The Speedcross 3 features smooth batted nylon uppers that are durable against harsh weather conditions. It comes with a thin lacing system looped through a series of leather eyelet panels that show up as stripes along the sidewalls. “Salomon” branding appears along the rear quarter over a large red stripe and fades into black near the midsole. XA Pro 3D features a similar stripe that stretches from the rear quarter to the toecap. This silhouette comes with black mesh uppers and white webbing along the body. Both models come with a Contragrip sole for extra grip, durability, and control.
The XT-6 sports tightly woven mesh uppers that prevent debris from getting trapped. Like the aforementioned models, contrasting white webbing takes up the sidewalls, while a bold red stripe appears close to the mudguards. The shoe also features an internal sleeve that hugs the foot for a snug fit. All of these details are propped up by a durable ACS-equipped midsole offering optimal comfort and support.
Salomon’s Speedcross 3, XA Pro 3D and XT-6 “Racing Red” are currently available on SUBTYPE’s website, ranging from $220 – $300 USD.
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