Scarpa Spin Trail Running Shoe - Men's

Scarpa Spin Trail Running Shoe - Men's
Scarpa Spin Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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Spin Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Scarpa
A happy medium between lightweight dexterity and heavy-duty protection, the Scarpa Men's Spin Trail Running Shoe offers you the best of both worlds. To start, the Spin features a low-profile design that allows you to make the most of your stride, while the 4mm drop helps propel you through transitions, without the harshness of an aggressive drop in midsole. Additionally, the full mesh upper provides ample ventilation and breathability, and the TPU overlays defend your foot from trail-side obstructions. The EVA midsole is complemented by Vibram's MegaGrip rubber, which assures substantial traction, especially when the terrain becomes more wet and sloppy than dry and hardpacked.

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SKU: SCR004H
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