Scarpa Moraine Air Hiking Shoe - Men's

Scarpa Moraine Air Hiking Shoe - Men's
Scarpa Moraine Air Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Moraine Air Hiking Shoe - Men's by Scarpa
Designed for all of your warm-weather weekend backpacking trips, the Scarpa Moraine Air Hiking Shoe is a breathable and sporty hiking shoe that'll join you on everything from mellow hills to steep summit scrambles. Its suede upper tacks on lots of durability for rocky pitches and overgrown trails, and features windows of synthetic fabric that let your built-up heat escape when you're hiking in hot weather along sunny ridge lines. A lugged Vibram rubber outsole delivers highly-dependable traction in varying terrain, surfaces, and conditions, while a rubber toe rand protects the forefoot against toe stubs on rocky terrain. And it wouldn't be a good hiking shoe without support and comfort for long days, which is why you've got a cushioned midsole and arch-suspension insole delivering the support you need for those long dawn-to-dusk days.

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SKU: SCR008G
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