Mens Scarpa Boots"
I've had these boots for a few months now and have put around 85 miles on them. They are holding up extremely well so far. Possibly the most comfortable pair of shoes I own,…
- Caleb, 06/24/13
I've been an Asolo fan when it comes to boots, but I can see why Backpacker magazine ranked these boots so high. Very breathable for a Goretex boot, minimal break-in period, f…
- Shawn A, 09/06/13
i used my scapa's on a 31 day trip in winter blizzard conditions in the northern cascades. the boots were good but they did not holed up after one hard day of crampon travel.…
- Daniel, 08/03/10
Overall I'm happy with my Scarpas. They're warm, comfy enough, and solid. I feel the liners leave something to be desired. A little more padding under the foot may lead to…
- JOHN, 07/14/10
I used this boot for wildland fire work. It held up extremely well and has no visible signs of wear on the uppers. Normal tread wear, even after heating up my feet to the poin…
- Ian, 01/15/14
I was looking for a tall boot to hold my ankles while hiking with a backpack. These boots perform very well, I used them both in the summer and winter and they are comfortable…
- Attila, 01/02/14
These shoes are wonderful ,comfortable,durable.
Even without GTX, They are waterproof thank to the one whole leather construction.
Support very well even under heavy load.…
- Yuan, 11/22/13
These boots worked well, I ended up having tot go a full size down on these boots, only a half size bigger than my climbing shoe. This could just be how my foot works, but non…
- James, 02/11/13
No flex whatsoever in this boot. Very comfortable. Goes far above the ankle. Very light for such a big boot. Leather, suede, and synthetic materials. Very orange, which I like…
- Ross, 12/02/10
Wore these for a week in Aspen, put 70 miles on them including 2 peak climbs. TERRIFIC boots, great grip, excellent support / feel balance, keept me dry and no break-in requi…
- mary, 09/04/13
I've been using these for a long time, I think 5 years. They are rigid and good with crampons on, nice rubber and front stiffness for climbing.
With some practice you can ea…
- +YVIND, 10/29/13
Okay, I'm biased. I been buying Scarpa since 1990. They feel great and they are made for mountaineering. I'm planning a jmt this june and wanted a pair of lightweight mou t…
- William, 12/17/13
This is my second pair of Scarpa boots and the Kinesis Pro GTXs, although expensive, are worth every penny. My last pair of Scarpas were 13 years old so it was time to put th…
- BRANDON, 02/17/14
When locked these boots ski like an alpine racing boot. In uphill mode they are flexible, light, and comfortable. The indicator marks and toe design allows easy entry into Dyn…
- Clay, 05/16/14
Coming from a Dynafit Zzeus AT boot, but spend more time on slope than backcountry.
Found this boot to be a little softer than I expected, since I thought the pebax would sti…
- alex, 12/10/13
I used these boots for a climb of Mt Lafayette in NH on December 27, 2012 (the day of winter storm Euclid). We climbed on through extremely high winds, deep snow drifts, and…
- Shane, 03/11/13
These the third pair of double plastic boots I've used and they are by far the best. The other being the Scarpa Inverno and the Koflach Degre.
The liners are removable, so…
- Matt, 03/05/13
My Koflach (cough*Black Diamond*cough) Degres have been a good plastic boot for me. They're more flexible then the Invernos and Arctis Extreme and climb rock OK, for clunky pl…
- Eric, 01/03/13
Did my research and fell in love with these boots. They're comfortable to hike in, I recently did a 28 mile 2-day traverse, w/ +7000'. They lace up easy on the hands. Provide…
- Tom, 12/29/12
The scarpa t4 are great boots. They are burly enough to make me look cool skiing through crud. They are also light enough to wear at the ski hash. Only two buckle means they…
- Anne, 06/24/14