Scarpa SL Activ Backpacking Boot - Men's

Scarpa SL Activ Backpacking Boot - Men's
Scarpa SL Activ Backpacking Boot - Men's
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SL Activ Backpacking Boot - Men's by Scarpa
The Scarpa SL Active Boot has raked in more than its share of awards, including Trail Magazine's 'Best in Test.' Thanks to the addition of a flexible ankle cuff, Activ Fit technology, and a full rubber rand, it's poised to snag a few more prizes. Of course, the only award that really matters is the win your feet get when they spend a few trail days in these flexible, supportive, and extraordinarily lightweight boots. The single piece leather upper boosts the comfort and durability of these boots while the PU midsole cuts weight and supports your feet to make sure you stay happy from trailhead to peak. With the added bonus of grippy Vibram soles these boots will see you through a multi-week trek or hard push through rough terrain.

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SKU: SCR007V
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