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Salewa Ultra Flex 2 Mid GTX Hiking Boot - Men's



Why We Like The Ultra Flex 2 Mid GTX Hiking Boot

We wear the Ultra Flex 2 Mid GTX Hiking Boot when moving at an efficient rate on technical terrain is our goal. Along with being waterproof, breathable, and super flexible for intense days on the trail, this boot guides your natural movement when encountering rocks and roots, thanks to its performance sole.
  • Performance boot to navigate uneven terrain in the mountains
  • 8mm drop promotes natural gait while reducing fatigue
  • GORE-TEX upper membrane keeps water out and lets air in
  • 3F support system locks your heel in place for secure fit
  • Pomoca sole promotes smooth transition from heel to toe
  • Lace closure system offers custom adjustments
  • Breathable Ortholite footbed wicks moisture as you sweat
  • Item #SFWZ03R

Upper Material
mesh, DWR coating, TPU coating
Claimed Weight
[size 9, single] 14oz
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Updated Design is a win

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
5` 8"
175 lbs

I tried to get the previous gen of these boots despite the warnings from the reviews of the high arch and bad lacing system and I returned them because of those two issues. I wanted them to work so bad. Fast-forward to this year and a better footbed design and traditional lacing system and they are a win. I haven't put a lot of miles on them yet so I can't judge longevity. They are comfortable out of the box and ready for hiking. They feel extremely light. I have weak ankles that role easily so low-tops are not an option and I really wanted something light and breathable for summer hiking in the cascades. I have had multiple Salewa's and the quality is consistently good. The tread grips really well. The sole might be too soft for some if under heavy load (multi-day backpacking) for long mileage but that's not really what they're meant for.