Your days of switching out approach shoes for climbing shoes are over thanks to the versatile Salewa Wildfire Edge Hiking Shoe. This unique shoe is a hybrid of an approach and climbing shoe that offers comfortable support on the hike in and climbing-ready performance for the main event. When you're ready to climb just tighten the SwitchFit laces at the rear eyelet to bring your foot forward in the shoe, compressing your toes into the climbing-like toe box and giving you technical foot control for challenging routes. The Pomoca Speed Mtn outsole delivers plenty of traction for rugged rock walls, and even grips on slippery surfaces and muddy hiking trails. The EXA midfoot cage wraps the foot for comfortable support and a low-profile feel, and a precision climbing zone at the toe provides grip and protection on barely-there holds, ensuring both all-terrain and multi-sport performance.
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Salewa Wildfire Edge Hiking Shoe - Men's
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