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Because finding an easier route isn't an option.

The Salewa Women's Fire Vent Trail Running Shoe provides comfort, support, and protection so you're able to take on anything from rocky, loose trails and uncharted territory to buffed-out terrain.
  • Mesh upper keeps your foot comfortable during a sweaty bushwhack
  • Multi-Fit Footbed technology gives you a perfect fit that accounts for the length, width, and the height of your foot
  • Salewa's 3F system works with the natural bio-mechanics of your foot to allow maximum range of movement and complete support
  • Extended lacing runs through the toe box to give you a customized fit

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2 5

Too stiff

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I am an experienced trail runner who was looking for a warm, cushioned trail shoe. These shoes are warm, but the sole is incredibly stiff. I can't see how these could possibly be meant for running. I wore them for a 12 mile run and they were so stiff and clunky feeling that they exacerbated an old IT Band injury and I had to take time off to heal.

They would make a fine hiking shoe.

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Narrow foot? Salewa Fire Vent and Firetail are your shoes

I have both this shoe and the GTX version, the Firetail, which is the slightly beefier, waterproof version of it. I got the Firetail when I was looking to move out of a hiking boot and into a hiking shoe. I have an old running injury in my right foot, and a physical therapist I've seen for years thought I would hike better in a trail running shoe. So -- with Laurel in CS' really helpful input, I tried the Firetail on a hiking trip and it performed great in a variety of weather conditions, incline/declines, etc. For people with narrow feet or a narrow part of your feet, the lacing helps you get a snug but not binding feel, and no foot movement in the shoe where they shouldn't. For summer, I am wearing the Fire Vent for daily dog walking,etc, it's so comfortable! I bought 1/2 size up from my street shoe size.