Salomon Sense Pro Men's Shoes Blue/Black/Yellow

Price: $89.88 MSRP: $130.00

The Salomon Sense Pro is a versatile trail running shoe designed for a neutral foot motion, ideal for training or racing.

Salomon Sense Pro Men Shoe Bl/Bk/Ye 9.0 D
In Stock: 4+
  • Size: Size 9.0    Width D    In Stock: 4+
Salomon Sense Pro Men Shoe Bl/Bk/Ye 10.0 D
In Stock: 3
  • Size: Size 10.0    Width D    In Stock: 3
Salomon Sense Pro Men Shoe Bl/Bk/Ye 10.5 D
In Stock: 4
  • Size: Size 10.5    Width D    In Stock: 4
Salomon Sense Pro Men Shoe Bl/Bk/Ye 11.5 D
In Stock: 4+
  • Size: Size 11.5    Width D    In Stock: 4+
Salomon Sense Pro Men Shoe Bl/Bk/Ye 12.0 D
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  • Size: Size 12.0    Width D    In Stock: 2
Salomon Sense Pro Men Shoe Bl/Bk/Ye 14.0 D
In Stock: 1
  • Size: Size 14.0    Width D    In Stock: 1

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When you need a low and light trail shoe that doesn’t sacrifice protection, the Salomon Sense Pro is your answer. Built to handle both training and racing, this performance shoe balances cushioning and ground feel with a cushioned yet low profile platform. A rock plate guards against trail hazards, while a versatile outsole is suitable for a variety of surfaces from paved to technical.

Model Number: L36671600

Weight: 9.2 oz (size 9)

Stack Height: 22mm (Heel), 17mm (Forefoot)

Available Widths: D=Medium

How It Fits (based on width D)

  • Sizing: Standard running shoe length
  • Heel: Medium to narrow
  • Midfoot: Medium to low volume
  • Forefoot: Medium
  • Toebox Height: Medium to low
  • Arch Structure: Medium to high
  • Shoe Shape: Semi-Curved
MIDSOLE
  • LT Muscle is a lightweight EVA cushioning compound that helps absorb impact forces.
  • Compressed EVA runs the length of the shoe for underfoot cushion.
  • Injected EVA in the forefoot provides underfoot cushioning.
  • Propriotection provides a individualized feel while protecting your feet from rocks and debris.
  • ProFeel Film a thin TPU film in the midsole providing midfoot protection without losing ground feel.
OUTSOLE
  • Contagrip is a uniquely designed outsole of differing densities, providing durable traction over varying terrains.
  • Dynamic Traction uses offset lugs to provide unparalleled grip on hard, wet, and loose surfaces.
  • OS Tendon system acts like a real tendon by flexing to provide stretch and balance during the heel-to-toe transition.
UPPER
  • Open Mesh throughout the upper is breathable and quick drying.
  • 2nd Skin Seamless Construction provides a snug, performance fit while minimizing hotspots and blistering.
  • Sensifit overlays on the upper wrap the foot for a close, secure fit.
  • Endofit a sock like upper that yields unmatched comfort and fit.
  • Gusseted Tongue keeps shoe free from debris.
  • Quicklace made from durable Kevlar fibers provides easy shoe entry and exit and a secure fit.
  • Lace Pocket tucks laces out of the way while running.
  • OrthoLite Sockliner is composed of anti-bacterial material for reduced odor and moisture while adding cushion directly underfoot.
  • Strobel Last with the upper stitched to full length fabric for a comfortable underfoot feel.

Footwear Performance Characteristics

Pronation Control: What's This?

  • Neutral
    • Min
    • Mod
  • Support
    • Min
    • Mod
    • Max
  • Motion Control
    • Mod
    • Max

Heel-Toe Offset (mm): What's This?

