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Backpackers who seek rough terrain and weight-reducing gear should lace up the Scarpa Zanskar GTX Boot before setting out on the next great adventure.

  • Gore-Tex membrane guarantees waterproof protection and breathability
  • Micro-pulley hardware allows for easy and quick lacing
  • Vibram Biometric sole gains traction even on wet and steep surfaces
  • Bi-directional ankle flex provides the support you expect from a backpacking boot without constricting you during your stride
  • Protective rubber toe rand adds durability
  • ActivFit technology helps encourage an engaged and sensitive fit for safety through sketchy terrain and comfort over long distances

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I'm debating between these boots and the Scarpa SL Active boot. I'm looking for a boot for 3 - 7 day backpacking trips, carrying a weight of 30 - 42 pounds, and that handles wet conditions and scrambling quite well. Which boot would you recomend? What are the major differences between the two?

4 5

High quality burly boot

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: True to size

I had to return this boot because it didn't fit my skinny low volume foot well and didn't quite meet my needs, but I was impressed with it. The quality is very high, and the lacing system is superb. The volume was just too high for me, higher than some other Scarpa boots I have had in the past. The midsole/shank is quite stiff but has a lot of rocker which makes it walk well. Although the weight is low, this is definitely a solid boot for carrying heavy loads - not a flexy day hiker.