Scarpa Mojito GTX Hiking Boot - Men's

Scarpa Mojito GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
Scarpa Mojito GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
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Mojito GTX Hiking Boot - Men's by Scarpa
Spice up your everyday outdoor adventures with the colorful and high-performing Scarpa Mojito GTX Hiking Boot. Bright and vibrant as your favorite tropical beverage, the Mojito's flashy and casual look betrays its versatile on-trail abilities. Useful on early morning approaches, long day hikes, and trips around town, the Mojito comes outfitted with a Gore-Tex Extended Comfort lining, which delivers waterproof and breathable protection from the elements, letting it truly serve as an everyday outdoor shoe. On the outsole you've got a high-traction Spyder Trek rubber ensuring steady grip on variable trail surfaces, while the athletic profile and climbing-inspired design have you covered when you want to hop off trail for some quick impromptu bouldering.

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SKU: SCR008A
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