Men's Trail Running Shoes

Feature & Men Trail Running Shoes

    • 100% Synthetic
    • Imported
    • Rubber sole
    • Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
    • The fourth generation of our legendary Speedcross lug pattern is an even hungrier monster for eating up soft, technical trails. 
    • Feel one with the trail with a precise combination of Sensifit with Quicklace, performance last shape and endoFit. 
    • Just enough to provide protection for technical trail running yet with the strategically placed weather-resistant functionality of ClimaSalomon. 
    • Salomon 2 year limited warranty



Men’s Trail Running Shoes


The 4Th edition of this iconic running shoe turns the normal image of refinement on its head. Lightweight, highly cushioned and with Monster grip in soft conditions, the speed cross 4 cs delivers more raw fun than ever. AND it’s fully waterproof for year-round romps.
How to Buy Running Shoes. The shoe dramatically improves the comfort of a running shoe on local trails, forests or marathons. The right partner can help prevent accidents and injuries, and the wrong partner can increase the risk of injury. Buying the right running shoes is a good decision, especially for running enthusiasts. How much should I spend on sneakers? Sneakers start at $60 and go all the way up to $200 and up. The most popular models for almost all brands range from $100 to $120. Get the best bang for your buck here. They are much better than entry level shoes, and often the difference with more expensive shoes is not that big. Instead of buying cheap sneakers, we recommend buying last year’s model. You can expect to pay 25-40% less. We always recommend good old shoes, not new cheap shoes. Usually when you spend $ 150 or more you’re paying for better materials or new technology, not necessarily better shoes. What is the most important factor in running shoes? Recent research has shown that comfort and fit are the most important factors when buying running shoes in terms of injury risk. Any slight discomfort in the shoe is exacerbated by running. If the shoe is too short or too long, too wide or too narrow, if a small seam inside you doesn’t bite properly, imagine taking thousands of steps around and your feet swelling from the impact, heat or a small injection that rubs into a real bladder. To get the right running shoe, remember that your feet will swell as you run, try different sizes and brands, and walk a lot indoors before deciding to use them for your first run with you.