  • 0
  • 1-2
  • 3-4
  • 5-6
  • 7-8
  • 9-10
  • 11+

Stack Height:

  • Barefoot
  • Minimal
  • Low
  • Medium
  • High
  • Maximal

Surface:

  • Road
  • Road-Trail
  • Hard Trail
  • Varied Trail
  • Soft Trail

Shoe Type:

  • Premium
  • Standard
  • Performance
  • Racing

Customer Reviews

Comments: I have heard very good things about Salomon shoes and I was very excited when I go these shoes. I ran 75 miles in them including a couple of 3 hour runs and loved them. They became my favorite trail running shoes (taking over Brooks Cascadia). I wore them in my next 5 hr long run and noticed third hour into the run that my right toes in one foot did not have any cushion! I took the shoe out and saw that insole slipped backward towards heel! I thought it was weird. I adjusted the insole and continued running. I noticed the same thing with toes in other foot. I had to keep adjusting insoles after that and was frustrated. I was training for the first 50 miler and wanted to wear them during, but after my bad experience with insoles I went with other shoes. I was still optimistic and wanted to like them. So I wore them again in a 4 hour long run. And same thing happened. Insoles keep slipping backward towards heel! That was it and I was done with theses shoes. I like to rotate between few pairs of shoes and put on ~120s mile on them in 9 months. Fortunately I bought them from a retailer who took them back even after 9 months after I purchase them.
From: Hector, Santa Rosa, CA, USA. May 6th 2015

Comments: Great shoes. I purchased one about a month ago. Provides arc support for light trail running and treadmill. Fits like a glove. But most importantly turn heads every time I walk into the gym.
From: Prajesh, Corona, CA, USA. May 6th 2015

Comments: Good shoe for moderate trails, terrible insole. I did a few runs in this shoe (blue version) and was pretty happy with it. The lacing system is very effective, the shoe hugs the midfoot securely well while leaving enough space in forefoot. The traction is adequate more most moderate difficulty trails. It is comfortable to run on pavement but the cushion is fairly limited for anything longer than a few miles (on pavement). Then today I decided to race a more technical trail in these shoes and it turned out to be a disaster. The main problem is that insoles are very lightweight and have very little structure. The race route has a lot of short but steep uphills and downhills. After about 5-6 miles both insoles started failing to stay in place and shifting back and forth in the shoes rubbing my toes in the process. At the end of the race both insoles were almost half way out of shoes.
From: Stanislav. December 13th 2014

Comments: Have to warn people on this shoe. I have the lighter blue version from earlier this year, in fact just got it two weeks ago and was impressed, have done three runs in it, all went well..the last run was a 11 to 12 miler and was running happy except the shoe did start to feel like it was lacking some cushion near the end/around mile 9. There is also a minor defect in the shoe, I feel a divet under my right big toe. Another review on another site mentioned something similar...he says the midsole does not go to the edge of the shoe and he can feel the edge with his toes. Otherwise this is a good shoe, it is narrow but the flexible and soft upper allows for toe splay and foot swelling so it works for my wider fore foot, much better than the Sense Mantra 2. This shoe also runs long. I bought a 10.5 in this and the Sense Mantra. The Sense Pro I have over a thumb width room in big toe, The Sense Mantra 2 felt tight everywhere in fact it felt even better getting it off my foot a fter a run. But back to this shoe, it rides firm, works great when forefoot running, can be a little firm for mid foot running but doable, On harder rockier surfaces you may want more cushion but softer stuff it does great, It runs fast and is comfy out of the box. The light blue looks good too. The last run it had rained the night before, I slipped once going up a hill, the sole did keep some mud but not bad. Now for the rub..I thought enough of this shoe to order another pair, this time they came in the dark blue, I was shocked, It felt like a totally different shoe, Than I remembered another shoe review about another shoe on another site...I checked the tag and sure enough, the first light blue one was made in China, The second darker blue one was made in Vietnam. I called Salomon and they confirmed two factories, although I bought the shoes two weeks apart, The light blue one was from earlier in the year and from a totally different factory. The dark blue one is narrower, firmer, stiffer, The foot bed even felt off to me..no way would I run in it, sent it right back. So in closing the light blue Sense Pro from China...very good shoe! This new dark blue one from Vietnam...not for me...can not recommend
From: Bill, GA, USA. October 16th 2014


Comments: The Sense Pro is a great shoe. I have 30 miles on them which includes a 10 mile street run and a 10 mile trail run. This shoe takes the lower part of the Mantra and upper of the Sense and melds them together. The result is a shoe that is low drop 5mm and less weight than the Mantra (.7 oz). Fit is just the same as the Mantra (I take a 11.5 in the Mantra and the same for the Pro). The forefoot while not tight is not as wide as I would like. The ride is fantastic as good as the street as on the trail. Grip is good on the trail although I am not sure how it would handle really tough terrain. Can't find any downsides to this shoe other than the color (screaming yellow really) but it is good for night running. Price is good too.
From: George, Manteca, CA, USA