Scarpa ZG Lite GTX Hiking Boot - Women's

Scarpa ZG Lite GTX Hiking Boot - Women's
Scarpa ZG Lite GTX Hiking Boot - Women's
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ZG Lite GTX Hiking Boot - Women's by Scarpa
The Scarpa ZG Lite GTX Hiking Boot is designed to keep your feet comfortable and protected from the elements when you're on day hikes and mountain walks with a light backpack. Its Gore-Tex membrane keeps your feet dry through puddles and small stream crossings while the 3D protective TPU toe cap guards against roots and rocks on the trail. The ZG Lite is equipped with Scarpa's ActivImpact Technology that uses materials in the soles to increase shock-absorption while you're hiking across uneven terrain. The overall comfort of the boot is enhanced by a dual-density PU midsole and a Comfort Flex Plus insole that deliver lightweight cushioning through the miles. And with both a heel support system and a lacing system that wraps your foot in a consistent, secure hold, you'll be able to trek through the miles in comfort.

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SKU: SCR007Z
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