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Support for the most brutal approaches.

Whether you are making the march to Upper Chaos in RMNP, or sweating your way to the top of Clark Mountain for a burn on Jumbo Pumping Hate, the Scarpa Tech Ascent GTX is your go-to approach shoe. The Extended Comfort Gore-Tex lining lets your feet breath and keeps them dry in wet conditions while the mid-cut design and sticky rubber keep you from rolling an ankle in the talus. If your latest project includes a brutal approach, help improve your odds for success by booting up in the Tech Ascent.

  • The suede upper and Extended Comfort Gore-Tex Lining allow your foot to breath while keeping it dry during early-morning approaches in dew-soaked meadows
  • Vibram Vertical Approach sole with sticky rubber provides ample friction for technical approaches over granite slabs
  • The Overlasted rubber toe rand enables secure edging and stances
  • Technical mid-cut design is compact while providing ankle support in difficult terrain
  • The Tech Ascent weighs in at 1lb 2oz per shoe, making it light enough to pack away during the climb

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Would approach shoes work well for long...

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Would approach shoes work well for long distance backpacking? Or would I be better of using a full on hiking boot? Pack will probably be ~40lbs

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With a pack of that weight, I would suggest a light to medium hiking boot. However, this is really dependent on what kind of terrain you will be hiking. These boots are best suited to rocky terrain, or anywhere where a sticky sole would be advantageous.

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It depends on the approach shoe. For the Tech Ascent I would say that yes, this will work great for long distance backpacking with a 40lb pack. The Mid top height and the PU midsole will work just as well as most hiking boots.

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

I wore these for the first time crossing a glacier at about 4,500m. I was worried about blisters etc but nope, zip, nada, not a single issue despite wearing them 10 hours on the first day. These shoes were excellent on boulder hopping , not so good on ice and snow but hey thats a tough ask of any boot made for approaches. I ended up crossing a snow bound pass at 5,400 m in these boots and only got slightly cold feet. I really rate these shoes as an approach and found them more comfortable for general walking than the Ganda.

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Are these crampon compatible?

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Are these crampon compatible?

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These will only work with fully strap on style crampons

The sole looks awful thin. Has anyone ever...

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The sole looks awful thin. Has anyone ever hiked in these or are they only for cold weather/snow?

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The sole is very flexible, and a great three season climber/hiker boot. While they're great at keeping the water out, I haven't had the chance to try them in snow yet.

If your feet do not run cold in winter, they might suffice for snow shoeing, but the mid-height ankle might let a bit of snow in (without gaiters).

Does scarpa no longer offer a widrh...

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Does scarpa no longer offer a widrh option?

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Unfortunately this shoe does not come in varied widths.

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The heel is normal/slightly narrow, but the toe box is nice and spacious for a standard size boot.