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Salomon S-lab Series

The S-lab series is range of Salomon performance shoes designed for freedom.


Salomon’s first road racing shoe of the Citytrail line is for city urban roadrunners. Whether climbing the stairs, running through a bridge, or enjoying a short route across the park, the S-Lab Sonic is made specifically for urban setting with its dual-density midsole, which offers exceptional impact protection. Meanwhile, the Contragrip in the outsole provides traction for making tight turns or cutting across urban trails. Its stretchable upper with nylon fabric keeps one’s feet comfortable and cool when running  over hot asphalt.


Kilian Jornet’s personal choice for being a lightweight trainer for trail running or a racer for ultras, Salomon’s S-Lab Sense Ultra is engineered for performance featuring a reflective mesh upper that snugly holds the feet in place.  Meanwhile, its Endofit technology allows one to fend off debris.  As added security feature, its outsole provides optimal grip in dry and warm conditions and for support and protection over rough surfaces.  Its upper has a breathable mesh and an updated lug design.


Highly recommended for an ultramarathon with the toughest conditions.  The S-Lab Sense 5 Ultra SG is a specialist in wet and muddy trails for its aggressive lug pattern with an embedded rock plate that provides supreme traction and protection. The mesh upper has a reflective material that snugly holds feet  while the endofit technology fends off debris.  The trail shoe is engineered for performance and a great choice for ultramarathon runners.



The  S-Lab Wings is the epitome of  performance trail running shoe designed for high-mileage trail running with its cushioned and supportive midsole for protection and comfort plus the lightweight material and sleek design that supports a runner’s trail racing needs while the outsole serves to ensure traction and has been tried and tested on various surfaces.



Step out into the traills, follow your passion, and run the path of most resistance at the Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas 2016!

Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas, 9 Apr. 2016

Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas is back on its fifth year will be held in the thick forest and majestic valleys, abundant hills, and rivers of Subic in Zambales.  Known as one of the technical races and much anticipated by the trail running community in the country, Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas has attracted both newbies and hardcore runners considered as loyalists of the Salomon brand.

This year, a combination of new routes including motivational and historical trivia signages along the race route, new obstacles, and challenges are prepared exclusively for this event.  Since it is considered a Green Run, there’ll be no disposables provided at the hydration stations.  All participants are advised to bring their own hydration bottles.


Race Registration

Registration is ongoing until 31 Mar. 2016.   Contact Extribe at (032) 439.3007 for delivery options.

Online Registration using credit card and other information at Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas. Registration Centers at the following Salomon branches: 4F SM Aura Mall, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig; 3F SM Megamall (Building D), Mandaluyong; 2F SM North EDSA Annex Building, Quezon City; 2F Glorietta 3, Makati City

Bus shuttle to and from Subic is available for the first 300 registrants at an additional fee of ₱ 600.  Race kit distribution is scheduled on 1-3 Apr. 2016 at Salomon Stores.

Race Route Maps and Scenic Trail Paths
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Race Category, Registration Fee, and Race Kit Inclusion

Category and Race Fee


Race Kit Inclusion

32K Mountain Run

(₱ 1600)

For advanced trail runners with advance trail running experience. The route is a mixture of different terrains from asphalt to sand, to rocks, to river crossing, and technical ascents. This category simulates ascents of sky running races. Participants need to bring the following mandatory gears: headlamp, whistle, hydration pack/belt. Important: These items will be checked prior to gun start. No Mandatory Gear, No Race! Finisher’s medal for participants who finish within the cut-off time of seven (7) hours. Race bib, timing chip, Salomon X-Trail technical jersey, Salomon race bag, post-race meal
24K Mountain Run

(₱ 1400)

For trail runners who want to take their race to the next level with technical ascents and varying terrain. This category simulates ascents of sky running. Participants need to bring the following mandatory gears: headlamp, whistle, hydration pack/belt. Important: These items will be checked prior to gun start. No Mandatory Gear, No Race!  Finisher’s medal for those who finish within cut-off time of five (5) hours.
12K Road to Trail

(₱ 1100)

For runners with basic trail running experience who want to experience technical terrain. Cut-off time is 2.5 hours.
6K Road to Trail

(₱ 850)

Targets beginners who want to explore the world of trail running. Road runners are very welcome to experience a different adrenaline rush.  Cut-off time is 1.5 hours.

Century Tuna’s Superbods: the Underpants Run, 5 Mar. 2016

The second edition of the Superbods: the Underpants Run kicks off Century Tuna’s Ironman 70.3 next weekend in one of the region’s desired triathlon destinations, Subic Bay. Running among the world’s top athletes will be the country’s superbods finalists–all for a cause.

CT The Underpants Run

Inspired by the tradition at Kona, home of the Ironman World Championship, Century Tuna is continuing the Superbods Underpants Run which started last year to cultivate a fun local tradition that also gives back to the community.


This pre-race activity, which made last year’s headlines, is open to all participants of this year’s Ironman 70.3.  The fun run will raise over US$ 2,000 to support the National Greening Program of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority Ecology Center. Two pairs of winners (foreign and local) are selected to bring home the coveted prizes: Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 Superbods Award and US$ 500 each.

The Underpants Run will start at 9:30 AM from Subic Bay Yacht Club and will take participants through a scenic route along the Subic Bay Freeport Zone.   “We are all excited about the return of this year’s Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 triathlon as it further strengthens our vision to help Filipinos live healthy. We also hope to cement new traditions like the Century Tuna Superbods: The Underpants Run that people will anticipate for years to come,” said Greg Banzon, Century Canning Corp.  general manager.

For more details, kindly visit Century Pacific  or Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay.