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XA-COMP ADV by Salomon Advanced. A lightweight trail runner silhouette crafted with a breathable nylon mesh upper with synthetic protective overlays. The premium Contragrip Wet Traction outsole, with systematic outsole lug placement and 3D Advanced chassis underfoot support system offer support and comfort on every stride.
Details & features
- Style-No.: L40976800
Delivery times and rates
DK (Self-Collect): DKK 30 Within 1-2 working days DK (Home-Delivery): DKK 50 Within 1-2 working days DK (Bike Messenger): DKK 150 Same day (Orders before 12AM) Europe: EUR 10 Within 4 working days Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120
USA & Canada:
Within 5 working days
Hong Kong, Japan, China and South Korea:
Within 5 working days Rest of the world: USD 30 Within 5 working days
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About the brand
Salomon was created in the heart of the French Alps in 1947. Birthed out of a passion for mountain sport progression and design innovation, François Salomon, his wife, and son Georges created many of the first modern ski bindings.
Salomon's continuous drive and commitment towards the innovation of mountain gear has kept them at the forefront of performance driven design. Throughout half a decade, the company has grown to offer a vast range of footwear, apparel, and equipment for mountaineering, trailing running, and many other sports.
We have selected a range of lighter weight, minimalist trail shoes from Salomon's S-LAB collection that remain true to the their ethos: "progressive gear to enable freedom and help you challenge yourself in the mountains".