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Scarpa Zodiac Plus GTX

photo: Scarpa Zodiac Plus GTX backpacking boot
Campman says:
Take on the Trail Your backpacking boots don't have to weigh 30 pounds to give you the protection you want while hauling around a heavy pack, at least not when you have the Scarpa Zodiac Plus GTX Men's Hiking Boots. Thanks to the innovative four-density midsole design, the Zodiac drops weight where possible while still offering plush cushioning in high impact areas like the heel and forefoot. Scarpa's Sock-Fit construction integrates the tongue into the boot construction, leaving hotspots back at the trailhead, and the Vibram outsole gives you sure footing on trail, rock, and everything in between. A Gore-Tex Performance Comfort liner rounds out this backpacking boot, so you don't have to build yourself a log raft to get across small creeks without soggy feet. Features Low-profile backpacking boot that keeps things light Suede leather upper for the stiffness and durability you want on the trail SockFit construction eliminates hot spot and rubs Gore-Tex® Performance Comfort liner for waterproof breathability Four density midsole offers added cushion where you need it Rubber heel and toe rand protects your foot from encounters of the rocky kind Vibram outsole gives you footing you can trust in slick terrain Specs Gender: Men's Best Use: Hiking, Backpacking Upper Material: 1.8mm Suede Perwanger Lining: Gore-Tex® Performance Comfort Insole: Pro-Fiber 2.0 Midsole: PU + 3D EVA-MP Outsole: Vibram® Drumlin/Mont Cuff: Mid-height Closure: Lace Rand: Partial Weight: 1 lbs 3.2 oz (1/2 pair size 42) Important Warning for California Residents: For more information go to | Scarpa Zodiac Plus GTX Men's Hiking Boots | Size 43.5 | Shark/Orange | Waterproof | Campman


Price Current Retail: $201.70-$269.00
Historic Range: $133.83-$269.00
Price Historic Range: $268.95


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