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Salewa's new Wildfire shoe provides an incredible fit, thanks to their anatomical last and customizable MFF+ foot bed. The ballistic mesh upper is reinforced with unique, lightweight EXA shell technology. This exclusive design leads the way on the most technical approach trails.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
The Salewa Wildfire approach shoe has a precise, anatomical fit for sure-footed scrambling on fourth class rock or boulder hopping on glacier rubble. With Salewa's latest technical features, the Wildfire is tuned-up for the approaches in your future. 3F lacing divides the shoe into three areas allows the athlete to fine-tune between comfort and performance Power Grid exoskeletal support in forefoot offers two-way load transmission for optimal forefoot balance and support Upper of ballistic mesh with silverized antimicrobial treatment, reducing odor EVA midsole and PU Shock Absorber cushion your foot on descents Segmented sole Sticky Evo outsole provides maximum grip and edging
- OMCgear refers to the men's version
A second skin for your feet, the Wildfire gives a tighter fit to your foot for the most sensitive moves. With its anatomical last, lightweight EXA Shell, and aggressive Vibram outsole, the Wildfire from Salewa is an excellent choice for approach.
- EMS refers to the men's version
The Salewa Men's Wildfire Hiking Shoe is an ultra-sensitive but rugged approach shoe that can tackle a wide range of terrain from a rocky approach to the crag, to a day of boulder-hopping by the river, to the navigation of a large scree field in front of your trad route. The Wildfire's Exa Shell system features the 3F heel retention, Power Grid forefoot support, and Hexagonal Support Rand that are welded directly onto the ballistic mesh to give you a close, sensitive fit that provides feedback while you hike. Combine this with a durable but tenacious sticky rubber Vibram outsole and a flexible forefoot, and you're ready to tackle the roughest trail or the trickiest approach.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version