SALOMON VECTUR: ASPHALT RUNNIG SHOE FOR TRAINIG & COMPETITION.
SALOMON VECTUR REVIEW: ASPHALT RUNNIG SHOE FOR TRAINIG & COMPETITION. (120€/273gr/DROP8). Today our RUNNING SHOES section brings you the Salomon Vectur. Light asphalt zaaptilla that will serve us both for training and to compete.
Just a few days ago we presented you with a wide catalog of Salomon trail shoes. In which we were able to observe shoes of all kinds, from the top, to the cheapest. This Vectur is a shoe at an average price of 120€, light weight 273gr and an average drop of 8mm.
SALOMON VECTUR: ASPHALT RUNNIG SHOE FOR TRAINIG & COMPETITION (120€/273gr/DROP8)
The Salomon Vectur is a training shoe that has all the basic features you need to optimize the cart on asphalt. A shoe that limits vibrations and optimizes the transition, along with a tight fit. It is a shoe that will allow you to use it both in training and competition.
Let’s look at the data sheet for these Salomon Vectur below.
DATA SHEET SALOMON VECTUR
- Weight 273g
- Drop 8mm
- Vibe damping (EnergyCell™+ and Opal)
- Sole: Geometric decoupling
- Contagrip Blown rubber
Like many of the other Salomon, the upper includes the SenseFit, invisible from the outside that wraps the foot from the midsole to the front. Thanks to this, it provides us with a safe, comfortable and practically customizable fit around the entire foot. The collar around the ankle is soft and increases comfort by making it a more ergonomic shoe. Lightweight and specific adapts to the contour of the foot and keeps it in position, offering dynamic control without adding weight.
It incorporates Vibe technology into the midsole, using a mixture of EnergyCell™+ and Opal to attenuate vibrations for a more cushioned and reactive tread.
In this version, Salomon has decided on the Blown rubber Contagrip, a superlight rubber formula that offers a great feeling of comfort and contact with the terrain. It also incorporates geometric decoupling, which works with the foot to serve as a guide to offer a more efficient and effortless transition from heel to toe.
Inside it brings us an OrthoLite insole, typical of the brand, molded to fit the contours of the foot. It offers superior cushioning and breathability and durability, to improve comfort and performance.
SALOMON VECTUR CONCLUSIONS
These Vectur, are shoes that can both serve us to train and to compete. With an average drop of 8mm and half sole of Vibe, it seeks to reduce the vibrations of our tread and offer greater reactivity for our asphalt races. In short, and a priori, a good choice for those looking for a shoe for everything.
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Post by Héctor Rubio for Trailrunningspain