Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Ashmei Ullswater 9 & 20 mile trail runs, 2014

CavemanClarke and new run buddy Paul Yeoman
Not too long ago, I had a fantastic weekend trail running in The Lakes. Pooley Bridge, a small village situated by the quietly lapping waters-edge of Ullswater was to host the 2014 Ashmei 9 and 20 mile trail runs. Thirty and a half miles later (more about that in a minute!), a few new friends and with fun tales to tell, I fondly look back at what turned out to be a really great event.


It all started early Friday morning, packing my new favourite toy. After much consideration and saving, my wife and I decided to invest in a comfortable way to travel and stay all over the UK without having to slum it in a tent or pay through the nose for a B&B. So we bought ourselves a campervan; a Mazda Bongo to be exact. After shuddering at the weather forecast, carefully remembering everything on the race kit list, and not forgetting the espresso maker, (after all, we are glamping now!) we headed off on the 4.5h journey to Ullswater. Upon arriving we pitched up in a lovely spot with all the other campers staying for the weekend and sat back to ponder what the weekend would bring. Ashmei events had set up a huge tent-marquee with race registration, chill-out area, food section and shop selling their merino wool run clothing and merchandise. A fire pit was smouldering away and an inspirational running movie was playing on a big screen. Nice!

Much more comfy than a tent!

Home from home
Coffee for the morning








The 9 miler

Ready for the start of the race
I awoke Saturday morning to glorious sunshine for the 9 mile trail run. Note to self: never believe your iPhone weather App! Meeting and greeting the group of runners from all backgrounds and abilities is always a pleasure at races. Comparing shoes, hydration systems, GPS watches and talking all things running is always a highlight for a gear-geek like me. And to top it off, some of them had even read my reviews in the past! Lining up and bearing in mind that I was running this 9 miler as a 'warm-up' for the 20 miler the next day, the race started and the super-fit bounded off into the distance leaving all the 'normal' folk like me in the main pack. The course was a double loop of 4.5 miles, and began by climbing a relentless and energy sapping hill up onto the fell. Once on top it stayed there, winding through rocky paths and heather-clad trails until it worked its way steeply back downhill to the start/finish. A quick glug of water and a couple of helpless jelly babies and it was back up the thigh-burning hill for the second loop. It was at this point that I realised my Cambridge-born weakness; uphill! "Must train harder" I said aloud to myself at one point. But every cloud has a silver lining. A group of lads who overtook me on the hill and left my site in no time were not to beat me! This is where I discovered my strength! Hours of admiring Kilian Jornet's downhill technique would pay off, and flying down the steep rocky paths I overtook them just before the finish. "Where did you come from?" was their surprised gasp as I passed them on the home straight! 






The 20 miler (aka The 21.5 miler!)

20 mile briefing
Reading the map of the route
The next day, after a chilled out afternoon post 9 miler the previous day at the local pub in Pooley Bridge it was time to conquer the 20 mile single loop of the Ullswater Lake. Once again, the iPhone-predicted thunder and rain was nowhere to be seen and the sun shone blisteringly hot on the 50-something runners ready for a good trail run. I teamed up with a new-found friend Paul Yeoman from the day before, and we agreed to stick together, as he had never before run the distance and I had been out of training due to an irritating ankle injury that just won't shift. At just after 8:00 in the morning the race was under way. 



Now, I'll get this off my chest straight away; the 20 miler soon turned into a 21.5 mile race, partly due to local youths moving some of the signs, sending the whole pack in a loop through a forest, and partly due to a large proportion of runners missing a signpost and having to take an extended pathway to rejoin the route! Imagining those youths standing at the finish line of the run certainly helped with the sprint finish, believe me!!!



The route was spectacular. It looped the entire lake and provided some of the most breathtaking views I had seen in months! I love the Lakes. It is like Heaven on earth for me. It can also be like hell on earth when you are attempting to run up some of the mountains and hills! It turned out that Paul did most of the waiting for me, especially on the uphill sections. Together, we made our way along the beautiful trails, taking in glorious views, sunshine and lush green scenery as we ran. Comradery between runners was much appreciated by all, with constant support and friendly chatter the entire way to the finish line. Also, the two aid stations along the route were well stocked with energy gels, water, squash, cola, sweets, flapjack and crisps!




