Scarpa ZG 40 GTX Hilo HI

The Scarpa ZG 40 GTX women’s hiking boots have bellow tongues, dual density footbeds, tapered nylon insoles, and nylon shanks for support. Please read on for more detailed information in the following article.

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Scarpa ZG 40 GTX

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Scarpa ZG 40 GTX Hiking Boots - Women's

The Scarpa ZG 40 GTX women’s hiking boots are made out of Crosta synthetic leather uppers, polyurethane midsoles, Gore-Tex linings, and Vibram rubber outsoles for traction on all terrains. The boots have bellows tongues, dual density footbeds, tapered nylon insoles, and nylon shanks for support. The waterproof boots are ideal as heavy duty day hiking boots and as lightweight backpacking boot . The Scarpa ZG 40 hiking boots are available in various sizes.

Specifics

  • Upper material - Synthetic leather
  • Lining - Gore-Tex
  • Midsole - Polyurethane
  • Outsole - Vibram rubber
  • Average weight per pair - 2 lbs. 7 oz.

Features

  • Heavy duty day hiking boots or lightweight backpacking boots
  • Made for excellent weight to stability ratio
  • Crosta leather uppers
  • Bellows tongues
  • Nickel plated metal
  • Gore-Tex linings to keep you dry and comfortable
  • Dual density footbeds for added comfort
  • Tapered nylon insoles
  • Nylon shanks for support
  • Polyurethane midsoles
  • Vibram Hi-Trail outsoles made for excellent traction on and off the trail
  • ...

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