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Conquer the roughest mountain trails when you put on the NOLS-recommended Scarpa Women’s SL M3 Backpacking Boot. This premier high-ankle backpacking boot prevents sprains and tweaks that are too common on rocky trails with a heavy backpack, so you can swiftly and safely rack up the miles on the AT or in AK.

  • Silicone-impregnated Sherpa HS12 leather upper is durable and weather-resistant
  • Taibrelle lining includes a leather-lined tongue and cuff for a comfortable wear on the longest, roughest trails
  • Performance-Flex midsole supports the entire foot and flexes longitudinally but not laterally so you can attack inclines and traverses
  • Lightweight Vibram sole absorbs the impact and grips in all four seasons
  • Tread is self-cleaning so you won’t haul a pound of mud with every step

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5 5

Solid Boot

Good quality leather although color wore off fast. Thick durable sole, although not flexible if that's important.

If a person requires and orthodic or arch...

If a person requires and orthodic or arch support how is this boot?

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This boot comes with an inexpensive removable footbed so it is really easy to put your custom orthodic or aftermarket footbed in.

Hi,I'm usually a size 39 in shoes, also a...

Hi,I'm usually a size 39 in shoes, also a size 9 women's, but for these scarpa boots the sizing charts say that a size 9 is a 41. Which should I go with?

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I wear US 9.5 women's street shoe and a 41.5 for Scarpas, if that helps.

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I wear a size 9 normally and the 41's were perfect. I tried the 40s on first, and if i were wearing a thin sock with no plans on wearing a hiking sock they would have been fine. But since I will be wearing a thicker trekking/mountaineering sock, the 41s were much better.