What is important to learn.....
After what had found 'one of the hardest trails to date' due to my lack of training, hills and the heat of the day, the finish line was a welcome sight to all. With crystallized sweat dripping from eyebrows, empty water bottles and energy tanks, and a great new sun tan it was a sprint to the finish line. Paul had stuck with me all the way, and could have finished quite a long way in front of me had he run solo, but he was there beside me. A guy I had only met the previous day on the 9 miler. 

This is what trail running is all about; not just keeping active, moving across beautiful landscapes at pace or pushing you limits in the great outdoors, but also making new friends and supporting one-another all the way. This is why I love trail running so much. 

If you are angry and over-competitive, trying to prove yourself or constantly beat others, take up another sport. Yes trail running has a competitive aspect at the higher levels, and this is healthy, but deep down in every true trail runner is the desire to get outside, enjoy pure freedom and share this experience with like-minded runners, encouraging and supporting all the way. Thanks Paul for showing this spirit in all its glory!

CavemanClarke and Paul Yeoman approaching the finish line of the 20 miler
Ashmei 20 miler finish line
A huge thank you and well done to Ashmei for organising and running this event. It was a great weekend and a fantastic trail running experience. I hope to be back next year :-)

Happy running everyone
CavemanClarke

Paul Yeoman has just completed running at least 1 mile a day (many more most days!) in remembrance of his Mum who sadly died of cancer a few years ago. He has decided to continue this to 1001 days running in a row. He is raising money for Cancer Research UK and if you would like to sponsor him please go to https://www.justgiving.com/PaulYeoman22/ and help to save lives!

Disclaimer: Pictures courtesy of and thanks to Ashmei (http://ashmei-events.com/category/blog/), Paul Yeoman and Hannah Clarke

Thursday, 26 June 2014

Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra review: a comparison with the Sense 3 Ultra Soft Ground

Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra
Welcome everyone to what I feel is a very exciting post, in which I will be reviewing one of the newest and latest releases in the top quality Salomon S-Lab, athlete-inspired line-up; the Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra. I will also be comparing it to its wet-weather twin, the Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra SG (soft ground). For a full review of the Sense 3 Ultra SG please click here!  

I have tried a lot of minimalist trail shoes over the past few years (as you can imagine), and occasionally one pops up that feels right, grabs your attention and takes you miles, and miles, and miles.....It is very seldom that two come along at the same time, but this has certainly been the case in relation to the Sense 3 Ultra and Sense 3 Ultra SG. Racing footwear has become far more of an easy choice. Simply look out of the window, and if its dry and hot out there, put on the Sense 3 Ultra. If its wet, slip on the SG version. Sorted!

What a beauty the Sense 3 Ultra's really are!
What Salomon say:
The evolution continues from Killian Jornet’s input through races like the Western States™ 100. Ideal for dry and hot conditions, this ultra-distance trail racing shoe boasts increased durability and stability in its 3rd iteration.
Designed for ultra distance, breathability and to be lightweight.

S-Lab Sense Technologies
Natural running:
Natural motion frees the foot to move, with a reduced heel drop for an even foot strike. S-Lab construction reduces weight to make the S-Lab Sense the lightest, lowest racing shoe in Salomon's range. 
Low Heel Drop:
To promote midfoot striking and better agility

Salomon Sense 3 ultra: low, light and fast
Features:
  • Breathable open mesh uppers
  • Super lightweight around 230g (size 8)
  • Low differential at only 4mm (13mm heel and 9mm forefoot)
  • Seamless SensiFit and 2nd Skin seamless construction enhances comfort
  • Quicklace system with lace pocket
  • Tongue cover prevents trail debris entering shoe
  • EndoFit sock-liner holds midfoot well and allows shoe to be worn with or without socks
  • TPU protective toe cap
  • Dynamic traction from non-marking Contagrip sole
  • Profeel Propriotection rock-plate in the forefoot with OS Tendon
Photo's:






Review and Comparison to the Sense 3 Ultra SG's:
To help you understand how these shoes perform I will score them 1 - 10 (1 = low, 10 = high) on 10 categories which encompass a good minimalist trail shoe, giving them an overall CavemanClarke score out of 100. Furthermore, under each category I will include any relevant comparisons to the Sense 3 Ultra SG's:


1) Weight: 9/10
A lightweight trail shoe is paramount to me, allowing an unaltered, natural running technique and stride. The Ultra's come in a fraction lighter than the SG; 255g and 280g respectively. This is largely due to the absence of huge rubber lugs jutting out the bottom of the shoe, but also taking into consideration the lighter weight mesh uppers. I certainly do not have any complaints here, and the only way I could see to lighten the shoe further, without compromising durability, would be to lower the 4mm heel lift, therefore losing some material. Some though, would argue that this would limit its use as an ultra distance shoe.

