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When you need the halfway point between a hiking and climbing shoe, pull on the Expresso.

Cinch up the technical Scarpa Men's Expresso Approach Shoe for gnarly approaches and easy fifth-class climbing. Scarpa built this progressive approach shoe on a modified rock shoe last with a tight profile and supportive heel section. The mesh and nubuck upper breathes moisture during marathon ridge traverses and the sticky dot-rubber sole and rubber toe rand let you grip with precision when it matters most.

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5 5

great approach shoe

I was psyched to see this euro retro style shoe that was also technical. The sticky rubber is very sticky but it will mark on hard floors. The shoe climbs really well, I've done some easy bouldering problems and some scrambles it's very precise. The shoe is airy and breaths so well in keeping my feet cool. They do fit kind of high volume so if you got a skinny foot you will need to use a superfeet or custom insoles.

hey does this have a removable insole? I'd...

hey does this have a removable insole? I'd liek to use my orthotics with it if so..thanks

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I am pretty sure they do...every shoe I have owned from scarpa has removable insoles

5 5

Town and Talus shoe!

When I buy shoes, I like to think multipurpose. I got these for kicking around town as well as rock-hopping over the chossy talus up here in AK. Really an excellent all-around shoe. Supportive with good underfoot protection for hiking and approaches, but flexible enough to walk around in all day. I don't like a big restricting hiking boot or shoe, so this suits me really well. Pretty glad it has no water-proofing too, I never understood the point of a low top gore-tex shoe. The sticky rubber soles are sweet on the rocks, but will mark any hard surface with black streaks. I guess they weren't designed for traipsing around campus...