Salming EnRoute 2 vs. 1
- It utilizes the ExoSkeleton that aims to deliver better midfoot lockdown. This feature is connected to the lacing system and is shifted back towards the heel.
- With the utilization of a firmer foam in the forefoot area and a softer foam in the heel section, slushy landings are encouraged. Because of the foam material, a more responsive push-off is experienced by the user as well.
EnRoute 2: Latches onto the surface
The Blown Rubber is integrated into the Salming EnRoute 2. This component of the shoe is described to be lightweight.
The primary focus of this is to increase traction on different paved surfaces.
The Natural Running Support System (NRSS) is integrated into this road running shoe. Along with the NRSS are the Torsion Guidance System (TGS), forefoot flex grooves, and deep midsole grooves.
These features of the shoe aim to position the foot naturally. As a result, a more efficient gait cycle is encouraged.
Designed with the TGS 62/75°, extra stability to the heel through the ball of the foot is provided. Ending the design with the 75° line, the shoe is sure to promote more flexibility.
Integrated into the midsole of the Salming EnRoute 2 is the Recoil. This material is described as a midsole compound that aims to deliver a more responsive cushioning system.
Utilized in crafting the running shoe is the Recoil R. This heel insert is used to provide additional cushioning, resulting in softer landings.
Beat the heat with the Salming Enroute 2
Utilized in the shoe is the 3-layer upper construction. This is composed of the ExoSkeleton, air mesh, and net mesh. The soft air mesh lies next to the foot.
Along with the air mesh is the ExoSkeleton, which is overlaid on top of the mesh. To seal the upper into one unit, the thin net mesh is integrated into the shoe.
To help stabilize the foot, the ExoSkeleton design is used in crafting the shoe. This design is connected to the lacing system to provide additional support and better fit.
Integrated into the Salming EnRoute 2 is the heel cup design. This component of the running footwear aims to provide a more adaptive heel fit without sacrificing the shoe's lightweight package.
The Anatomical last is used in making the shoe. The primary goal of this is to provide a roomy toe box. This is essential in allowing for a full toe splay.