The newer Adidas Terrex AX3 is the one to look at. https://www.adidas.com/us/terr...x3-shoes/BC0524.html -- they look aggressive on the page, but they seem much more tame in person once on foot.
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The Swift cord lock closure mentioned above has failed me 4x and Adidas has warrantied two sets of swift shoes for failure, as well as sent replacement lace sets. They admit that its a weak spot in the shoe. My understanding is that Salomon at one time were manufactured by Adidas and when they went their own way, Adidas got into the outdoor space and started trying to build their own shoe. The AX3 is the closest they have thus far. It is the most durable shoe from them I have come across.
Comparing to the XAPro, the Terrex AX3 grip is 10x better. However the toe box is slightly smaller so you may need a wide if that is a thing for you. The AX3 feels more snug fitting (less slop, back of shoe wraps better around heal). I never felt the lace system for Salomon was perfect -- it tended to self release after time. Initially I tried the swift lock but after repeat failures (laces kept blowing out), I have now fully committed to a lace up shoe. Double knots are your friend.
The AX3 is my daily driver. I use them everywhere -- office/around town/trail running/backpacking/walking my dog/on the range etc and we get plenty of miles in. Pretty much the only place it does not go is to the gym.
Best of luck!