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Salewa Fire Vent

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Salewa designed the Men's Fire Vent Shoes with lightweight, liner-free uppers to keep your feet cool and all of the technical brilliance you need to get you to the wall. They'll keep you stuck to the trail on the approach, you'll barely notice them on your harness, and then they'll see you home in shock-absorbing comfort.

- Backcountry.com

The Salewa Fire Vent Men's Shoe is a super-ventilated summer version of the Salewa Firetail shoe. It can be used on the most technical trails to approach the wall. They are light enough to be easily hung from a harness while climbing and are perfect for the return thanks to a precise fit and dampening of the EVA midsole with a PU heel shock absorber. Extended climbing lacing and MFF footbed make a true customizable fit possible. Also perfect for daily use in warm climates thanks to the fully breathable unlined upper.Climbing Lacing: Adjustment to the personal needs is provided by the extended technical lacing towards the front of the shoe. Precision and comfort are key for a good performance of the athlete.Multi Fit Footbed: The truth is, our foot is a three-dimensional body, and is defined by length, width and height.Salewa offers a footbed that allows an individual adjustment of the fit.Innovation Meets Quality: An innovative sole construction combining the lightness and the excellent efficiency of EvA with the cushioning and durability of the PUR heel shock absorber. This combination allows the athlete to perform at their best.

- CampSaver.com

Salewa Men's Fire Vent

previously retailed for:
$69.95 - $100.95

The Salewa Men's Fire Vent is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 11, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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