2) Ground feel: 9/10
The Sense 3 Ultra's allow sufficient proprioception to make for a safe, agile and comfortable run over a variety of terrains. The rock-plate in the forefoot, known as 'Profeel Propriotection' dissipates sharp stones and trail debris well without compromising too much on ground feel and sensory feedback during your run; ideal in a long distance race. The Ultra does have better ground feel than the SG version, and therefore gains a point in this area.

Not too much between your foot and the trail
3) Protection: 10/10
The Sense 3 Ultra's provides perfectly adequate protection in all the right places, keeping your feet safe but still maintaining a lightweight construction. I have not noticed any difference between the Ultra's and the SG's here.

Perfectly adequate protection for the toes and feet
4) Natural foot position: 6/10
The 4mm heel-toe differential in both the Ultra and the SG's means I have to knock-off a few points (one for each mm drop) as I have done in past reviews, as the foot is not in a completely natural position. This may be better suited for ultra distance races and training runs, but I personally still prefer a completely natural foot position.

5) Natural shape of foot: 9/10
Along with its soft ground wet weather twin, the Sense 3 Ultra's are the best shaped Salomon's I have tried, fitting like a slipper! In the past, Salomon's always came up way too narrow for my feet, but the Sense range seem to fit more naturally by becoming far wider in the forefoot and toe box. There is still room for a slightly wider option for people like me with a very wide toe-splay, but they are definitely wide enough to comfortably use on training runs and long races.

Both identically shaped
6) Comfort: 10/10
The seamless EndoFit/SensiFit constructions holding the foot in all the right places, and the more natural shape of the S-Lab Sense range, means the Sense 3 Ultra and SG's are easily the most comfortable pairs of Salomon's I have ever worn and run in. They both feel identical to wear in terms of shape, with the only noticeable differences being a more breathable upper in the Ultra's and a heavier sole unit with marginally less ground feel on the SG's.

7) Grip/traction: 10/10
I have still, to date, never been disappointed by the performance of the Sense 3 Ultra SG when it comes to grip and traction in wet and slippery conditions. Here is an insert from my previous review of the SG's:
"I have tried these shoes on grass, mud, gravel, rock, hard-packed trail and even pavement! In wet, muddy and sloppy conditions I would put it on par with the Fellcross 2 and have not really noticed any significant differences between them on this type of terrain. Where the Sense 3 Ultra SG comes into it's own and surpasses the abilities of the Fellcross 2 is its ability to perform effortlessly over a wider variety of terrain. Yes, of course, it is not at home running the pavements and roads of a city street, but it does provide better stability and grip on hard-packed trail, rock, gravel and dry mud than other serious off-road trail shoes I have tried in the past from a variety of manufacturers."
When it comes to the Sense 3 Ultra's, I have been equally impressed. Yes, of course they don't perform as well in wet and muddy conditions, but that is why Salomon have cleverly and sensibly released a wet and dry version of the same shoe. But, if the ground is dry and hard, whether it be pavement, road, dry grass, dirt tracks, rocks, mountain paths or gravel, the Sense 3 Ultra copes perfectly with it all. I can't really say anything further that would be more helpful than this!

Here you can clearly see the difference in the wet and dry versions of the Sense 3 Ultra's
Fantastic grip for ascents and descents
Wet or dry, choose your shoe!
8) Durability/Quality: 10/10
Still no issues with the SG's, and I have put quite a few miles on them now. To date, the grip and the uppers are still showing no signs of premature wear and tear. I assume the Sense 3 Ultra's will perform similarly, although the uppers are a more breathable mesh material. I can't see this making a huge difference, and once again, only time will tell!


