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The approach can be as fun as the climb itself.

That via ferrata or technical route you've been eyeballing won't be much fun if you wreck yourself on the approach. The Salewa Women's Mountain Trainer utilizes tech-savvy features to help you get to the first clip at the top of your game. A sticky Vibram Alpine Approach sole gains traction on a variety of features and rock types, while a comfortable suede upper gives this technical footwear a street-friendly feel.
  • 3F fit system offers full ankle support and a snug, blister-free environment
  • Climbing-style lacing helps evenly distribute lacing force for equal load-sharing across the foot
  • Multi-Fit Footbed allows you to adjust the volume of the footbed in the shoe for a perfect fit
  • Specific midsole cushioning targets pressure points to minimize joint stress
  • 360-degree rubber rand protects your foot from impact and abrasion and provides grip when climbing

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are these suitable hiking shoes? i wanted...

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are these suitable hiking shoes? i wanted to buy new shoes for zion this summer.

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Hello hope,

Thanks for your question.

It will depend on the type of hiking you will be going after. If you are deciding to take some day hikes with very minimum gear on your back like a hydration pack for water then you should be fine. If you are deciding to do a trail like West Rim where you are on trail for an extended amount of time and backpacking I would suggest something more burly with more ankle support. Think about yourself personally, do you have weak ankles? If so I would look for something in the mid hiking boot section because on the descent from your hike you put a lot of pressure on your ankle and knee joints where a mid boot would be really beneficial. If you are going on day hikes like Angel's Landing and have confidence your joints will be happy on the way down then these are the ticket. Especially on that last leg of the hike where you are scrambling up some pretty exposed areas. I hope this helps, if you have further questions please don't hesitate to ask.