Salomon Updates Its XT-6 With New Technical Upper

Arriving in “Royal Lilac” and “Rainy Day” colorways.

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Salomon’s XT-6 has become an icon in the world of trail running. Renowned for its techy build and unrivalled comfort, it’s a silhouette that needs no further introduction. This season Salomon returns to the famed XT-6 to update it with a unique technical upper and layering construction, thus giving birth to XT-6 FT.

Arriving in “Royal Lilac” or “Rainy Day” colorways, the XT-6 FT boasts the EndoFit, Contagrip, OrthoLite sockliner and Agile Chassis System we’ve come to expect from the silhouette, but this time features a SensiFit which cradles the foot from the midsole to the lacing system, providing a secure, snug, and virtually customized fit all around the foot.

Sat atop a dual density bottom unit, the XT-6 FT combines foam with two different densities, providing a midsole that houses superior cushioning, stability, and motion control.

Salomon’s XT-6 FT “Royal Lilac” and “Rainy Day” are available to buy now from the brand’s online webstore, retailing at approximately $220 USD.

In other sneaker news, ASICS goes eco-friendly for its latest GEL-LYTE III “Kind Leather Pack”.

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