Scarpa
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by High Spirit Flute from New York on Friday, July 13, 2018
    I recently used these boots to hike at the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Glen Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion Canyon and at the Death Valley, where it was 119F. I wore them all the time for 12 days including during horseback riding or on the streets of Las Vegas. I even slept on them during the Hogan night at the Monument Valley. These boots are just fantastic: extremely comfortable and durable. They have a superb gripping also on wet rocks.They are easy to put in and take out. I am 6.01, weight 210 pounds and got 10.5M.
  • Reviewed by Robin from Snowshoe WV on Friday, July 13, 2018
    These shoes are very comfortable and super light. I backpack weekly and hike for a living and these are an excellent light hiking boot. They fit perfectly and break in easily. These are not the shoe for distance backpacking or rough terrain, but for a nice stroll on a well worn trail while you are spending the day with your dog... you can't go wrong with these. Also, stylish for just wearing as a daily shoe...
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by MIH from Seattle on Tuesday, July 10, 2018
    I have tried Scarpa from STP before and like the Euro sizing, quality, fit, reliably waterproof, and decent durability (inner lining goes well before outside of the shoe). I wear between a 9 and 10 depending on the make, and size 43 with Scarpa seems to fit perfectly for me. Scarpa has a good sizing chart comparison on their website. I did not give the shoe 5 stars, because the toe box out of the box is a little narrow compared to my older Scarpa shoes. It may take a bit of time to break-in the toe box.
  • Reviewed by daniel from Teton Valley from teton valley, Idaho on Monday, June 25, 2018
    Site needed to verify my identity which wasted a lot of time and as a result did not ship in time. I almost did not get the boots in time for the hike which actually would have been better.

    These boots appeared to fit alright at first. The site says to order larger which is actually not true. These are true to size so ordering large was only slightly too big for me. But I figured since I will be wearing heavy hiking socks and putting in insoles it should be OK.

    Main problem with these boots is their terrible design of having an angled heel toward the calf. I am now suffering from severe tendonitis/bursitis after using these boots on a 5 day hike this month. I do not know how long it will be until I can use boots again or engage in athletic activities. Unfortunately this flaw is not apparent until using this boot for days on the trail and it can not be solved in any way. I am very frustrated. I am a low wage employee at a resort in Wyoming and hiking is one of my main pastimes. I don't have money to buy another pair of boots and wasted my money on these. I knew that ordering online with sierra trading post would be a mistake for boots. It's not totally a judgement against the company, what kind of idiot would order boots online, and I should have known that the cheapest scrap boots would have some kind of major problem.

    it also seems that one boot is slightly larger than the other and there is a strange mark on the boot like it was considered unsellable at one point.

    obviously at this point it would be against their return policy to take them back.

    I recently tried to put them back on and ended up having to carry them 5 miles over sharp gravel while going barefoot. I couldn't even bear the pain in my achilles for more than 10 steps. Hard and expensive lesson learned. I will never buy boots online again.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by april from flagstaff, az on Thursday, June 21, 2018
    These boots are comfortable the first mile out. The waterproofing is great in the winter too and needs to be reapplied after about 6 months. The boots are sturdy but not too heavy, well padded. May be too warm for higher temps hiking. I have worn Scarpa's for years and my only gripe is that they come apart at the toe seam after about 4-5 months and I have to get them stitched. This last pair I bought the sole separated and I got that repaired as well. I do hike many miles a year though but would think the boots would last longer than a few months before repairs are needed. The comfort of the boot can't be surpassed though, so I will only buy Scarpa boots.
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