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Scarpa Zen Pro Shoe - Women's

$178.95

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For a peaceful approach.

Your climbing partner might be complaining about the approach, but you couldn't feel more peaceful thanks to the Scarpa Women's Zen Pro Shoe. This light shoe sports a sturdy suede upper with air mesh inserts for ventilated airflow. Scarpa lined the upper in odor-resistant, moisture-managing Cocona for even more comfort. Underfoot, the Zen Pro features a P-Flex footbed that promotes natural movements, while the injected EVA midsole offers long-lasting support for technical terrain. Vibram's Spyder 2 sole sticks to trails without picking up pebbles along the way.

  • Light approach shoe for hiking with climbing gear
  • Sturdy suede and breathable air mesh upper
  • Odor-resistant Cocona lining wicks moisture
  • P-Flex footbed ensures dexterous mobility
  • Injected EVA midsole offers long-lasting cush
  • Vibram Spyder 2 sole sticks to terrain without picking up gravel
  • Item #SCR002B

Responsible Collection
Recycled/Repurposed
Upper Material
suede leather, recycled polyester
Lining
Cocona
Closure
lace
Last
BN
Footbed
P-Flex
Midsole
injected EVA
Sole
Vibram Spyder 2
Claimed Weight
[single, size 42] 1 lb 1 oz
Recommended Use
hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65

Warning:

Cancer and Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 4

Great hiking/scrambling shoe

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
39
Height
5` 5"
Weight
140 lbs

I got a size 39 which fits perfect (true to size). I used to have the Scarpa Gecko Light but they weren't supportive enough for all the hiking I do. I use these for climbing mountains and scrambling ridges in CO. I need something that is supportive for the trail, but also grippy for scrambling. I feel like they fit the bill for this as long as you're not scrambling anything too technical and need to rely on your shoe's edges. They're also very durable. I felt more confident scrambling in the Gecko Lights, but I was willing to sacrifice that for some more support while hiking. They are a bit clunky which I don't love for when I'm trying to scramble the majority of the day (i.e. on the Flatirons, etc.). When I'm doing something like that I wish I had a shoe with a little more precision and less bulk. I might look into another option for my next shoe. For actual rock climbing I'd say these are less than ideal, as they're not the lightest to clip on your harness and climb with.

Hey, I am wondering, you say these fit true to size, do you usually wear a size 7.5 US? I am debating between the 38.5 and the 39.0. THANK YOU!

>Rating: 5

Shoes to take you just about anywhere

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The Scarpa Zen Pro approach shoes are my "daily driver" for outdoor activities, from backpacking in the Sierra to descending Utah canyons. The fit is phenomenal - I have normal-width flat feet with bunions, so I'm used to fit issues, but these shoes felt broken in from day one and haven't given me any blisters. I typically wear street size six, but I sized these up to 38 to fit orthotics and thick socks comfortably. Performance-wise, these shoes stick to rock like velcro. I've confidently worm them through 4th/5th class terrain over and over again. They've remained comfortable even after 12+ hour days. They have more lace holes than your average shoes allowing for a very adjustable fit, and the laces actually stay tied (!!). They also handle wear and tear nicely - despite repeated foot-jams, there's only minimal surface scrapes on the shoes. My only precaution is that these shoes are not so hot in water (we're talking swimming-through-wet-canyons water, not stepping-in-a-puddle water, though - they handle the latter a-ok). The soles aren't very grippy when wet, and the suede upper is NOT quick-drying.

>Rating: 5

shoooooo

These shoes offer so much versatility- the low cut offers the feel of a lighter shoe without losing any sturdiness through the sole. I took them up Grand Teton this summer so they saw it all- backpacking, hiking, and some scrambling and down climbing- and were awesome through it all. They are not vented or very breathable, so summer hikes can be hot, but I'm looking forward to warm feet in cooler weather this fall!

>Rating: 5

The Best of Both Worlds

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I recently purchased these shoes for an alpine climb with a long approach and some 4th class scrambling and they fit the bill perfectly. As hiking shoes, they were comfortable and supportive. As climbing shoes, they were lightweight and grippy. They performed very well on all kinds of terrain (and they even fit with my crampons for a short stretch!). Would definitely recommend!

>Rating: 5

Best hiker ever

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This literally is the best hiking shoe I have ever owned. Brand new, hiked 8 hours a day in Patagonia, across flat terrain, tons of rocks, scree, bouldering up and down steep terrain. Not once did this shoe disappoint. No blisters, no pinching, full comfort down and up inclines. I normally wear an 8.5 US and purchased 40.5 in Scarpa and it fit perfectly.

>Rating: 5

The Slipper FITS!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
9.5/41.5
Height
5` 11"
Weight
165 lbs

I tried the Adidas AX2. Too much volume, not enough support for day HIKES vs day walks. Asolos too voluminous. Salewas not quite right. The SCARPA ZENs are PERFECT in every way for my very average size 10 (I wear a 41N in Birkenstocks, 10 in Chaco, 41.5 in Scarpa and La Sportiva, for reference). Narrow enough in the heels, awesome room in the toe box and across the balls of my feet (wow! so good!). Love the suede with the rubber rand and they PERFORM. Took 'em up to 12k feet yesterday and my feet are happy! Whew! Not cheap but worth every penny.