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Scarpa Wrangell GTX Boot

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    • Bronze

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    When you have big plans in store.

    The Men's Wrangell GTX Boot is Scarpa's burlier backpacking boot for hiking long and rugged trails with a lot of weight on your back. Scarpa built this boot with the best artisans in the world with a heavy-duty Italian leather upper backed by a waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane for protection in rainy, snowy, and sunny conditions.

    Underfoot, the Wrangell features enough support and stability for you to carry heavy backpacks a little easier. The stiff Pro-Flex ST footbed keeps you surefooted on off-trail terrain, and the cushy EVA midsole assures day-long comfort. At the bottom, Vibram's M4 Tech optimizes off-trail traction when you have a heavy backpack.

    • A burly boot for month-long treks on and off trails
    • Waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex Performance Comfort
    • Heavy-duty, artisan-crafted, Italian leather upper
    • Pro-Flex XT footbed with EVA midsole for cushioning
    • Vibram M4 Tech rubber sole designed for heavy loads
    • Item #SCR004Y

    Upper Material
    Crosta Pro HS 12 leather (2.8mm)
    Gore-Tex Performance Comfort
    Pro-Flex XT
    Vibram M4 Tech
    mountaineering - single boot
    Crampon Compatibility
    Claimed Weight
    2 lb 6 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    What do you think about this product?


    >Rating: 5

    A Big Stiffy

    I've put it through the wringer
    True to size

    The Wrangell is a real stiff boot. Great quality construction. They take a while to break in. Going on a few months or so now. Ive been wearing mine 3 days a week for 10 hours or so doing tree work. Just about there. I had a set of Fuegos for two years and they were fantastic until the midsole cracked and broke. I totally loved those boots man. The vibrum soles were worn out and thin. I tried to get them fixed but a very reputable cobbler told me they were shot! I was bummed. Tree work is tough on boots and I have been through lots of brands. So, that being said, Wrangells are pretty much the same thing. The Wrangell is thinner leather(not noticeable), has the gore-tex and a rand. Thats the difference. Overall these boots are solid. Im not a huge fan of the gore-tex because of the inevitable let down of it leaking. Still waiting for that to happen. The rand is cool I guess for added protection. If you want a bomber heavy stiff boot, this or the Fuego is it. Have fun out there and stay safe.


    The color is called "bronze" but they look grey. So, what is the actual real life color?

    Fair question. They are a lighter grey. I'm not sure why they labeled it bronze, but it is the light grey you can see it on their site