Salewa Mountain Trainer GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's

Salewa Mountain Trainer GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
Salewa Mountain Trainer GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Mountain Trainer GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's by Salewa
The Salewa Men's Mountain Trainer GTX Hiking Shoe lives for ridgeline scrambles and fast ascents up exposed routes. Taking all the burly ingredients of Salewa's mountaineering boots and implementing them in a low-top hiking shoe, the Mountain Trainer delivers all the rigidity and support you'd expect from an alpine boot but in a more nimble design. The upper is composed of durable nubuck and is reinforced by a full-wrap rubber rand to protect against abrasive rock and scree. The 3F ankle support system locks your heel into place while still granting full mobility for increased comfort while you hike. The customizable multi-fit footbed allows you to dial in the perfect fit, and the durable Vibram sole will easily handle everything from packed trails on the approach to rock-strewn summit pushes.

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SKU: SFW001M
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