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Scarpa Men's Moraine GTX Alpine Cross Shoe


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Grey/Brown
  • Leather and textile
  • Rubber sole
  • Dual-density compression molded EVA midsole
  • Planet Friendly!
  • Structured toebox with abrasion resistant toe rand
  • Extended Comfort Gore-Tex protection with maximum breathability
  • Tongue lining made with stretch GTX XCF for outstanding fit and comfort through the midfoot area

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Product Description

Innovation and tradition share equally deep roots at SCARPA, a muti-generational, family-owned business whose headquarters and manufacturing facilities are in the same region of northern Italy where it was founded in 1938. SCARPA builds performance footwear for climbing, hiking, skiing, mountaineering, trail-running and other outdoor pursuits. Aside from being the Italian word for "shoe," SCARPA is an acronym for Societa Calzaturiera Asolana Riunita Pedemontana Anonima (Associated Shoe Manufacturing Company of the Asolo Mountain Area).

FEATURES of the Scarpa Men's Moraine GTX Shoe Dual-density compression molded EVA midsole Structured toebox with abrasion resistant toe rand Extended Comfort Gore-Tex for protection with maximum breathability Tongue lining made with stretch GTX XCF for outstanding fit and comfort through the midfoot area Planet Friendly SPECIFICATIONS of the Scarpa Men's Moraine GTX Shoe Upper: Suede/Nubuck leather and recycled polyester mesh Lining: Gore-Tex - Extended Comfort Plate: Arch Suspension Insert Midsole: Dual-Density Molded EVA Outsole: Trail-Grip Last: AX1 Weight: 1/2 per pair: 15.8 oz / 448 g

  • ASIN: B002LH42AY
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches; 14.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 32006/201
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,663 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Work-a-day Joe on February 10, 2014
    Color Name: Grey/BrownSize Name: 42.5 M EU / 9.5 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    I have only had these for about 6-7 months, and, I do use them a lot. in fact, they're my go-to shoe for just about everything except the office or the gym. Whether I'm hitting the streets for errands, day trips, or trails for hikes and longer treks, I wear these. However, I still expect that the lining should not develop tears after only 6 months. These ones are tearing open right where the anchor stitch for the heel loop (a must for outdoorsy shoes), comes through the interior lining. I always wear socks (Smartwools, of course), but I now worry that the lining is not going to hold together long enough to let the rest of the shoe prove its worth. Who knows? Perhaps with the aid of the Smarties, I won't need to care, but I suppose I'd like not to see little things go when the main components seem to hold on. It seems inefficient, like worrying that your car won't make it to 50K miles because the sideview mirrors fell off at 48K. Otherwise, they've been good to me. But perhaps I should stick to my perennial favs- Asolo.
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    By Don H. on October 22, 2014
    Color Name: Grey/BrownSize Name: 46 M EU / 12 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    Poor fit, my toes continually felt cramped and hurt after wearing, well past the break-in period. They definitely have a small constrictive toe box, when compared to other top-line competitors I wear- Timberland, Hi-Tec, Oboz, and Tecnica. After struggling with comfort and occasional normal use, the @ past 2 years, I can no longer wear them. Extremely disappointed, expected better quality and fit from a manufacturer like Scarpa.
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    0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jsyxdd on January 1, 2014
    Color Name: Grey/BrownSize Name: 41 M EU / 8 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    Shoes quality is very good,According to the size to buy, but there is a little big,Buy time to pay attention to the later
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    Verified Purchase
    I wanted to tell you what I know about this make and model of shoe since it helps buyers choose a size. I have a low volume woman's foot (kinda skinny, also not "thick" top to sole) but I have a mild-moderate bunion so need width in the forefoot. The shoe I have, women's, is too small but I am wearing it as I await my men's pair just bought here.

    My foot measures as a woman's 10 on measuring apparatus. But I have full length orthotics (graphite, hard ones) and I wear an additional Tulli's Heel Cup in the heel which takes up more volume and perhaps a little length. My current shoes are "woman's" (Not sure if there are different lasts for men vs women but I suspect they are the exact same shoe) of THIS shoe size 42.5 which at least Amazon says is a woman's 10.5 rather than the 11 I thought it was. The shoe is FOOT SHAPED, which I love. It gives ample room -nice rounded/wide forefoot on the shoe...for the toes, bunions, neuromas...the toes can spread out enough so that it is good for your use of your intrinsic foot muscles (helps keep your foot strong even in shoes). But this size is too small for me, The widest part of my foot is too far to the toe end of the shoe and does not lie where the widest part of the shoe is. So I needed a bigger size

    I've been taking 10.5 in woman's shoes but am finding with many athletic shoes I need 11. Well, in this brand and model, the biggest woman's size is 42.5 European, which is only 10.5 US. women's they say here. Yet, so oddly, when I go look at this men's shoe which FYI looks identical, the 42.5 is a men's 9.5. Hmm...that' s only one size difference between women and men's sizing and that is incorrect so something about the sizing is amiss or unusual.
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