Ideal for fast-packing and day hiking, the Vasque Women’s Inhaler Low trail shoe has a sticky rubber outsole and breathable construction that gives it a lightweight, athletic feel to keep you cool and moving fast in the backcountry.
Weighing just 1 pound, 12 ounces per pair, the Women’s Inhaler Low puts some spring in your step. Except for protective and supportive leather overlays, the entire upper is constructed of breathable 3D mesh which helps to maintain the boot’s lightweight design and maximize ventilation. This construction also gives the shoe a great out-of-the-box fit and feel. Molded TPR toe and heel counters add stability but also include perforations to enhance breathability.
Under foot you'll find a compression-molded EVA midsole and a dual-density EVA footbed that help to support and cushion your foot on long hikes. A TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) midfoot stabilizer adds further protection for the bottom of your foot from the impact of roots and rocks.
The outsole of the Women’s Inhaler Low is a Vasque exclusive called Vibram Pneumatic, which features an aggressive lug pattern and a Megagrip rubber compound to deliver excellent traction on varied terrain and on wet or dry surfaces.
Sold in pairs, the Vasque Women’s Inhaler Low trail shoe is available in women’s full and half sizes.
- Structural ventilation with mesh and air-permeable toe and heel counters
- Vibram Pneumatic sole adheres to the trail with Megagrip Rubber
Best Use Hiking Upper Material 3D Structured Mesh Type Trail Shoe Outsole Vibram Pneumatic with Megagrip compound Number of Eyelets Five Item Weight 1 lb, 8 oz
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