9) Pricing: 8/10
Both the Ultra and the SG retail at £140 in the UK. Therefore, the excellence of this magnificent trail shoe does come at a price. As I mentioned in the SG review,
"The Sense 3 Ultra SG's are part of the prestigious S-Lab racing range, carefully designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of their top athletes such as Kilian Jornet and Emilie Forsberg. Therefore they will always come at a slightly higher price, but if the cost of these shoes was to drop to around the £100 mark the Sense 3's would obliterate their competition in the trail running market."
To me, if I find a shoe that is comfortable and performs just as I require (as is the case with the Sense 3's), price is less of an issue. However, I would want both the Ultra and the SG available in my arsenal of trail running weapons to fully equip me for the unpredictable UK weather, and this gets very expensive! 

10) Design: 10/10
I have completely fallen in love with the design and colourways of both the Sense 3 Ultra and Sense 3 Ultra SG. When I put them on I immediately feel like a Salomon athlete, fast and light on my feet! Of course, due to the fact I live in flat-as-a-pancake-Cambridgeshire, this soon comes to an end when I encounter any kind of incline!

Both fantastic looking shoes!
CavemanClarke score: 91/100

Conclusion:
What a fantastic duo the Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra and Sense 3 Ultra Soft Ground really make! With the ability to run naturally in a comfortable and lightweight trail shoe for racing and training situations in either wet or dry weather conditions, this is a fantastic and well designed combination. Simply throw both pairs in your kit bag and decide at the race location which pair is the most suitable for the terrain and conditions underfoot. A match made in heaven for the trail running footwear world! Both pairs are a pleasure to run in when worn for their desired conditions, with both allowing a certain level of 'cross-over' if weather conditions vary across the entirety of the run route. The Sense 3 Ultra range gets a double thumbs up approval by me! 

Thank you Salomon for the opportunity to test and review these beauty's!

Happy running everyone
CavemanClarke

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra preview

The new Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra
What better surprise than to arrive home after a hard days work, to be greeted by a parcel delivery sitting on the doorstep containing one of the latest releases by Salomon in their prestigious S-Lab line up for 2014; the Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra! 

After recently testing, reviewing and being very impressed with its wet-weather twin, the Sense 3 Ultra Soft Ground I was more than excited to get these on my feet, out the door and on the trails in dryer weather to see just how they compared. The perfect opportunity was only a week away; a 10km race in which I had entered myself, along with a few of my run coaching and Trinity Fitness Club clients. I knew it would be a tough course, very hot weather and with plenty of rolling countryside (aka hills!) and over a variety of terrains, so it would be ideal to put these shoes through their first paces. 

With the race now behind me and only a couple more runs needed before I can bring you a full review on the Sense 3 Ultra's, it won't be long now until I will post a full comparison review between the Sense 3 Ultra and the Sense 3 Ultra Soft Grounds.

Full review coming soon...watch this space! Until then, happy running!
CavemanClarke

Thursday, 29 May 2014

Trinity Fitness does the Wimpole HooHaah 10k

Trinity Fitness runners Hannah and Anais complete their first 10k race
It gives me great pleasure to help people achieve things that they doubted they could do, or once thought they would never even have imagined trying. Last week, I took some of my Trinity Fitness run coaching and Fitness Club members to run the Wimpole HooHaah 10k race in Cambridgeshire, UK. The group was a mixture of first-time 10k runners, people returning to running their first race in years as well as regular runners. 

After much practice and some last minute run coaching to help people get the best out their race experience, the day was upon us. Nerves collided with excitement, the thrill of the event coupled with anticipation of what the course would throw at us and how our times and goals would pan out. It was a scorching hot day with no sign of even a light breeze to bring some relief from the intense heat. Gladly, some of the run was to take us through tree-lined paths and small woodland, but there was still a fair few kilometers through open grassland and fields in full force of the unrelenting sunshine! Still, we were there, each of us with our own hopes and goals, and ready to face whatever the course could put in front of us.

The route started with a lung-busting uphill section that slowed the best of us right down. After a short recovery period and a long, sweeping section through fields and around the edge of the trees it was into the woodland and along a beautiful tree lined path that wound gradually up and down hills and into the grounds of Wimpole Hall Estate. A few kilometers through the grounds and the finish line was in sight. Spectators lined the finishing stretch and gave the runners energy to sprint the last 100m! At around 10.2km it certainly wasn't a PB course, but it was a run steeped in traditional British countryside views and history.  

