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SCOTT ERide Rockcrawler Trail Running Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. SCOTT ERide Rockcrawler trail running shoes are tailor-made for the off-road enthusiast seeking excellent support on a variety of surfaces. The reinforced suede and mesh upper and aggressively lugged outsole provide protection and traction on mixed surfaces and technical terrain.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by QualityFootwearSnob from Great White North! on Tuesday, September 13, 2016Build quality is first rate. They are a kind of hybrid between an "approach shoe" and a running shoe. Though I think you could run in them, they do not seem to have the cushioning or stability of a true running shoe. Likewise they do not have moderate climbing capabilities of the true approach shoes I've had. There is a gentle "rocker" to the sole. Not as pronounced as a Hoka but it is there. I mostly wear them to and in the office but have taken a few trail walks in the woods and found them very pleasant shoes.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Christopher from Washington on Friday, September 2, 2016I ware a size 12 and I have wide feet and I ordered a 12.5 shoe. They fit great and are very comfortable. There was no breaking in time. I walk 5 to 7 miles every day on asphalt and on trails and the comfort and support is great. I recommend these shoes. You can't beat the price.
Reviewed by Steve from ColoradoSsprings on Tuesday, August 23, 2016I was in the Colorado springs Store and was curious about these... I tried them on and they fit my feet quite well. I pulled the trigger and they've been on my feet almost daily since I got them a month ago! Comfortable, tough and just a great all around shoe! I'm debating getting another pair just to have as a backup for when these do eventually die (everything dies...).
Verified Buyer Reviewed by a Christian from California on Wednesday, August 3, 2016In its own right, this shoe would normally be a keeper. But for me, my normal size 9 sees the Scott in this size as way too big (almost comically big). Had to return it, but unfortunately, there was not a shoe in 8.5 at the time of the return. Because the shoe is robust and heavy duty, it would be a good day hike shoe, and secondarily, a trail running shoe. (I have to admit, my normal runners are Hoka Challengers, so any shoe will probably feel heavy compared to the Hokas.)