Sports and Fitness November 28, 2020
The Salomon Predict 2 are an updated version of the original Predict running shoes, available in one colour, an attractive black and white with a gradient design that gets darker at the heel.
Enjoy the white toes whilst they last unless you plan on running indoors only. These trainers aim to create an even more dynamic ride, with anatomical decoupling that helps your foot to flex in natural way whilst maintaining the support you need to protect your joints. The Infiniride foam is a new addition to these shoes that uses a TPU-based foam infused with nitrogen for a plush and long-lasting cushioning foundation and a comfortable fit straight out of the box. The Predict 2 have been made for training and racing, with a roomy fit in the toe box that allows for the feet to expand when warm, they weigh a comfy 275g and have a heel drop of 8mm.
The independent platforms on the outsole activate to stabilize your footfall with each step, the 360° instant fit feature uses a technical half-bootie construction to remove inner seams that can cause irritation and blisters. The midsole has grooves to help guide the foot and propel the foot forward for a smooth transition from heel to toe. The upper has 360° articulation which adds to the flexibility of the shoe, the blown rubber Contagrip provides cushioning without adding weight or removing too much of the sensation of the ground beneath your feet. The Contagrip FA outsole uses flat and wide lugs best suited for flat, hard surfaces, ideally road running topped off with Molded OrthoLite sockliners that contours to your foot, hugging it whilst you run but providing plenty of ventilation when things heat up. These runners are made to clock up the miles on the pavements, irritation free with a good amount of flexibility and breathability straight out the box, don’t let their beauty put you off taking them out and getting them grubby. RRP £150
- Roomy toe box
- Flexible outsole
- Good amount of cushioning but no overtop
- Comfortable road runners
- Functional technologies