Salewa Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's

Salewa Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
Salewa Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's by Salewa
Wildfires can stay stagnant until a wind pull them faster than fire crews can control. Similarly, you'll appreciate the alpine lake you hiked to for hours, and then move down the mountain fast in the Salewa Men's Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe. This technical hiker creates a comfortable atmosphere for your foot when you're trekking over rocky scrambles, ridge traverses, and difficult terrain. Its Gore-Tex Extended Comfort provides reliable waterproofing that's still incredibly comfortable to wear in warm temperatures, and the Pomoca Butylic compound rubber sole has a climbing zone to give the traction necessary whether you're jumping between stones in the lake or retreating back to the car during a surprise rainstorm.

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SKU: SFW0077
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