Scarpa Quest

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Horrible fit and no customer service.

Rating: rated 0 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $115

Horrible fit and no customer service.

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Scarpa's Men's Quest page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Quest Approach/Casual Shoe - Men's is the optimal blend for the demands of both the approach and the climb. Great for around town, or on the trail to your favorite crag.

- refers to the men's version

When the trail turns to rock, keep moving into the blue with the lower cut Quest from Black Diamond. Increased mobility, excellent venting and tough all-leather uppers take you higher. EVA midsole and sticky climbing rubber sole provide outstanding support and grip.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

Scarpa built the MenAs Quest Approach Shoe on a modified rock shoe last to give you the sticky precision of your climbing kicks for technical approaches and easy fifth-class pitches. The grippy Sticky Dot rubber sole gives you traction on everything from granite slabs to muddy approach trails. Rubber toe and heel rands cut down on wear and tear, and the all-leather upper brings all-day comfort to your vertical life.

- refers to the men's version

When you want confidence-inspiring grip-and-stick from your shoes to help you scale rocks, trails and slabs, try on the Scarpa Men's Quest Approach Shoes. A comfy leather upper is lined with moisture wicking Vellutina and built around a modified rock shoe last for a narrow, snug fit. The sole is rigid EVA to give you more toe power and the outsole is climbing dot rubber that won't last long for everyday wear, but works amazingly well on easy fifth-class pitches and technical approaches. Not for indoor wear as the sole will leave black scuffs, the Scarpa Quest Approach Shoes for men will grip like no other.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Scarpa Quest

$125.00 (men's)

The Scarpa Quest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 25, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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