Technical shoes for technical terrain.

You don't have to run an ultra-marathon to train ultra-hard. Wear the Salewa Women's Ultra Train 2 Trail Running Shoes, and enjoy your runs of whatever distance. These trail runners have an Outdoor Compound Extreme outsole that is constructed with Michelin rubber for traction on the ascent and descent. A heel cap holds your heel in alignment and protects it from impact, while the Ortholite footbed absorbs and distributes the shock. The stretch gaiter across the instep helps keep debris from sneaking in, minimizing the number of stops you have to take to shake pebbles from your shoe.

  • Trail running shoes for increasing performance
  • Mesh upper is breathable and flexible
  • Ortholite footbed provides cushion that lasts
  • Michelin rubber for traction on wet or dry surfaces
  • Outdoor Compound Extreme outsole grips in either direction
  • Forefoot gaiter keeps debris out
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Love these shoes!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These shoes fit my foot just the way I like my running shoes to fit - snug in the heel while not-too-snug in the toes. The lacing system allows me to slip them on and be run-ready in less than 15 seconds and stay tight during my runs, which I love. These shoes are comfortable, supportive and provide just the right amount of grip for running on various terrain, including wet paved paths and dry loose gravel.

Airy and Grippy!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have only put about 15 miles on these, but they still look and feel brand new. I really enjoy how grippy the soles are and the easy lace system. This is the fist time I've used this lace system and was surprised at how well they fit!

I have very warm feet on 90 degree days, and I really appreciate that are have an airy, breathable feel to them. My feet were comfy and cool even in heat and sun.

I am 7.5 - 8 with a wider foot, and I went with an 8.5 in this shoe. It has a fairly roomy toe box and my heels did not move at all. The back of the shoe does go a bit high on my achilles for my taste, and they did get a bit sore a few miles in.

I would recommend these to trail runners with average to slightly wide feet who are looking for a really good grip on rocks and uneven surfaces.



I was provided with a free pair of these shoes in exchange for an honest review.

Airy and Grippy!