Salewa Wildfire Edge GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's

Salewa Wildfire Edge GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
Salewa Wildfire Edge GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Wildfire Edge GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's by Salewa
When getting to the climb involves far more than simply rolling out of the car, the Wildfire Edge GTX Shoe helps you make the approach with the grip and fit needed for scrambles and technical terrain. Salewa is well-versed in alpine travel, so they crafted the Wildfire Edge with stability and durability in mind. The upper uses a breathable mesh, with Gore-Tex membrane, overlain with an EVA shell for better rigidity on off-angle steps to keep your feet planted and ankles supported. The POMOCA rubber sole provides grip on both wet and dry rock, so you can make the approach and get to the climb in record time.

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