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For short hikes and long slogs.

Whether you lace up the Scarpa Women's Kailash GTX Hiking Boots for a quick day hike or a week-long backpacking trip, they'll ensure you have the support and durability you need every step of the way. The Gore-Tex membrane creates a waterproof breathable barrier between your foot and muddy stretches of trail. Scarpa used a Vibram Hi-Trail Lite sole to give you the traction you need and the long-lasting performance you expect. The suede uppers and rubberized toe casp make the Kailish as burly as you could want without the feel of a heavy waffle stomper.

  • Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane
  • Suede upper with protective toe rand
  • Comfort-Flex Plus insole
  • Dual-density PU midsole
  • Vibram sole
  • Made in Europe

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5 5

Heavy but Great Boot

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I love these boots! I've had them for over a year now and used them for hikes in the Adirondacks during the spring and summer, as well as daily footwear in the winter around town. They are heavy, but worth it for the protection and performance they give back.

The Adirondacks in the spring are wet and muddy, but these boots hold up great. They truly are waterproof. I've tromped through water up to ankle deep and except for the splashes my steps cause getting in over the ankle my feet were totally dry. The traction on the soles holds up on muddy and slippery grounds and any falls I've taken are due to my own lack of balance, not slippage from the boots.

Summer hiking...ehh. I guess the awesome water-proofing makes them a bit hot for summer temperatures. I wear a lighter boot during the summer.

Upstate New York gets cold and is super snowy in the winter. I'm not hardcore enough to go hiking during the winter so I use these boots for walking my dog on reasonably cold (10F and up) snowy days. Anything lower than that and I switch to my heavy-duty winter boots.

Pros: Good support. Good grip on slippery surfaces. Awesomely water-proof. Good for colder weather.

Cons: Pretty heavy. Too hot for summer temps.