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Scree-skiing is fun???but only when it's done on purpose. The Vasque Men's Scree Mid UD Hiking Boot feature Stealth S1 Rubber soles, renowned for providing a death-grip on slickery, slide-y surfaces. And by the way, UD stands for UltraDry, so rest assured this mid-high boot will ward off water during the drippy season.

  • Waterproof nubuck leather and Airmesh uppers are flexible, breathable, lightweight, and durable
  • Rubber toe bumpers protect feet from rocks and other obstacles
  • UltraDry inserts block outside water while allowing perspiration to escape
  • Anatomical, dual-density EVA footbeds offer support and cushioning
  • EVA midsoles cushion and absorp shock
  • Thermoplastic urethane shanks increase support and control under heavy loads
  • Arc Tempo Last construction creates an agile, athletic fit with an asymmetrical curve that's great for higher arches
  • Arc Tempo Last also directs more power to the toe during foot push-off
  • Stealth S1 Rubber outsoles are known for their supreme stickiness
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Low price equals problems

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:Runs small
  • Size Bought: 12

Strictly a boot for well built trails, mild elevation gain and distance, mostly day hikes or short overnights. Stiffness was sufficient, but lacked any type of padding, to make it useable without it hurting you feet. A new insole is needed. In addition to the rubber on the sides of the boot, has little chunks coming off after first use, over the long term that maybe a problem.

Old scree model was much better.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I had an old model pair of screes. Absolutely loved them!! There were light weight, breathed well, and stuck to the rock like Velcro. I got these as a replacement pair and really disappointed. These are bulky/clunky, hot/don't breath well, and I had to strangle my foot to keep the shoe from being annoyingly unstable as I scrambled up and down cliff faces. The rubber is great though. Only reason it gets three stars. I'm going to try the new adidas terrox next as they bought stealth rubber.

Vasque Scree Mid

    This is my 2nd pair of these hiking boots and I really enjoy them. I have the brown and gray colors. The boots are comfortable right out of the box. For some reason though, the gray boots gave unusually long laces. I don't know if it was a glitch at the factory or a design but the brown boots laces are perfect length. The soles are VERY good on slippry surfaces although they can and will mark floors or carpets if you wipe or scuff your feet for whatever reason. I am very pleased with the appearance, comfort and style of the boots

    Somewhat Lacking.....

      Traction is excellent and they are lightweight for everyday use.. Arch support is poor so count on peeling off another $20 in addition to your initial purchase price. Boot sidewalls are not as firm as I would like them to be and can't figure out the long laces. In my opinion they are an O.K. boot at best and should sell for less.

      Hello, Im interested in buying the vasque...

      Hello, Im interested in buying the vasque scree boot. I wear a ee in most footwear. If I usually wear a 10 do you think a 10 1/2 would be a better fit in this boot.

      I normally wear a size larger hiking shoe but after trying on a half size larger I was skeptical but then after multiple 10 plus mile hikes these shoes are great. Somebody was complaining about shoe leaving marks on floor. That's because they us real rubber. Best traction. If you don't want to leave marks on the floor go buy a pair of shoes from Walmart.

      Good luck.

      Looking for a mid height hiking boot that...

      Looking for a mid height hiking boot that is Wide (4X) I have an old pair of Vasque boots that were stretched. Didn't work well; Is this Vasque Scree available in extra wide widths? Any other brands you handle available in wide widths? Thanks, Ron Jeckel