Zodiac Tech GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's by Scarpa
The Scarpa Zodiac Tech GTX Mountaineering Boot strikes the midway point between an approach shoe and mountain boot for those missions with long approaches and snowy summits. ActivImpact Technology absorbs impacts during your approaches for more comfort on your joints while a Gore-Tex membrane keeps your feet dry as you encounter snow near the summit. The boot's multi-density PU and EVA midsole provides a balance of weight and performance to keep your feet cushioned without weighing your down when the miles get long. Additionally, the Zodiac is outfitted with Scarpa's ActivFit system and Sock-Fit system to reduce bulk and create a snug fit for precision and control on technical ascents. The boot is compatible with semi-automatic crampons for icy traverses and the Vibram soles provide you with durable traction across all the other surfaces you'll encounter.
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Scarpa Zodiac Tech GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's
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