About Salomon XR Crossmax Neutral Trail Running Shoes (For Women)
Closeouts. High-mileage runners looking to cross any terrain find their versatility needs in Salomon's XR Crossmax Neutral trail running shoes. A combined Contagrip® LT and Contagrip® HA outsole is infused with advanced OS Tendon frames to supply unmatched performance over mixed terrain.
Specs about Salomon XR Crossmax Neutral Trail Running Shoes (For Women)
- Trail Running
- Upper: Mesh with synthetic overlays
- Lining: Mesh
- Removable insole
- Midsole: EVA
- Outsole: Rubber
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 4 oz.
- Made in China
- Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by leisure lover from Oregon on Friday, January 24, 2014The insoles of these shoes gave me blisters on my arch during my first run. I replaced the insoles with Dr. Scholls insoles and tried again...it changed the fit of the shoe (made it tighter) but no more blisters on my arches. I've never had that problem before. I don't care for the laces either - it feels like I can't cinch them tight enough so my heel won't slip. But, they felt extremely supportive and sturdy on my trail run, especially over gravel.
Reviewed by VA Momma from Virginia on Sunday, December 8, 2013Shoe runs very large. Order one size down. Super comfortable insole. It is going to take me a little while to get use to this type of shoe string.
Reviewed by xerces rock from Saint Louis, MO on Wednesday, October 30, 2013These are my first pair of Salomon trail runners. Believe it or not, there are hilly, rocky, technical trails just outside of Saint Louis, MO that can put a pair of trail running shoes to the test. My first run in these shoes was on the Grotpeter trail in Castlewood State Park. The shoes are really well cushioned, but not heavy. They're also very stable and have great "gription" (grip+traction). The trail conditions were really good - dry, so we'll see how good they grip on slippery rocks and roots. The shoes breathe well, at least in the toe box. They feel a little wide for my feet, which are medium width, and running up hills my heels slip, which may become problematic. In the winter, this means I can wear a thicker sock, but in the summer I'll have to cinch them tight. The zip-lace thing is new to me, and clearly I'm missing something, because I don't know where to put the 10" of extra lace. I just stuffed it under the rest of the lacing. Overall, my first run was pretty decent. Looking forward to testing them this winter.
Reviewed by Mish from Seattle on Tuesday, October 29, 2013A little difficult to loosen lace fastener, but truly well-made shoe. Have tried them on but not sure if I will keep them as still uncertain my wide forefoot will not be a little pinched. Such a nice shoe I hate to give them up!
Reviewed by D of NC from NC on Tuesday, October 15, 2013Just wore these on a trip to Seattle and wanted to have something to walk unknown distances with comfort. I also wanted something that I could wear in all terrains. These fit the bill. Great deal, price and comfort. After reading other reviews, I didn't size up like I might other times, since some said they ran a little large. The toe box is wide, but that is probably why I would size up on others, the wider toe box was just what I needed.
Question “1. The width through the forefoot -- I wear Brooks Glycerine 9 shoes right now, size 7 medium width, and they fit beautifully because those shoes tend to run a bit larger in the width, more like a C width would fit, which is what I am, usually, while not quite needing a D width. But, unlike my Brook Glycerin 9's, some B width shoes run on the snug side, and if that's the case, the sides of my feet would be red and throbbing after a day of pounding on them, so that little bit makes a big difference.
2. Cushioning -- another reason the brooks glycerin 9 shoes are working for me so well at the moment is because I need a LOT of cushioning. I have very high arches and do not have the pronation issues most people have - I do not need a good 'stabilization' shoe, I need a nice cushion shoe that can absorb impact and has good room across that forefoot for my toe-span. : )
These look so absolutely, utterly adorable though, I want a pair so bad! lol So I thought I'd ask about these things first! : ) THANKS! ”
Answer Comparing the two they appear to be the same width. They are outfitted with neutral cushioning, these shoes use stretchy mesh and and a unique Quiklace system to adapt to feet in need of extra forefoot. They have a triple-density EVA midsole for added durability and cushioning.