Salewa Speed Ascent Hiking Shoe - Women's

Salewa Speed Ascent Hiking Shoe - Women's
Salewa Speed Ascent Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Speed Ascent Hiking Shoe - Women's by Salewa
The Salewa Women's Speed Ascent Hiking Shoe has the look and feel of a trail running shoe, and it'll suit the speediest hikers out there. Salewa's Take-Off Technology curves the Vibram Rollingait System for a rolling heel-to-toe transition that promotes a faster trek. Take-Off Technology also assists with optimizing motion in lower limbs, easing muscle recovery, and ensuring long-lasting comfort on long trails. The Speed Ascent also features Salewa's MFF+ Multi-Fit Footbed that makes for a customized feel. Drawcord lacing gives the Overlap Closing a secure and seamless feel. The upper uses microfiber suede for durability, mesh for ventilated airflow, and Salewa's highly wear-resistant microfiber fabric that stays strong for seasons.

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SKU: SFW001G
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