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Scarpa Zodiac Plus GTX Backpacking Boot M Male 40.0

Zodiac Plus GTX Backpacking Boot - Men's Shark/Orange, 40.0 - Excellent

$167.76

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$268.95

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Brand

Scarpa

Model

Zodiac Plus GTX Backpacking Boot

Item

728808

Type

Closeout

Size

Male 40.0

Gender

Men

Condition

Excellent

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Product Information

Product Condition: The Zodiac Plus GTX Backpacking Boot - Men's is in Excellent condition. VFC-These boots were previously owned for a week. The following observations were made regarding this item: *The soles have some dirt from normal walking or wear. *There are no holes or rips on the shoes. *There is still plenty of use left in the soles * Item sold as is, all warranties void.

Size: Male 40.0

Color: Shark/Orange

Retail Cost: $268.95

It's tough to enjoy the journey when we're focused on the slosh and squish that comes with every step. Designed with a waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX membrane, the Scarpa Zodiac Plus GTS Men's Backpacking Boot will keep our feet nice and dry if we take a slider hopping between mossy stones during shallow creek crossings or encounter soggy trail conditions after a rain storm. Scarpa designed the Zodiac Plus with a slightly softer flex than its more mountaineering-focused Zodiac Tech boot, but made this boot slightly more robust than its more trail-focused R-Evolution GTX—the result is a boot that's capable of handling long-haul trail excursions with a heavy backpack but is still flexible enough for peak-bagging missions across scree-covered alpine environments.


Why We Like The Zodiac Plus GTX Backpacking Boot (DWGAKYZ)

Tech Specs

Upper Material

Perwanger suede

Waterproofing

GORE-TEX

Lining

GORE-TEX Performance Comfort

Closure

lace

Last

BZ

Midsole

polyurethane, EVA

Sole

Vibram Drumlin

Claimed Weight

[single, size 42] 1lb 3.2oz

Recommended Use

hiking & camping, backpacking

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20 hours