Salomon Sense Pro 2 Men's Shoes Tomato Red/Black/Navy

Salomon Sense Pro 2 Men's Shoes Tomato Red/Black/Navy

Sale: $89.88 MSRP: $130.00

The Salomon Sense Pro 2 is a versatile trail running shoe designed for a neutral foot motion, ideal for training or racing.

Salomon Sense Pro 2 Men's Shoes R/B/N 7.0 D
In Stock: 1
  • Size: Size 7.0    Width D    In Stock: 1


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Light and nimble on the trails, the Salomon Sense Pro 2 is ready for any terrain in its path. Cushioned enough for daily training yet light enough for trail racing, this versatile shoe provides an ideal balance of protection and ground feel. An EnergyCell + midsole provides optimal rebound while a ProFeel Film provides just enough midfoot protection. Along with a breathable open mesh upper and sticky Contagrip outsole, the Sense Pro 2 is a go-to shoe for the trails.

Model Number: L37846600

Weight: 9.2 oz (size 9)

Stack Height: 23mm (Heel), 17mm (Forefoot)

Available Widths: D=Medium

How It Fits (based on width D)

  • Sizing: Sizing: Fits large; purchase 1/2 size smaller than 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
  • EnergyCell + is a lightweight foam material that provides long lasting rebound.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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


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

Shoe Type:

  • Premium
  • Standard
  • Performance
  • Racing

Customer Reviews

Comments: This is a good shoe. Firm, responsive ride, very good grip on rocks and dry stuff, protective enough for technical trails but also good for roads or smooth dirt. There are a few downsides though... the heel fit is a bit sloppy, and the speed laces can hurt a bit if you try to sinch them down enough to make the heel feel really secure. I have about 65 miles on my pair and the fit is getting a bit better as they break in. The midsole is also very firm compared to most trail running shoes with this weight and stack height, which takes a bit of getting used to. As with the heel fit improving, I think the midsole is also softening up a bit as they break in more. This has been my go-to shoe for trails, and I like rotating it in with road shoes for runs on smooth and flat dirt.
From: Matt, Denver, CO, USA. February 15th 2017

Comments: Order true to size. I have the sense pros in a 12 and they fit great. The sense pro 2s in a 12 are definitely tighter through the midfoot and are shorter.
From: David, NC, USA. December 23rd 2016

Comments: I have about 200 miles of New England style trails on my Sense Pro 2. These and my Nike Kiger 3 are my go to Trail shoes on all but icy/muddy conditions. I enjoyed the Sense Pro but the 2 is superior. Grip is outstanding. Kigers get a rest when wet conditions exist. Fit is good but for me I am in between 10 1/2 and 11. Kiger in 11 fits great. Bit more cushion in the Sense Pro 2 but still feel as nimble as the original. Feel some of the heel collar  foam cushion and the heavy overlays on the toes could be reduced a smidge. The toe box a wee bit wider (but keep great mid-foot stability) is really the only change I truly would like to see.  I have average width feet and an average arch, but do enjoy good toe splay....

Hope this helps
From: Bryan. November 11th 2016

Comments: I just received a pair of these and have yet to do anything more than try them on, however, I figured I would leave an initial impression as I am likely to just return them. Usually Salomon makes small adjustments to their shoes and they are generally improvements, with this shoe I feel like it is a drastic change a huge step back. The first thing I noticed was that the upper is really wrinkly you can actually even see it in the pictures here. Slipping them on and tightening them down does not relieve the wrinkles and the midfoot portion does not conform to the foot like the old model. This leaves wrinkles along the inner portion of my midfoot and taking a light jog up and down the hallway the wrinkles seemed to be an easy source of chaffage. The upper also wrinkles over the toebox and even with my low volume foot I could feel the upper rubbing on my toes. Just a huge disappointment as I was really excited for this shoe. I've had 6 pairs of the original and looks like I'll just need to try to grab as many more pairs as I can before they are gone. 
From: Anonymous. August 11th 2016

Comments: Great, but not as great shoe as it could be. 8/10 + Plusher than the Sense Pro 1, but keeping the ground feel + The new outsole works better + Updated looks - Long break-in period. Shoe feels stiff for first 50-100km after which the true potential is unleashed. - The stiffness combined with the lacing system leads to some heel slippage, which goes away after break-in period. - The heel structure: My biggest gripe with the Sense Pro 2's is the heel area. They improved this slightly over the 1-series by giving some extra structure, but that slight indent and relatively narrow heel structure leads to an unstable heel as I've seen in many runners using these shoes. The S-LAB's don't have this issue as they are lower to the ground, don't have that "indent" and have a much snugger-fitting heel. I hope they fix this in the Sense Pro 3 series... Once this shoe is properly broken in you can enjoy anything from speed sessions to long runs high up in the mountains. Expect to break a few PBs.
From: Stephan, South Africa. May 11th 2016

Comments: I'm a little mixed about this shoe. I don't think the "order 1/2 smaller" is such a good idea in terms of length but this shoe would definitely fit a higher volume foot better. I have the Sense 4 Ultra SG and they fit perfectly. In the Sense Pro 2, the opening for the foot is much larger and consequently the last set of eyelets is a little too forward to lock in my heel. I found the I had to crank down on the speed laces so much that it made the forefoot of the shoe uncomfortable. So, I had to switch out the laces to regular ones and add an eyelet hole to cinch down the fit for the heel. (the eyelets had to be enlarged as they are now lined with plastic.. what a production). I'm still trying to dial in the lacing but it's starting to work out. I don't have a lot of kms in this shoe yet but I like the traction and the cushion.
From: Stuart, Victoria, BC, Canada. May 4th 2016

Comments: I have to offer a different opinion of the updates to the Sense Pro. The first version is also my favorite trail shoe of all time, and I was really excited that Salomon committed the second version to the trails with a more aggressive outsole. But, I feel like the new outsole combined with the new midsole material made for a much stiffer, much less comfortable feel. I've read other reviews that disagree with my assessment, so maybe it's just me... It's also evident they closed the toe box significantly. It's a fantastic shoe, but the updates didn't fit my feet. I'm trying the Wildhorse 3 instead.
From: Brian, Tulsa, OK, USA. March 12th 2016

Comments: Companies often fail on the second version of a great initial shoe (I'm looking at you Hoka Clifton 2!). Thankfully, Salomon did not falter with the Salomon Sense Pro 2. The original Sense Pro was my all time favorite shoe and I'm still squeezing miles out of pair number four. I logged my initial 25 mile training run in the Sense Pro 2 last week and the shoes were flawless. Salomon added just enough extra stack height over the original and somehow managed to improve the overall fit and ride. With any luck, I'll stay healthy enough to wear through at least 4 pairs of this iteration as well. Well done Salomon!
From: Drew. February 18th 2016