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Zodiac Tech GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $265.26 Original price: $378.95
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Color:Green Blue


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Zodiac Tech GTX Mountaineering Boot

The Scarpa Zodiac Tech GTX Mountaineering Boot strikes the midway point between an approach shoe and mountain boot for those missions with long approaches and snowy summits. ActivImpact Technology absorbs impacts during your approaches for more comfort on your joints while a Gore-Tex membrane keeps your feet dry as you encounter snow near the summit. The boot's multi-density PU and EVA midsole provides a balance of weight and performance to keep your feet cushioned without weighing your down when the miles get long. Additionally, the Zodiac is outfitted with Scarpa's ActivFit system and Sock-Fit system to reduce bulk and create a snug fit for precision and control on technical ascents. The boot is compatible with semi-automatic crampons for icy traverses and the Vibram soles provide you with durable traction across all the other surfaces you'll encounter.


  • Durable boot for taking on long approaches and snowy summits
  • Gore-Tex membrane blocks moisture for dry feet in wet conditions
  • ActivImpact technology absorbs shock for comfort on your joints
  • EVA and PU midsoles provide lightweight cushioning for your trek
  • Sock-Fit DV construction reduces bulk for a snug, precise fit
  • Semi-automatic crampon compatible for icy and snowy traverses
  • Extended rubber rand enhances both performance and protection
  • Durable Vibram soles have toe area optimized for rock climbing
  • Item #SCR008U
Upper Material
1.8mm Suede Perwanger
GORE-TEX Performance comfort
GORE-TEX Performance Comfort
Pro-Fiber 20
Vibram Mulaz S / Mont
Mountaineering - Single Boot
Crampon Compatibility
Claimed Weight
[single, size 38] 1lb 2.7oz
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5 out of 5 stars

February 8, 2022

Gnarly boots with excellent performance!

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 9"

I have owned these for over a year now and I’m so impressed with these boots! I originally bought them to be able to hike in the UP of Michigan in the middle of winter to get to ice caves and iced over waterfalls. Some of the paths have very deep snow and snow that causes my feet to slide around in my Columbia Snow boots. I was worried how these works perform in the summer though and was prepared to have to purchase another boot for the summer season to hike in. To my delight, I did not have to do either! These boots have now seen: Yosemite NP Kings canyon NP Sequoia NP Acadia NP UP of Michigan New Mexico loose rocky mountainous terrain Lots of Indiana hiking. I’ve used these on extremely steep terrain, on rocky mountains, across sandy trails, bouldering and rock scrambling, on frozen ground, on ice, in snow, in mud, across creeks, on dry land, on wooded and uneven terrain, doing trail maintenance work, on a 2-day fully packed backpacking trip, in the pouring rain, in 95+ degree heat and in sub zero temps…I’ve also used them with ice cleats on. And likely more that I’m forgetting. The built in gators truly keep out rocks and soil. The waterproofing is excellent. The boot is easy to clean (just brush dirt off after each use, or hose off if muddy, and reapply waterproofing each year as preventative maintenance…but I honestly think you could get away without doing that each year… that’s not good boot care to not.) Only issue I found: in Acadia I felt heel slippage. I think the issue was actually too thin of socks as it was summer. In the spring, fall, and winter I wear mid-light weight wool socks and they fit and work fine. In Acadia I wore ultra thin wool socks and felt slippage on the descent of some very steep scrambling routes. I might possibly have also been able to go down a half size. I’ve had suspicions that perhaps I ordered a half size too big. But really, I have had no other problems with them and even that issue was mild. No blisters or hot spots on my feet. I usually wear a size 8.5-9, and bought a 40.5. I probably could have done a 40.

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