The Salomon train has long departed. The XT-6 and XT-4 silhouettes have worked their magic on the world of sneakers, ushering us into a space more accepting, even desiring of trail-ready, utility-based designs. More recent drops like the ACS Pro cemented Salomon’s place as one of the most popular sneaker brands of the modern day.
But while Salomon basks in its success, with collaborations and limited drops still selling out quickly and hitting resale sites like StockX for a hefty premium, some of the brand’s best colorways have gone unnoticed. In the case of these lesser-loved colorways, the price premium doesn’t exist. In fact, it’s the opposite.
Below, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best Salomon sneakers to cop for
Let’s start with the basics. Probably the most popular of all Salomons, the Triple Black XT-6 is a functional masterpiece, and you can secure it for less than its $190 price tag right now.
The same goes for the Lunar Rock colorway which is pretty much a Triple White iteration. With sizes available for as low as $149, it’s a serious contender as we enter spring and summer.
Neutral colorways always grab our attention, and this Safari outfit is doing just that.
The Salomon ACS Pro is basically an ATV for your feet. It’s built to withstand a beating across all terrain and looks great while doing it. This clean Vanilla Ice colorway is available for $170, $60 below the $230 RRP.
Alongside the brand’s utilitarian prowess, one of the major attractions to Salomon’s collections is the range of wild colorways. A memorable one from last year was this Evening Primrose setup.
Desert Sage might be the most versatile colorway in this roundup. Its pastel finish makes it a dream for styling.
Margiela’s sub-label MM6 has now worked several times with Salomon. This black version of the Cross Low features a hooded build for waterproofing as well as a typically dramatic Margiela aesthetic.
Red laces are the real standout feature of this Peat colorway. They bring a pop of vitality to the toned-down upper.
The XT-6 Expanse builds on the popularity of the regular XT-6 but exchanges the toggled lacing system for a set of good old laces.
The contrast of the pink mesh upper with the matte grey mudguard epitomizes the beauty of Salomon.
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