Scarpa Spin Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Scarpa Spin Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Scarpa Spin Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Spin Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Scarpa
At the crossroads between a lightweight fit, unencumbered dexterity, and heavy-duty protection, the Scarpa Women's Spin Trail Running Shoe ensures you're guaranteed the best of both worlds. To keep you running on the right foot, the Spin features a low-profile design that allows you to make the most of your natural stride, while the 4mm drop gently encourages swift transitions. A full mesh upper provides ample ventilation and breathability, and the TPU overlays defend your foot from trail-side obstructions. Additionally, the EVA midsole is safeguarded by a Vibram MegaGrip rubber, which assures substantial traction, especially when the terrain becomes varied, damp, and just plain-old-fun-type-two.

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SKU: SCR004I
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