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Unbreakable, all-terrain vehicle for your foot.

A journey deep into the canyon brings you to an untouched, wild world between sheer rock walls, and the sturdy, durable Scarpa Kinesis Pro GTX Boot ensures you get there and back without a slip or struggle. Its tough, rock-ready nubuck leather and Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane ensure no moisture gets inside and no blisters develop, keeping you moving toward your next camp or shelter.

  • Smoothout nubuck leather upper and rubber rand around the entire boot doesn't wear out after many rocky summits or canyon loop trails
  • Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane ensures dry steps over rainy, muddy, or snowy trails
  • Vibram Biometric rubber outsole grips, brakes, and secures your steps over any terrain you may encounter, and self-cleaning lugs prevent the build-up of mud
  • Contoured Active Pro 4mm footbed and dual-density PU midsole cushion thousands of steps while weighed down by a heavy backpack
  • Tall boot design supports ankles to prevent injury in the wilderness and a TPU shank provides stability on uneven ground
  • Numerous lace loops provide an even, reliable fit over you whole foot and a tongue gusset prevents rocks from hitching a ride inside your boot
  • Activfit Technology uses an anatomical last so you don't have to break in the boot for days before you begin your trek

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5 5

Solid boot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 11"
    Weight: 150 lbs
    Size Purchased: 46.5

These boots kept my feet dry and well supported through a brutal weekend hike/climb in snow, mud, streams, and scree. They feel sturdy and support the ankle well. No complaints at all.

5 5

Great Boot.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

Hunting the midwest with this boot all season. Slough country to Bluff country. Maybe 100 miles in them so far. Heavy pack hiking. Waterproof is perfect. Leather is very tough. Rand is flawless. Comfortable even though I could stand to size up for really thick socks. I wear 11.5 to 12. Ordered 45.5, should have ordered 46.
Very stiff boot where you need it. The soft leather above the ankle helps with articulation and also creates a fairly water tight seal when submerged. Great traction. Also a very good looking boot.
The only negative thing I can say is the laces sent with the boots were pretty cheap.

5 5

Good fit, great materials

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I'm a size 11 and the 44 1/2 fit really great. Just a little room for thick woolies, but not quite as loose as some women I have known. Similar Zamberlans and Asolos were a close second, but I never could pull the trigger on them while I was out in the stores. I spent a couple hours in the Seattle REI trying on all sorts of boots, but I never fell in love with any. They didn't have many Scarpas at REI, so I never tried these on before I ordered. I'm glad I rolled the dice.

The heel and toe are squared off, which I like for digging in on the steep stuff.

Quality materials, stitching, and fastening all around.

The boots are nice and tall. I can lace these up snug and I don't feel pressure on my shin with dorsiflexion. I like my boots snug. I was all set to buy some Asolo 520s, but they had a lot of shin pressure when I flexed my foot.

I don't think I will ever spend over $250 on a boot with no toe protection. This boot has a tough rand that appears to be meticulously/durably cemented to the boot. On our last hike, my wife hit a sharp piece of granite with the toe of her boot (no rand) and a big chunk of Italian leather came off.

Part of the reason I chose this boot was because I didn't want to have a common tread pattern. This pattern has an unmistakable curve down the middle (a good thing, as long as the people tracking you are friendlies).

At first I thought the lace rollers were overkill, but you can really dial in a good fit much easier because of them. They do work better with narrower laces, though. The laces that come on the boots are narrow but not super durable, but I found some great 60" laces for $4 at Cabelas that held up better. 550 paracord would fit, but it doesn't glide like these narrower laces.

The footbed is rigid, but flexes at the toe just fine.

They look nice. I wore them to work for the break-in an got lots of "those are bad a-- boots."

Most importantly, they're just boots. Now I can be done with the boot conversation and move on to the adventure conversation.

5 5

So far so good

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small

Boot came in the wrong size the first time but after a very hassle free exchange i have my new boot which fits great. I started wearing them around the yard for a break in period but they seem like they will be good to go in no time.
Anyone who reads this the service and is by far the best i have had, i would recommend shopping off their site for any product, i know i will be back for more!

5 5

Very comfortable

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I like them:
light weight (relative to boot MEINDL)
feeling that they are soft inside.

My foot length 26.7. What size should I...

My foot length 26.7. What size should I choose?

5 5

Great Boot

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

These are exactly what I was looking for. I have slightly wider feet and these fit great. They are lightweight and stiff enough for heavy loads while backpacking. They have excellent traction and ankle support with a full rubber wrap around the bottom that worked great protecting the leather from snow shoes and crampons. Not exactly a snow boot, but great for mixed conditions and varied terrain. The quality is top notch and the insoles mold to fit your foot for an almost custom designed fit. I absolutely love these boots. They did take a little break in for the foot-bed to shape, but after that they have been awesome. Snow, rain, mud, scree, rock hopping, these boots handle it all and keep your feet happy. Not so good for really hard well worn trails due to the stiff soles, but they are back-country beasts. I suggest conditioning and water proofing these (and any other leather boot) to keep them in good shape and prevent soggy leather. Your feet will be dry either way, but wet leather will increase cold and weight.

4 5

Very comfortable boot for wider feet

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Tried these on at the store, along with some other pairs. I ended up going for Lowas Ticams because they're fit my feet better however I was really impressed about how comfortable they were. They fit like a pillow around my ankle, making it a really tough choice. They have a lot of support for heavy loads as well as a wide toebox. They seem like would be pretty durable since they're full leather and the rubber rand goes completely around the boot. One thing I wasn't sure of was the degree of rocker on the sole. I'm not crazy about this feather because although it saves energy by eliminating footflex I always feel that I don't have as good a grip on steeper terrain. Just my preference though.

5 5

scarpa.... GETS IT

First off, the boots are EXTREMELY well made. Size seems true to fit. Of course time will tell how durable and comfortable they are, but they seem great out of the box.

5 5

Outstanding Backpacking Boot!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I compared this boot with two other high-end Italian backpacking boots for several days. For my C-width foot the Kinesis Pro was clearly superior in fit. Forefoot and heel-area fit perfectly out of the box but getting ankle collar to be comfortable req'd a week of all day wear plus a couple of 5+ mile hikes. Now the fit and comfort level are perfect all-around. Pulley lacing system allows for micro-adjustment of tension across the forefoot. Geometry of lacelocks allow for two separate lacing tensions, one across forefoot,another for heel cup/ankle = outstanding adjustability and fit. Although overkill for general hiking this boot comes into its own when a loaded pack is worn. Superior stability when loaded compared to its competitors. I unreservedly recommend this boot for backpacking use

When are you going to get new sizes in?...

When are you going to get new sizes in? I'm looking for Men's size 11 (44.5 Euro). I would rather buy from than someone else!

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Hey dth3092746,
We currently have 1 size 44.5 left in stock. If you haven't ordered the shoe yet, I would jump on that item!

What's the difference between this and the...

What's the difference between this and the Scarpa SL Active Boot ???

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The Kinesis Pro GTX and SL Activ are build using the same BD last, feature the same mid-sole material and both have a full rand. They also happen to come in at the same weight.

The SL Activ is essentially a refined SL M3. The Kinesis Pro GTX is a Gore-Tex boot and the SL Activ, like the SL M3, is not Gore-Tex.

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From looking at the pictures, the Kinesis Pro GTX provides one more set of lace hooks than the SL Active.