Updates to Salming Race 5
- The Salming Race 5 is a road running shoe that is intended for neutral runners. It uses the 2 Layer construction, which aims to provide better breathability and support.
- Featured on the outsole is the Lite Rubber. The goal of this material is to provide traction and protection against wear and tear.
- The midsole utilizes the RunLite technology, which is essential when it comes to attaining maximum ground feel.
Size and fit
Salming Race 5 size and fit
When it comes to sizing, the Salming Race 5 follows the standard measurements. This product is best for runners who intend to take any short and long-distance running sessions to the next level. The available widths are D - Medium for the men's version and B - Medium for the women's version.
The Lite Rubber is integrated into the Salming Race 5. The goal of this material is to heighten the grip that is needed for any road surfaces.
The absorption of negative forces and the release of high rebound energies during the toe-off phase of the gait cycle are offered by the RunLite technology. From the very first stride, the low profile of the midsole enhances proprioception.
A carbon fiber material called Torsion Efficiency Unit is utilized in this product. The technology's purpose is to create a more responsive ride, essentially optimizing the running efficiency.
It utilizes the TGS 62/75° design which is defined as the distance from the ball to the heel of the foot and ends at the 75° angle or “ballet” line. This feature of the Salming Race 5 is centered on assuring that the product bends correctly. This component of the shoe is meant to stimulate the natural forward and lateral movements of the runner's foot.
The creators of the Salming Race 5 created the 2 Layer construction as a means of giving more breathable coverage.
The first layer is made up of an air mesh which enhances comfort and plushness. A thin net mesh makes up the second sheet. Its primary purpose is to enable excellent water drainage. The material is essential in keeping the runner's foot protected from gravel and sand, as well.
Utilizing the Exo Skeleton design, the upper strives to eliminate friction. The manufacturers of this shoe made this component to lock the foot in place and to relieve pressure on the joints.
A Heel Cup is also utilized in this running shoe. This technology is essential in keeping the heel of the foot in place and preventing it from exiting the shoe involuntarily.
The anatomical last features a larger toe box, enabling the toes to expand comfortably and inherently, particularly during the landing phase of the gait cycle.