Salomon Speedcross Sandal
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36% say it's too large, 64% say it's true to size.
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Overview of this review
Salomon Speedcross Sandal vs. Tech Sandal
In this sandal-centric head-to-head, the featured Salomon product sees a rival in the Tech Sandal. Check out the areas in which they differ below.
Between these two quality hiking sandals, the Tech Sandal is lighter by approximately 60 grams a pair.
The Speedcross Sandal comes with a heel brake, which its competitor lacks. And while both kicks are engineered with the same Contagrip outsole technology, the lugs on the Speedcross Sandal’s outsole have more depth to them.
If you are a fan of flip-flops, the Tech Sandal has to be on your radar because said hiker has a collapsible heel. This feature is not part of the Speedcross Sandal.
Neither the Salomon Speedcross Sandal nor the Tech Sandal falls in the realm of pricey gear. That said, the latter is cheaper by roughly $20. For more budget-friendly hiking sandals, click here.
For less demanding hikes, where going up or down elevations is hardly a thing, the Tech Sandal should be more than enough. The pricier Speedcross Sandal, however, is a commendable ally for endeavors where brawniness pays off more often than not.
Speedcross Sandal: Hikes minus the odor
The parts that come in contact with your skin—including the adjustable straps and the supple footbed—have undergone anti-odor treatment. They also wick away moisture (sweat in particular) to help keep the sandal’s confines smelling fresh for longer.