Salewa Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's

Salewa Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's
Salewa Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's by Salewa
Thanks to a host of climbing specific features, the approach to the crag has never been easier with the Salewa Women's Wildfire GTX Hiking Shoe. In addition to the Gore-Tex lining that provides breathable protection from rain and mud and the sticky Vibram sole that grips varied terrain, the Wildfire features a Multi-Fit Footbed that can easily be customized to accommodate narrow, medium, or wide foot shapes while the 3F fit system provides blister-free comfort thanks to unrivaled heel retention. Not to mention, the climbing-shoe-inspired lacing lends a precision fit for confident edging performance on steep, rocky terrain.

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SKU: SFW0079
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