Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra 2 M+(Wide) Trail Running Shoe

Priced: $103.96 - $129.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 6 reviews.
Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra 2 M+(Wide) Trail Running Shoe
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Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra 2 M+(Wide) Trail Running Shoe -
Dirty, muddy runs call your name. It's okay; just reach for the Salomon Men's XA Pro 3D Ultra 2 M+ Trail Running Shoes and give your wide feet some protection for miles of trails. Built to be light and quick, these shoes rock a supportive outsole with cushioning in the heel and a stabilizing plate that creates a steady platform with each step. Strategically placed patches of textile work together with the Ortholite sock liner to wick moisture and let your feet breathe easy in the mountains.


  • 3D Chassis construction combines a protective heel counter, a force-distributing stabilizing plate, heel cushioning, and a sole designed specifically for the entire mountain


  • Asymmetricl Quiklacing tightens evenly with a single pull of the threaded cable for a secure fit

Support and Cushioning:

  • Energy Cell2 cushioning helps absorb heel impact from rocks and obstacles to reduce joint fatigue


  • Ortholite sockliner wicks sweat and moisture away from the surface of your feet to encourage evaporative cooling

Traction and Grip:

  • Non-marking Contagrip running sole provides traction on worn trails, loose gravel, and mix surfaces


  • M+ means that this shoe is a widened version of the XA Pro 3D Ultra 2
Mountain Gear
Rocket your way down the trails like the professional you are - or aspire to be - with the XA Pro 3D Ultra 2 trail running shoe from Salomon.
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Mid Sole:Triple-Density EVA
Outsole:Non-marking Running Contragrip
Sizing Scale:US
Upper Material:Synthetic
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Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra 2 M+(Wide) Trail Running Shoe Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These are the best hiking shoes I have ever owned; I'm on my third pair, and I use them for everything from easy day hikes to 15+ mile days to overnights with a 30 pound pack. They're so comfortable I don't bother bringing camp shoes. A couple of tips: Superfeet Green insoles add just the right amount of support and stiffness for my tastes. Also I use a light trail running gaiter to keep the junk out and to cover the lace system, (The tongue pocket is kind of a pain). Third, I use Rocky Gore tex socks and just walk right through creek crossings; they drain quite quickly. My only complaints are price and durability. I go through about a pair of year, but that's the price you pay for such a lightweight shoe.

bradktn2382828 at on 03/16/2012

I love these shoes!!! The best trail shoe that I have ever worn. I have wide feet and these provide plenty of room for my toes. I did an adventure race last weekend in these shoes and was really impressed with the shoe's ability to shed water. I have had Salomon shoes before and now I have the perfect fit for my feet with the addition of a wider size.

Robert Bowers at on 08/16/2011

Working in a warehouse, walking miles every night on very rough floors, climbing racks, pushing heavy pallets, hot, cold, wet, dry these shoes take it. Camping, fishing it does not matter. These are the best shoes I have ever owned...

k.c100706347 at on 09/15/2011

Awesome shoes excellent track and very comfortable. It should have been a 5 star if there is lining inside the shoe so no draft. I think this shoe is for summer and not good for winter.

b3np350371 at on 02/17/2013

Negative Reviews:

A no buy warning. The shoes by themselves appear to be very good; however, the Quicklace system just wonÂ’t stay tight and turns into a nightmare shortly into the run. One of my shoes is far worse than the other, but both eventually have become loose. Backcountry support said to put an overhand knot in them - so much for the Quicklace. It's really hard to tie and even harder to get out (10 minutes or so digging through the mud, per shoe), but they don't come loose with a knot just above the slider. Backcountry has graciously offered a refund even though I've run through the mud with them more than once trying different methods to get them to stay relatively tight on my feet.

Steve M at on 02/16/2012

Neutral Reviews:

While these are great on the trail, protecting you from all sorts of unpleasantness like rocks, they are horrible the minute you step off onto a paved surface. The lacing system takes a lot of trial and error to get the right tightness and they require a good bit of break in.

thefallingman at on 07/17/2011