Salming Viper Squash Shoes Men and Women

Here’s the Salming Viper, a new squash shoe from Salming for 2014.

PDH Sports posted some photos of the Salming Viper range on their Instagram account a while back, and they’re now available for purchase.

Here’s a men’s version in blue:
Salming Viper Men Blue
Image via PDH Sports Instagram

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And here’s a women’s version in pink & purple:
Salming Viper Women Pink
Image via PDH Sports Instagram

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    • Pierre Bastien says

      Hi Kyle I believe these are going to be court shoes (though, Salming is also coming out with some running shoes in the summer).

  1. Zsolt says

    Has anyone played in these shoes? They look really nice, but i couldn’t find any consumer reviews or opinions on it. Would appreciate some feedback of this shoe :s

  2. Zsolt says

    Did anyone try out these shoes? Couldn’t find any consumer review or opinion on it. Can someone tell me how they are? Would really appreciate it

  3. Denis R Charron says

    I’ve been using these shoes for 3 months.
    I love them, they are very stable on court and have a lot of amortization.
    Highly recommended

    • Zsolt says

      Thank you :d. Had Mizuno wave stealth II’s before, and while they are really good, it turned out it’s not for me. They are to “high off” from the ground and I just don’t find the feeling good for my personal style.
      What i have found about the Viper that it has no special cushioning in the front. But i don’t need much, just wondered how they feel (for example is the front cushioning at least on the level of a low level asics shoe like the Rocket 6/7 ?)
      Sorry for pestering with questions, but I don’t want to buy another shoe that will turn out to be not right for me, especially considering the price of the Viper.
      I’m looking for a shoe that has good grip, that locks down your foot inside and a low feeling with some cushioning. Up until now i have considered the Asics Gel blade 4, Nike kobe 9 and this.
      If anyone has played in one of these please give me some feedback.
      Would appreciate it. Thanks!

      • Denis R Charron says

        Here’s some specification that make these shoes so good on court

        Drop 7mm
        The heel to toe drop of 7° sets up a natural posture, allowing a correct lean throughout the stride.

        Fast lateral stops expose the foot to the risk to roll over outwards, causing injuries. LMS+ (Lateral Movement Stabilizer Plus) is a unique design with a positive angle of 11° that prevents the foot from rolling over outwards.

        3 Layer Construction
        A first layer of mesh material adds comfort, while the middle stabilizes lateral movements and reduces pressure on the foot.
        The exterior thin net mesh encapsulates and wraps up the front in a neat fashion, adding durability to the shoe.

        Lateral Movement Stabilizer – an especially designed light weight integrated dual torsion unit that supports the foot during fast and irregular lateral movements.

        For more reference

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