Salewa Trektail Hiking Shoe - Women's

Salewa Trektail Hiking Shoe - Women's
Salewa Trektail Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Trektail Hiking Shoe - Women's by Salewa
More often than not, your adventures require a no-frills and adaptive mentality, which is why the Salewa Women's Trektail Hiking Shoe is designed to accommodate just that: unimpeded versatility and steadfast performance. The Trektail features a pliable and supportive suede upper, which when combined with the 3F lacing system, provides ample dexterity, flexibility, and a true-to-your-foot fit. Additionally, the rubber toe rand and side protection assure torsional support, while the Ortholite footbed provides just-enough shock attenuation when you need most. Not to mention, the Vibram Scramble sole is self-cleaning, sticky, and grippy in all sorts of conditions.

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SKU: SFW003V
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