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SALEWA MOUNTAIN TRAINER GTX - NIGHT BLACK /KAMILLE

Regular Price: £160.00

Special Price £128.00

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Salewa Mountain Trainer GTX 


The Mtn Trainer GTX is an alpine approach shoe designed for technical hiking, via ferratas and trekking. For UK use it excels when ever you want the weather protection of gortex, leather and a full rand but with out the bulk and confines of a boot. Great for Scrambling, summer walking and longer approaches. 

Its versatile and multifunctional Vibram Mtn Trainer Evo outsole provides confidence and stability in difficult terrain. The deep, self-cleaning grooves and aggressive lugs guarantee good grip on rock, scree and via ferratas and optimal traction on mud, grass and snow. In the midfoot tread area is a via ferrata zone with specific right-angled lugs that maximise force applied through the foot. They ensure better grip on the rungs of via ferrata ladders than a conventional flat midfoot section.

Salewa Mountain Trainer GTX Features and Specifications:

  • Gender: Male
  • Weight: 540 g
  • 3D-Lacing
  • 3F - Heel retention tech.
  • Climbing Lacing
  • Vibram
  • Gore-Tex
  • Ortholite®
  • Ferrata Zone
  • Upper: 360° full rubber rand / 1.6mm suede leather / Highly wear-resistant fabric
  • Lining: GORE-TEX® Extended Comfort
  • Outsole: VIBRAM MTN TRAINER EVO
  • Insole: Bilight Midsole / Mid stiff: Nylon

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