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ZG Trek GTX Backpacking Boot
Just because you've got a high mileage day ahead of you doesn't mean you'll be taking it easy. When you're trying to put miles behind you in a hurry and do it all again tomorrow, the Scarpa ZG Trek GTX Backpacking Boot is the way to turn for comfort, support, and protection on the trail. It's got a higher, more supportive design to keep your foot stable on the rough trails, while a Gore-Tex Performance Comfort lining ensures that not only will water stay out, but your foot's heat and moisture will be allowed to escape for greater comfort on the move. An innovative two-section lacing system creates a comfortable, non-restrictive, and secure fit that makes it quick and effective to give both the top and bottom of the foot the support they need. Scarpa's special Salix Trek sole is made up of a dual-density PU midsole for lots of underfoot cushioning on long days, as well as a Vibram XS Trek rubber outsole that offers steady traction for all the variable surfaces you'll encounter through huge days of backpacking.
- Lightweight and supportive boot for moving quickly over long miles
- Gore-Tex lining provides waterproof protection for sudden storms
- Vibram outsole keeps its grip in varied terrain and conditions
- Dual-section lacing is quick and easy to use
- Higher ankle height offers stability and support for rugged trails
- Protective toe cap keeps your forefoot guarded against toe stubs
- Item #SCR007W
- Upper Material
- [main] suede leather, synthetic, [toe cap] TPU
- Gore-Tex Performance Comfort
- Comfort Flex Plus
- dual-density PU
- Vibram XS Trek
- Recommended Use
- backpacking, hiking
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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What do you think about this product?
January 25, 2020
I have somewhat wide toes and narrow heels. The newer Kailash are too narrow, but the wide sizes work, as do the Zodiac Plus. How are these in the toebox ? Wide like the Zodiac or narrow like the Kailash ?
October 25, 2019
What is the difference between these and the Kailash?