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Scarpa Men's Crux Approach Shoes

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Scarpa Men's Crux Approach Shoes

When you need surefooted stability, the Men's Scarpa Crux Approach Shoes have you covered every step of the way. Whether heading out on a day hike, or doing some scrambling and light climbing, these shoes can handle it. With lacing that extends to the toes, its easy to cinch them up for the perfect fit, while the Kevlar webbing secures your forefoot and the rubber toe rands give you extra traction when you stick your toes in a crack.

  • Upper: Suede recycled polyester airmesh
  • Lining: Recycled polyester
  • Lacing that extends far down towards the toes for a precise fit
  • Kevlar webbing secures your forefeet
  • Midsole: Microporous EVA
  • Outsole: Vibram vertical approach
  • Rubber toe rands
  • Last: BF
  • Weight (1/2 pair size 42): 394 g, 13.9 oz

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5 Star Rating

Reviews - Scarpa Men's Crux Approach Shoes

5 Stars derfty - 2012-05-10

Shoes that feel good
I just bought these shoes. I was looking for a lightweight, supportive low hiking shoe and these look like they will fill the need. My old low hikers were heavy and rigid, and they never felt comfortable. When I put the Scarpa Crux on for the first time, they just felt good. So I kept them on just to see if the fit and feel would change or not. They remained comfortable. I have not hiked in them yet, but do not anticipate any problems. So I am satisfied.



4 Stars Kitclimber - 2012-09-08

Scarpa means shoe
This approach shoe is soft like a moccasin and, because it is leather, conforming to the foot, but it has a sturdy sole for rocks on the trails around here. I have backpacked in my pair and found no problem (although I go with a 20-pound pack). The only reservation is the grommets in the top eyelets. They popped out. This design flaw can be overcome, however, by looping the laces through the top two eyelets and pulling tight on the loop.



 
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