I love to run the trails, and it has been an absolute honour to share my passion with others and see them experience the pleasure and freedom that trail running brings. An achievement by all who ran, a fun day in the sunshine taking in the English countryside views and an insight into the social side that running can bring to your life, I feel wholeheartedly that the event was a complete success for those running with Trinity Fitness. Well done to all of you who ran and I really hope it has inspired you to keep on running.

One runner who had never before run a 10k and was doubtful to whether they would be able to complete the course, said after finishing, "It was really hard work, especially in the heat and up the hills, but I did it, got my first running medal and really enjoyed the pint of beer and pub meal afterwards! I'm thinking of running another race soon and I really did enjoy the social aspect of sharing the feeling of achievement with all the other people who ran too."   

Ready for the pub after a tough and hot 10k race
Happy running everyone
CavemanClarke

Saturday, 3 May 2014

Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra Soft Ground Review

Ready for the trails: the Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra Soft Ground
Back in December 2013 I was excited to bring you a review of what I thought was one of the best trail shoes for wet and soft ground conditions that I had ever tried; the Salomon S-Lab Fellcross 2. I thought it would be some time and take some beating to better such a great trail and off-trail shoe, but in next to no time at all Salomon have done just that by releasing their latest shoes in the S-Lab Sense range, the Sense 3 Ultra Soft Ground (SG). I managed to get my hands on a pair of the Sense 3 Ultra SG and set out to test them on my local trails. I knew even before I got out the door that I was in for a treat, as I had never put on such a comfortable trail shoe from Salomon; the fit was perfect! Over the next few weeks I took them out on the trails to put them through their paces, alternating with other trail shoes to get an accurate idea of how the Sense 3 Ultra SG perform. Here is what I found.....
Quality and very comfortable over longer distances
Salomon say.....
"Take the aggressive tread of the SPEEDCROSS, apply it to the low, light and fast S-LAB SENSE concept, and you've got an athlete requested, ultra-distance trail running weapon for soft ground."
Designed for: soft ground grip, ultra distance and to be lightweight

S-Lab Sense Technologies
Natural running:
Natural motion frees the foot to move, with a reduced heel drop for an even foot strike. S-Lab construction reduces weight to make the S-Lab Sense the lightest, lowest racing shoe in Salomon's range. 
Low Heel Drop:
To promote midfoot striking and better agility

Features:

  • Super lightweight: 230g (size 8)
  • Low differential at only 4mm (13mm heel and 9mm forefoot)
  • Seamless SensiFit and 2nd Skin seamless construction enhances comfort
  • Quicklace system with lace pocket
  • Tongue cover prevents trail debris entering shoe
  • EndoFit sock-liner holds midfoot well and allows shoe to be worn with or without socks
  • TPU protective toe cap
  • Mud&Snow Contagrip similar to the SPEEDCROSS
  • Profeel Propriotection rock-plate in the forefoot with OS Tendon


To help you understand how these shoes perform I will score them 1 - 10 (1 = low, 10 = high) on 10 categories which encompass a good minimalist trail and fell shoe, giving them an overall CavemanClarke score out of 100:

The Sense 3 Ultra Soft Ground are an extremely lightweight trail running shoe
1) Weight: 9/10
A good running shoe must always be lightweight to allow a natural form and cadence. My pair of UK10.5's weigh in at 280g per shoe. This is an extremely lightweight trail shoe that therefore allows you to run very comfortably without any unnecessary added weight affecting your stride. 

2) Ground feel: 8/10
Of course, these shoes do not have the ground feel of extremely minimalist shoes such as the Vibram FiveFingers but they do allow sufficient proprioception to make for a safe, agile and comfortable run. The Profeel Propriotection rock-plate in the forefoot dissipates sharp stones and trail debris well without compromising too much on ground feel and sensory feedback whilst running. A good balance in my opinion and similar to the feel of the Fellcross 2.

3) Protection: 10/10
The Sense 3 Ultra SG have just enough protection in just the right places, keeping the feet free from unwanted and avoidable injury but still maintaining a lightweight construction.

