Just got a got a pair of the new Salomon supercross. https://www.salomon.com/en-us/shop/product/supercross.html#color=14678
For those of you who have tried the Salomon speedcross and thought, if they were just a little wider, then the supercross will be that shoe. The supercross has one of the widest toe boxes that I have seen on a Salomon shoe. I also like the tread pattern better. They have very grippy lugs that are v shaped and larger diameter than the speedcross. So if you have ripped the lugs off the speedcross and thought if they were a little bigger then they would hold up better, the supercross is your shoe. The supercross are also more flexible than the speedcross. The soles of the supercross feel softer than the speedcross yet still feel springy-more of a rebound effect. The rubber on the bottom of the sole feels soft and grips well on Concreete and Falt line. Supercross need no break in. So unless you have narrow feet the supercross shoes looks to be a great choice. They are also cheaper than the speedcross.
If I could change one thing on the supercross and speedcross it would be to have a lower drop from heel to toe. Both are a 10mm drop. I would like it to be a 4mm drop but that’s me. One other thing. Since Solomons are usually on the narrow side I have ordered a half size larger. I am thinking that I will have to go back down to 11 1/2 for the Supercross as the size 12 Feels a little big. I know this is a newer line of salomon shoes but if anyone has any long-term Durability update I would love to hear it. I will also update after I use them for a while. Another shoe that looks interesting is the Saucony peregrine 10 ST. If anyone has tried that shoe and would like to give some feedback that would be great.