Salomon Is Having An Epic 50 Percent Off Winter Sale Right Now

by | Jul 3, 2020 | Fitness

Get ready to take your trail running game to the next level: Right now, Salomon is offering up to 50 percent off select shoes and apparel.

I’ll let that sink in for a moment.

Salomon needs no introduction to the trail running community. From the iconic Speedcross shoes you bought when you first decided to hit the mountains to the trusty hydration pack you wear on all of your training runs, Salomon has probably been your go-to brand for years.

Thanks to Salomon’s mega winter sale, you can score some new gear for a huge discount. Um, yes please.

But hurry, I have feeling some of these pieces will sell out before you know it…

READ MORE: 5 Winter Trail Running Essentials You Need In Your Life

1/ Sense Ride

Salomon Sense Ride

This is the perfect shoe if you’re a beginner! It’s lightweight, has great grip all round and most importantly… it’s hella comfortable.

2/ Right Nice FZ Mid

Right Nice FZ Mid

This long-sleeve top hits the sweet spot between T-shirt and mid-layer so you stay warm at the outset, but don’t get overheated as you tackle those mountains.

3/ Comet Short

Salomon Agile Short

Besided the Salomon Agile Shorts, these are the best pair of shorts I’ve ever run in — they’re light and loose. ??

4/ XA Tee

Salomon Agile SS Tee

Light. Check. Sweat-wicking. Check. Breathable. Check. And it won’t leave you with chafe on a long run.

5/ Agile 6 Set

Salomon Agile 6 Set

Perfect for those days when you want to go for a longer run, ride, or hike. This super-versatile pack will meet all your storage, hydration and snack needs when you hit the trail.

6/ Lightening WP JKT

Salomon Lightening WP JKT

Brrr, it’s cold outside! This water and windproof jacket will keep you dry and warm on the mountain even when that nasty winter weather hits.

7/ Sonic RA Pro 2

Salomon Sonic RA Pro 2

Need for speed? These lightweight, highly responsive shoes will give your road training runs an extra boost.

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