Customer Reviews Of:
Salewa Ultra Train Trail Running Shoes (For Women)
Closeouts. Non-waterproof buddies with serious support for on- and off-trail training, Salewa's Ultra Train trail running shoes offer a highly breathable 3F Total system polyurethane framework and a lugged Michelin® outsole for dependable support and traction on firm surfaces and uneven terrain.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rhonda from CA on Wednesday, June 6, 2018I was pleasantly surprised at the comfort & feel of these shoes. I tend to be loyal to New Balance products, but I was very happy with the look of these shoes & how comfortable they are. I'll definitely keep the Salewa brand in mind for future purchases.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Number Seven from The Northwest on Thursday, May 17, 2018Although another pair of Salewa shoes fit me in an 8.5, I needed an 8 in these. Once I had the right size, they fit great even though they seem difficult to get into. The lacing system seems odd at first, but one use will have you hooked. They are light weight but have enough sole protection for trails and enough cushioning for long runs. I don't know whose idea it was to make black and blue running shoes, but the color is my only complaint. I might buy another pair.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Al Swearengen from East Coast on Tuesday, April 17, 2018Looked at tevas, salomon, vasque, NB, altra, etc. and found a great deal on sierra for these but had no prior experience w Salewa. These are used for hiking/biking to competition disc golf rounds and needed to be lightweight, well fitting and grippy.
Shoes are well constructed - similar to high end trainers like salomon - no loose stitching or glue, strong seams. - though we'll see if they are quite as durable in the long term as the high end brands. For under $80 - very happy with these.
Fit true to size. Good rugged and grippy outsole.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by lou1610 from oklahoma on Tuesday, April 10, 2018light weight and good support have not had much opportunity to put them to the long mile use yet but my husband got a pair last summer and we did several backpacking trips in Montana and his feet could not be happier. so I got me a pair for day hiking. I really need more ankle support for backpacking the long haul.