ACS Chassis (Agile Chassis System)
The control of the pronation is sometimes overlooked on the models specifically designed for the trail.
The Wings 2 keeps your support stable and limits the pronation effect, especially exacerbated when you go down. Due to the force exerted, your ankle and knees tend to move inward, causing injury. The ACS (Agile Chassis System) chassis, clearly visible at the back of the foot, blocks and maintains your heel. No risk of lack of stability. Crampons suitable for downhill
The cleats have been optimized to allow you to go down the collars as easily as you have mounted them. Their precise geometry ensures an impeccable grip even when the ground is loose, or worse when it is slightly sandy and you risk slipping with each support. Crampons crash and anchor you with confidence. But in reality, it is the entire length of the sole that is adapted to slippery facies. The High Abrasion rubber of the Contagrip outsole shines through its traction performance over a wide range of surfaces. It is possible to run and dodge obstacles by passing where you would never go without your Wings Pro 2. Stem with film Profeel
To go from the first to the last kilometer without any problems, you will need a good dose of maintenance and robustness. It would be a shame to crack your shoes by bumping on a root. Fortunately, you wear Solomon, and
this model is equipped with an ultra-resistant stem . Not only does it keep your foot firmly in place, neither too strong nor too little (thank you the 3D Stretch mesh), but in addition it will not explode. All this thanks to the Profeel coating, a robust and supple layer, the Sensifit system, and the TPU stone guard at the end of the pair to prevent crushing of the toes . Endofit + Quicklace + sliding eyelets
Comfort level, you will be served.
The molded EVA midsole absorbs shocks as if by magic . The inside of the shoe is not bad either with its Endofit slipper. For a more effective foot support, the lacing is fast and is called Quicklace. Sliding grommets distribute the tension of the cable system, preventing you from feeling too tight at the kick and not enough at the forefoot. To top it all off, the flexible tongue fits the upper contours of the foot and thus prevents foreign bodies from entering.