Salomon XR Mission CS Shoes - ClimaShield®, Trail Running (For Women)
About Salomon XR Mission CS Shoes - ClimaShield®, Trail Running (For Women)
Closeouts. Chock-full of technology to make your trail-running adventure like nothing you've ever experienced. Salomon's XR Mission CS shoes feature an asymmetrical, women-specific fit, a wide toe box for plenty of room to breathe and a ClimaShield® mudguard for protection in inclement weather.
Specs about Salomon XR Mission CS Shoes - ClimaShield®, Trail Running (For Women)
- Upper: Textile
- Lining: Polyester
- Midsole: Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA)
- Outsole: Contagrip® rubber
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 5 oz.
- Made in India
- Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ktv479 from TEXAS on Friday, June 5, 2015Still breaking it in but love the lightness of the shoes. A bit stiff right now but I'm sure it'll become more comfortable.
Reviewed by Amy from Charlotte NC on Saturday, February 7, 2015GREAT FIT for my AA heel and narrow feet. Unfortunately my blue pair look filthy after even a trip to the grocery store. They do clean up but who wants to clean their shoes everyday? I am thinking of getting the purple and hope it shows less dirt. Outstanding in water, lightweight, comfortable immediately and priced right. They will probably go to Ireland with me. Fantastic shoe if you don't look down ;-)
Reviewed by MountainView from Boston on Thursday, January 8, 2015Really love these shoes, but they are definitely for over-pronators. Since I'm an under-pronator, they won't work for me--they push my foot even further to the outside. If you're an under-pronator, go for the Crossmax.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dimes from Wisconsin but they're going to Peru and beyond on Thursday, November 20, 2014Love these shoes - so comfortable right away.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tall Texan from TX on Tuesday, November 11, 2014I purchased these shoes after being very satisfied with the fit and performance of my Salomon XR Crossmax 1 Neutral Trail shoes, which I can no longer find; I was hoping that perhaps these are a replacement model. I wore them for a few hours as a spectator at a sporting event, and again once for a 4 mile walk. So far, the arch of the shoe feels like it is hitting oh so slightly too far toward my toes. It is not enough to cause severe discomfort, but I am hoping that it will feel less noticeable after break in. Keeping my fingers crossed.
Question & Answer
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This is a great shoe for slushy and wet weather. The tread has good traction. I wear these shoes in colder weather because they are too warm in the summer heat. Perfect for snow shoeing and trail running.
They were slush and yuck proof...unless wearing with a wicking sock, which pulls the much in. Honestly I really liked them other than the heel slide way too much for me. My kids love theirs and I'm going to get another pair and maybe put an orthodic heel gripper
Thanks so much for your responses!
They were great on a wet road (paved) but have not had opportunity to see how they are on a wet, I paved trail. My hunch is they would hold up great. They have great treads!
I have never run in this specific shoe but have had other Salomon running shoes that I loved for the rocky Colorado trails. If there is a LOT of snow and ice you may want a more aggressive sole or use Yak tracks along with these shoes. With slushy, wet trails/roads you should be good to go..
Thanks for everyone's great responses!
Yes, when there is ice and snow, I strap my ice joggers on my running shoes. When there is 4 inches or so of snoiw, I strap on my XC skis; but, in slush and wet, I need running shoes that can handle that on road or trail. I am very encouraged by the responses that these will work just fine.
“I have a pair of Crossmax1 XR Neutral Trail and also the Speedcross3, both of which were made in China and as has been the case for the 8 or so pair of Salomon run/ lite-hiking type shoes I've purchased, they run about 1/2 sz big. My question is, is this still the case as the newer versions ( Item #6479D )are made in India or Vietnam. I also have 3 older versions of the amphibian shoes and they run a full size smaller than what I would typically wear. I am hopeful I can base future purchases on past experience.”
They still run a half size bigger with a wide toe box