Scarpa Kalipe Approach Shoe - Women's

Scarpa Kalipe Approach Shoe - Women's
Scarpa Kalipe Approach Shoe - Women's
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Kalipe Approach Shoe - Women's by Scarpa
Brave scrambles and dicey approaches in the Kalipe Shoe. These kicks boast extended Vibram rubber soles that effortlessly grip dirt and rock while you head to the route of your choosing.

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SKU: SCRZ265
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