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Scarpa Spin Ultra Running Shoe - Men's

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Spin Ultra Running Shoe

Scarpa designed the Spin Ultra Running Shoe with a little more cushion than other shoes in its trail line up to provide you with comfort on high mileage training days, ultra-distance races, or light and fast days out on the trails. Its lower drop and cushioned EVA midsole keep your feet feeling good across all different types of terrain. Similar to other Scarpa trail running shoes, the Spin Ultra features mesh and micro-nubuck uppers that provide breathability through the miles and a Sock-Fit System to reduce bulk to provide you with an enhanced fit to eliminate rubbing and hot spots. Additionally, a TPU toe cap offers protection from trail debris when you're huffing it up a steep ascent or speeding down a long descent and the Vibram Megagrip soles ensure you'll have reliable traction throughout the duration of your run.

  • Trail running shoe for comfort in moderate to ultra-distance runs
  • 6mm drop offers a more comfortable platform for midfoot strikers
  • Mesh and micro-nubuck uppers deliver durable breathability on runs
  • Sock-Fit System reduces bulk for an enhanced and comfortable fit
  • TPU toe cap provides protection from roots and rocks on the trails
  • EVA midsole offers cushioning for comfort through long distances
  • Vibram Megagrip soles ensure traction across mountainous terrain
  • Scarpa has been designing high-quality mountain footwear since 1938
  • Item #SCR008K

Upper Material
mesh, micro nubuck, TPU toe cap
Lining
100% polyester
Closure
lace
Footbed
TPU insert
Midsole
2D EVA-CM
Sole
Vibram Megagrip
Last
ARS6
Support Type
neutral
Cushion
moderate
Heel / Forefoot Height
24 / 18mm
Drop
6mm
Claimed Weight
[single, size 9] 9.3oz
Recommended Use
trail running
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65

Warning:

Cancer and Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov

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>Rating: 3

Unreliable, Small Shoe

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
42.5
Height
5` 8"
Weight
160 lbs

I have mixed feelings about these shoes. I've had them for about 1 year and the comfort and flexibility is good. The design looks ok and the sole is very comfortable and has good traction. They run small, given the European calculation I picked the larger size and it is still a bit too small. The downside is that 1 year in the upper is shredded. Holes everywhere! It's still wearable but looks awful and I think in the next 6 months it will probably develop a terminal rip. I only do about 10-20 miles per week and my last pair of trail shoes (montrails) lasted twice as long at a lower price. I have also noticed that a lower drop shoe causes me less pain long term. Something to consider...

I
>Rating: 3

Unreliable, Small Shoe

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
42.5
Height
5` 8"
Weight
160 lbs

I have mixed feelings about these shoes. I've had them for about 1 year and the comfort and flexibility is good. The design looks ok and the sole is very comfortable and has good traction. They run small, given the European calculation I picked the larger size and it is still a bit too small. The downside is that 1 year in the upper is shredded. Holes everywhere! It's still wearable but looks awful and I think in the next 6 months it will probably develop a terminal rip. I only do about 10-20 miles per week and my last pair of trail shoes (montrails) lasted twice as long at a lower price. I have also noticed that a lower drop shoe causes me less pain long term. Something to consider...

I
>Rating: 3

Unreliable, Small Shoe

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
42.5
Height
5` 8"
Weight
160 lbs

I have mixed feelings about these shoes. I've had them for about 1 year and the comfort and flexibility is good. The design looks ok and the sole is very comfortable and has good traction. They run small, given the European calculation I picked the larger size and it is still a bit too small. The downside is that 1 year in the upper is shredded. Holes everywhere! It's still wearable but looks awful and I think in the next 6 months it will probably develop a terminal rip. I only do about 10-20 miles per week and my last pair of trail shoes (montrails) lasted twice as long at a lower price. I have also noticed that a lower drop shoe causes me less pain long term. Something to consider...

I
>Rating: 3

Unreliable, Small Shoe

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
42.5
Height
5` 8"
Weight
160 lbs

I have mixed feelings about these shoes. I've had them for about 1 year and the comfort and flexibility is good. The design looks ok and the sole is very comfortable and has good traction. They run small, given the European calculation I picked the larger size and it is still a bit too small. The downside is that 1 year in the upper is shredded. Holes everywhere! It's still wearable but looks awful and I think in the next 6 months it will probably develop a terminal rip. I only do about 10-20 miles per week and my last pair of trail shoes (montrails) lasted twice as long at a lower price. I have also noticed that a lower drop shoe causes me less pain long term. Something to consider...

I
>Rating: 3

Unreliable, Small Shoe

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
42.5
Height
5` 8"
Weight
160 lbs

I have mixed feelings about these shoes. I've had them for about 1 year and the comfort and flexibility is good. The design looks ok and the sole is very comfortable and has good traction. They run small, given the European calculation I picked the larger size and it is still a bit too small. The downside is that 1 year in the upper is shredded. Holes everywhere! It's still wearable but looks awful and I think in the next 6 months it will probably develop a terminal rip. I only do about 10-20 miles per week and my last pair of trail shoes (montrails) lasted twice as long at a lower price. I have also noticed that a lower drop shoe causes me less pain long term. Something to consider...

I
>Rating: 4

Run small

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Height
6` 1"
Weight
175 lbs

Recommend sizing up at least 0.5 sizes or a full size, wish I had. Toes hit the front etc but otherwise really nice padding, good grip on trails and rocks, breathe well too. No arch support I’d like that next time around. Wish I’d known to size up, but that’s on me.

>Rating: 5

7th grader tough?

We bought these with the hope that the trail running sole would be tough enough to withstand our 7th grader. So far so good. He blows through shoes so quickly but these are holding up great. One month in and still look like new.

>Rating:

Trail Runner Editors' Choice Award!

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>Rating:

Outside Magazine Gear Of The Year Award!

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>Rating:

Trail Runner Editors' Choice Award!

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>Rating:

Outside Magazine Gear of the Year Award!

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