Protection in all the right places
4) Natural foot position: 6/10
Due to the 4mm heel-toe differential I have to knock-off a few points (one for each mm drop) as I have done in past reviews, as the foot is not in a completely natural position. However, on uneven terrain and especially in wet and muddy trail conditions, this small drop becomes unnoticeable and insignificant and I am more than happy to wear these shoes. This is especially relevant over longer distances, which is what the Sense 3 Ultra SG are designed for.

5) Natural shape of foot: 9/10
The Sense 3 Ultra SG are the best shaped Salomon's I have tried, and it really makes a difference on a run! My foot slips into the shoe, with plenty of forefoot space and room for natural toe-splay, but tightly held by the EndoFit sock liner around the midfoot and also securely locking the heel in its place. It fits like a slipper! 

The most comfortable Salomon's I have ever tried!
6) Comfort: 10/10
The Sense 3 Ultra SG are by far the most comfortable pair of Salomon's I have ever worn and run in. The seamless construction, natural shape and EndoFit/SensiFit constructions hold the foot in all the right places, whilst allowing sufficient room for the forefoot and toes. I have no issues with the last or comfort at all, and this is a first for me with Salomon shoes, as I have always found them to be slightly too narrow in the past, especially when wearing them for long periods of time. This for me, is one of the main selling points of the Sense 3 Ultra SG.

7) Grip/traction: 10/10
I have never been disappointed by the performance of the Sense 3 Ultra SG when it comes to grip and traction. I have tried these shoes on grass, mud, gravel, rock, hard-packed trail and even pavement! In wet, muddy and sloppy conditions I would put it on par with the Fellcross 2 and have not really noticed any significant differences between them on this type of terrain. Where the Sense 3 Ultra SG comes into it's own and surpasses the abilities of the Fellcross 2 is its ability to perform effortlessly over a wider variety of terrain. Yes, of course, it is not at home running the pavements and roads of a city street, but it does provide better stability and grip on hard-packed trail, rock, gravel and dry mud than other serious off-road trail shoes I have tried in the past from a variety of manufacturers. 

The grip and traction of the Sense 3 Ultra SG will not let you down!
8) Durability/Quality: 10/10
So far, no issues here! This is a tough category to judge as only a lot of time and mileage can cast a true light and representation on the durability of a pair of trail shoes, but so far both the grip and the uppers are showing no signs of premature wear and tear. Phew!!!

9) Pricing: 8/10
At a RRP of £140 in the UK, the excellent performance and comfort of the Sense 3 Ultra SG comes at a price. The Sense 3 Ultra SG's are part of the prestigious S-Lab racing range, carefully designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of their top athletes such as Kilian Jornet and Emilie Forsberg. Therefore they will always come at a slightly higher price, but if the cost of these shoes was to drop to around the £100 mark the Sense 3's would obliterate their competition in the trail running market.

10) Design: 10/10
Decide for yourself, but I absolutely love the design of the Sense 3 Ultra SG. When you put them on your feet to go for a run, you immediately feel fast and light! 

A fantastic looking trail shoe makes you feel light and fast.....
CavemanClarke score: 90/100

Conclusion:
Congratulations Salomon for creating an extremely comfortable, lightweight and excellent quality trail shoe that performs superbly. I have enjoyed every minute spent exploring the trails in these shoes, and have been very impressed with the performance and comfort I have experienced over a wide variety of terrains and distances. 

I would thoroughly recommend the Sense 3 Ultra SG to anyone wanting to get the most out of their running. Whether you really want to push your limits on race day, or just have a seriously comfy and trustworthy pair of trail and fell shoes that will perform fantastically in soft ground conditions and very well over a wide variety of other terrains and conditions, this shoe is an excellent choice.

Monster grip similar to the Speedcross
About time these hit the trails, never to be this shiny again!
They certainly excelled my expectations. Now to clean them...
Why you would buy this shoe:

Extremely comfortable
Lightweight
Natural running feel
Excellent grip
Very good quality

Quality materials and construction have created a serious trail running weapon
Happy running everyone
CavemanClarke

Previous posts about the Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra Soft Ground:

Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra SG - First Impressions

An update on the Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra SG's