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A close fit and rugged performance for tricky approaches.
The road to backcountry climbs is paved with large rocks and characterized by steep ascents and descents; the Salewa Women's Wildfire Hiking Shoe is ready to take it on. The Wildfire gives you a close, sensitive fit with its narrower, women-specific anatomical last and the Exa Shell system
that includes the 3F heel retention, Power Grid forefoot support, and
Hexagonal Support Rand, all welded directly onto the ballistic mesh upper. Combine this with a durable but tenacious sticky rubber Vibram
outsole and a flexible forefoot, and you're ready to tackle a wide range
of terrain from a rocky
approach to the crag, to the navigation of a large scree field in front of your trad route, to a day of boulder-hopping by the river.
- Anatomical last with a spherical heel conforms to your foot, supports your arch, and creates a blister-free fit
- Ballistic mesh upper with padded microfiber tongue is breathable and highly durable
- 3F System wraps around your instep and heel to offer unmatched heel retention so you enjoy a friction-free, blister-free precision fit as well as excellent ankle support
- Power Grid exoskeletal support in forefoot offers two-way load transmission for optimal forefoot balance and support
- Multi-Fit Footbed+ technology enables you to adjust the internal fit by switching the footbed, offering narrow and medium feet a custom feel
- EVA midsole and PU Shock Absorber cushion your foot on descents
- Hexagonal support rand protects the shoe from impact and abrasion and provides grip
- Microfiber and rubber toe bumper adds protection
- Silverized antimicrobial treatment inhibits the accumulation of odors
- Climbing-style lacing extends further towards the front to allow you to dial in your fit
- Proprietary Salewa Vibram Approach Evo outsole provides maximum grip and edging on rocks and helps you put on the brakes on steep descents
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