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Terminator X

rated 2 of 5 stars Have had to replace the boot twice as the bellows cracked within one season of skiing. Would avoid this boot for that reason. Comfortable, relatively soft NTN boot. Used for backcountry, resort skiing, and teleboard work. Fine except both bellows cracked within one season. Scarpa graciously replaced the boots, but the second pair also cracked in one season. I am not a burly skier (165 lbs) and have never before had a bellows fail. Would not recommend. Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars This shoe has good grip. This shoe does fit very well. You can walk in them 24/7 without having foot /shoe problems. And no sweaty feet!! Overall, I'm 100% satisfied With this shoe. This is a perfect walking shoe, for walking long and short distances. I use them almost daily without any problems. Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars I am a land surveyor in SW New Mexico and make a living on my feet. I own Scarpa, Lowa, La Sportiva, and a couple others not worth mentioning. I love my Scarpas the most and wouldn't give them up for anything. I wear my boots daily, even on the rare dinner date with my wife. Rain or shine, heat or cold, dry or wet, Scarpa continues to impress me. The Sl M3 Pros were my first pair of Scarpas. I am a land surveyor in SW New Mexico and literally make a living on my feet. Don't get me wrong, I love… Full review

Kinesis Pro GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Ultimate heavy-duty backpacking boot — long distance, heavy loads — incredible support, comfort, and durability. I bought these to replace my worn-out Scarpa Barun GTXs (got several years out of them). I may have the fortune to find that the Scarpa foot-last fits my foot perfectly. These boots fit true to size. What can I say? Incredible comfort, support, and performance. These are well-made, well designed, heavy-duty backpacking boots. Designed for multi-day, long distance hiking/backpacking… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars I have been utilizing the Scarpa Attack for over 20 years. They are lightweight, very durable, and comfortable. A good all round boot for the UK's climate, lower level. It's time to put them into retirement as the leather is starting to crack around the sides, been applying lots of wax. Sorry to see them go. Let's see what Scarpa has in their place as this design is now discontinued. The fit of the shoe was good for me, as I have wide feet. The lacing system is very easy to adjust. Breaking in time… Full review

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