Salomon Techamphibian 2 - Women's

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The Salomon Techamphibian II shoe is extremely comfortable and the new improved Tech Amphib combines shoe support and protection with the lightness of a sandal. Cleverly concealed smooth internal stitching allows friction free, comfy transition, no matter the activity.Techamphibian 2 Shoe Features:Contagrip Lacing: QuicklaceWeight: [Pair, size 7] 9.2oz (260g)Material: [Upper] Synthetic Sole:Recommended Use: hiking, walking

- Mountain Hideaway

Description of Salomon Techamphibian 2 Shoes - WomensLive a life aquatic with the versatile Salomon Techamphibian 2 womens shoe. At a sandals weight the Salomon Techamphibian 2 offers the durability and support of a shoe, making it a perfect addition to stream bound backcountry adventures and beyond. Its womens specific fit is outfitted with a synthetic leather and textile mesh upper for maximum breathability and Internal Sensifit for a comfortable, precise fit. Is it a sandal or a shoe The answer is both. Float the river and then hike the trail With a patented convertible heel the Salomon Techamphibian 2 womens shoes can quickly convert from sandal to shoe in seconds. Combining the support of a shoe and the light weight of a sandal, the Techamphibian 2 is the best of both worlds for cool or wet conditions.FeaturesThe improved Techamphibian 2 combines shoe support and protection with the lightness of a sandal.Optimized fit for women.Synthetic leather and textile mesh upper keeps the shoe breathable while keeping debris out.Cleverly concealed smooth internal stitching allows for a friction-free, comfortable transition, no matter what the activity is.Patented convertible heel is able to convert the shoe to a sandal, and vice-versa.EVA-molded TPE foam cushions and protects your feet.Quicklace technology gives you easy-on, easy-off while offering a secure, customized fit.Lace pocket keeps the lacing and closure out of the way so it doesnt snag.Internal Sensifit technology wraps your foot with a precise and secure fit.Adjustable heel strap allows for a precise fit in the back of the shoe.Die cut EVA footbed with AgION antimicrobial treatment.Supportive PU midsole.Non-marking Contagrip outsole has sipping for efficient water evacuation, spikes for better arch stability, a tire tread-inspired design, and provides increased ground contact for grip on all surfaces.

- US Outdoor Store

Whether on water or land, the Salomon Techamphibian 2 water shoes for women keep feet supported and cushioned with an agile, water-shedding design.


Soft, breathable and comfortable, the Tech Amphib 2 works is a great travel shoe as well as a quick drying amphibious sandal. Women's specific fit.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Salomon Women's Techamphibian 2 Shoes (Fall 2010) FEATURES of the Women's Techamphibian 2 Shoes by Salomon Adjustable heel strap Patented convertible heel Quicklace Optimized fit for Women Heel Strap Internal sensifit Women's specific design Anti-debris mesh Breathable open mesh SPECIFICATIONS: Weight: 260 g Lining construction: sensifit EVA Lining material: bamboo lining Sole Construction outsole: Non marking Contagrip Sockliner: Agion antimicrobial treatment

- Moosejaw

Salomon Women's Techamphibian 2


The Women's Techamphibian 2 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$39.83 - $89.95

The Salomon Women's Techamphibian 2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 3, 2017 at REI.

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