms but they look very "Generic" to me.Used Salomon in …Lots of marketing terms but they look very "Generic" to me.Used Salomon in the early 2000's but I don't see anything in their current line-up that makes me think they're worth the money they're asking now.


Salomon 20 years back were the dogs. I've watches their products slide downhill over time. They were one of the first brands to virtually stop using leather a long time ago. Don't know much about them, but the end products are what matters. Heat for the price, but they don't make 'em like they used too.
Edited by: "bobbitchin" 28th May
Great price for these, owned some myself. Would recommend for walking not really for running in tho
How’s the grip on the Speedcross ones in wet weather? I’ve had ones where the grip totally disappears in the slightest moistures
BigTool4U28/05/2020 19:11

How’s the grip on the Speedcross ones in wet weather? I’ve had ones where t …How’s the grip on the Speedcross ones in wet weather? I’ve had ones where the grip totally disappears in the slightest moistures


I use mine to run through fields and muddy tracks in woodland with tree roots and loose rocks. They are very good in the wet in this terrain as the lugs are quite deep and chunky made from quite rigid rubber/plastic so seem to cut into any mud quite well. That being said the shoe doesn't compress much and there's no foam that I'm aware of. I'm still using them at the moment even though the fields and the tracks are bone dry as they've got good ankle support and are a good fit for me (think I went a size up) the lace up mechanism is quite handy too. Never really run on a tarmac surface with them in the rain but I've been able to run 10k road and mud runs comfortably. They aren't water proof either.
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