Salewa MS MTN Trainer Mid GTX Shoe - 4052 pewter/emerald

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Description of Salewa MS MTN Trainer Mid GTX Shoe - 4052 pewter/emerald

The improved version of the successful MTN Trainer Mid, with a new upper construction, more comfort in the ankle area, technical lacing with metal hooks, and a new midsole with a PU shock absorber for maximum comfort over long distances.


3F SYSTEM EVO means flexibility, ankle support and precision in fit. Limiting the freedom of movement of an athlete’s foot is the biggest mistake that can be made. At Salewa they believe nature is the best designer, so why change perfection? They offer freedom of movement where the mountaineer needs it and also provide support when needed.

MFF MULTI-FIT FOOTBED: The truth is, the foot is a three-dimensional body, and is defined by length, width and height. Only SALEWA offers a footbed that allows an individual adjustment of the fit.

NXT Odor Control: 100% Fresh silver reduces BACTERIA. Clinical studies show that silver is effective against the bacteria that cause odours.

Climbing lacing: More accurate lacing in the toe area gives more support and performance.
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Product Name: Salewa MS MTN Trainer Mid GTX Shoe - 4052 pewter/emerald
Manufacturer: Salewa
Item Code: SLW264724
Season: Fall/Winter
Year: 2016
Material: Upper: 360° full rubber rand, 1.6mm suede leather, Highly wear-resistant fabric
Lining: GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort
Insole: Mid stiff: Nylon
Outsole: Vibram® Alpine Approach
Weight: approx. 630 gram (manufacturer's specs)
For women/men/unisex: men
Purpose: hiking
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Bought size 45 to fit my 28.5cm long/10.5cm wide feet. I fitted the extra sole inserts that came in the box, as without I had too much side-to-side movement in the toe area. Used these daily for 2 wks of hiking, including rocky climbs/descents. Overall I find the comfort poor, esp. in the tongue and ankle area which feel thinly padded compared to other boots I've owned. This caused me some swelling in the ankle area at first. Once broken into, and after playing around with lacing tension, the comfort improved a bit, but remained poor when tighter lacing was required. In spite of the "blister free" claim, I had some chafing at the heels though using proper socks. Soles are grippy on rocks but also quite soft, several dents already showing.
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