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Mountain Trainer 2 Hiking Shoe - Men's

3.25 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
Current price: $89.98 Original price: $199.95
55% off
Color:Wallnut/Fluo Orange


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Why We Like The Mountain Trainer 2 Hiking Shoe

When we want to move fast over tricky terrain, we know we can count on the Salewa Mountain Trainer 2 Hiking Shoe as the right option for the job the second we lace it up. It's got all of the performance and durability we need for quick missions on the trail, from peak-bagging day hikes to quick approaches on technical and rocky terrain. Its qualifications speak for themselves, what, with a cushioned midsole, moisture-wicking mesh upper, and Vibram MTN Trainer EVO outsole leading the charge towards us setting a new PR for the trail at hand (or foot, rather).


  • Hiking shoe for speedy hikes and approaches on tough terrain
  • Aggressive Vibram outsole grips on rocky and technical trails
  • Suede and rubber upper supports your foot and resists water
  • Cushioned midsole offers underfoot comfort through hard miles
  • Mesh lining wicks sweat and boosts breathability on warm days
  • Item #SFWZ03G
Upper Material
suede leather, synthetic
expanded PU
Vibram MTN Trainer Evo
Claimed Weight
[single] 1lb 2.3oz
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 4 ratings

Review Summary

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1 out of 5 stars

February 12, 2022

Low volume

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
5' 11"

Unually low volume toe box but with a large ankle opening. The result is that toes are cramped and heel slips. Sizing up didn?t help and time hasn?t stretched the toe box. That all said, the construction is top quality so if it happens to fit, great shoe that will last!

4 out of 5 stars

October 31, 2021

Nicely made, small volu

I've used it several times
Size Bought:

Have had several pair of Salewas and they are long lived and well made. The problem with this one is that it runs narrow with low foot volume. Mine did not run small, just very tight.

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4 out of 5 stars

August 15, 2021

Excellent design, size runs small

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
6' 1"

These are superbly designed shoes, with a stiff and very supportive sole. The lacing system is very adjustable and effective, and the two layer tongue system is innovative. However *** these are sized small ? narrow and low volume, particularly in the toe box. The fit is totally different from the higher volume, wider ?Mountain Trainer Lite? model, but this is a much more refined shoe. (I usually wear a 12, but need a 12.5 (46.5 European size) in the Mountain Trainer Lite, and the 13 (47 European size) in the Mountain Trainer 2 is a bit too snug for me).

4 out of 5 stars

May 11, 2021

Soooo close, but sadly doesn't fit

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
5' 10"

The overall fit, design, and build quality of this shoe appear to be excellent. The length is perfect but the width is a little narrow, which is great for me. Unfortunately as a reviewer pointed out with the GTX this is a low volume shoe, so if you have a high volume foot this will likely not fit. - My arch is higher than most creating need for a higher volume shoe. Normally with a shoe like this I can spread the lacing wider until the shoe stretches during wear. On this shoe a tongue cover is sewn all the way around which sets a limit to how wide it will spread, and squeezes my foot too tightly. Note: I contemplated just cutting the tongue cover but it looks like the lining is one piece and after cutting the lining the lifespan would likely be reduce unless I sewed the edges to prevent fraying and to keep the lining tight. A gusseted tongue would have been much better.

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