Scarpa Rapid Hiking Shoe - Women's

Scarpa Rapid Hiking Shoe - Women's
Scarpa Rapid Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Rapid Hiking Shoe - Women's by Scarpa
Blurring the lines between day hiker, approach shoe, and everyday sneaker, the Scarpa Women's Rapid Hiking Shoe is hard to define. So instead of trying to put a label on it, why not just focus on how it blends climbing prowess, lightweight cushioning, and low-key style to create a shoe you can enjoy wearing everyday'The sticky sole will surprise you with how well it adheres to exposed rock, while the cushy EVA midsole soaks up vibrations like a trail runner. Meanwhile, the breathable mesh upper keeps your foot dry and cool when hiking trails or strolling around town on hot days. And with an ingenious webbing clip-in at the back that attaches to the back of your climbing harness, it makes an excellent choice for reaching distant crags.

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