Salomon X Ultra Mehari notable features

-The X Ultra Mehari is a Salomon below-the-ankle shoe fitted with technologies that help adventurers tackle warm and humid environments. Its synthetic upper contains 3D mesh panels, which allows air to enter freely through it.

-Giving outdoor enthusiasts a cushioned ride is Salomon’s patented EnergyCell midsole made of ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) midsole. Its Contagrip TD rubber outsole uses a pattern of deep lugs to render traction on virtual all kinds of terrain.

Size and fit

The Salomon X Ultra Mehari is a low-top hiking shoe crafted for men and women. It comes with the brand’s proprietary Sensifit technology, which holds the foot from the lacing system to the midsole. This feature results in a secure fit. Its lace closure helps wearers achieve a personalized lockdown. Meanwhile, the footgear’s padded cuff and tongue promote a comfortable in-shoe environment.


Supplying outdoorsy individuals with sufficient traction on treacherous trails is the Salomon X Ultra Mehari’s Contagrip TD outsole. It is made of a durable rubber compound that’s engineered to withstand harsh conditions. This component employs a pattern of deep hammer-shaped lugs to deliver grip on both wet and dry surfaces.

 Its forefoot region is furnished with a climbing zone for added ascent control. The outsole’s heel section has several grooves to give added stability when going downhill. Moreover, its front tip reaches upward to offer protection from stubbing.


This hike-centric shoe from Salomon features a trademarked EnergyCell midsole. It is made of lightweight EVA foam to render cushioning and absorb shock from uneven ground conditions. It works in tandem with an EVA footbed, which grants additional comfort underfoot.


The Salomon X Ultra Mehari is equipped with an upper made of synthetic fabric and 3D mesh. The combination of these materials imbues the shoe with optimal breathability for warm weather conditions. It is also designed to be lightweight. A protective mudguard wraps around the upper’s base to give medial and lateral protection to the foot. Its front end comes with rubber toecap for extra durability and shielding against various trail dangers.

This below-the-ankle hiker from Salomon employs a mix of fabric loops and metal eyelets to manage its fit. Its rearfoot section contains a counter to provide heel security and support. A pull tab is found at the back to give wearers easy on and off.

Nice to know

-Those who require a pair for harsh conditions found during a multiday trip may want to look at backpacking boots. One of the options that may be explored is the Salomon Quest 4D 3 GTX.


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