Scarpa Hydrogen Hike GTX Boot - Women's

Scarpa Hydrogen Hike GTX Boot - Women's
Scarpa Hydrogen Hike GTX Boot - Women's
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Hydrogen Hike GTX Boot - Women's by Scarpa
When you're sporting the Scarpa Women's Hydrogen Hike GTX Boots, you won't have to worry about a little rain ruining your adventure. Whether you're chasing flash floods or are out enjoying the smell after a fresh rain storm in the forest, the Hydrogen's Gore-Tex Surround membrane will keep puddles and mud from seeping into your socks while also allowing your feet to breathe with every step. The P-Flex Lite insole paired with an EVA midsole adds plenty of comfort with minimal weight as the Vibram XS-Trek sole protects your toes and underfoot from sharp rocks, mid-trail roots, and slippery terrain. These hiking boots are covered in a TPU exoskeleton to add even more durability to your go-to hikers so the Hydrogrens can travel far and wide with you, rain or shine.

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SKU: SCR005V
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