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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.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by QualityFootwearSnob from Great White North! on Tuesday, September 13, 2016
    Build 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, 2016
    I 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, 2016
    I 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, 2016
    In 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.)
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