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SCARPA Kinesis Pro GTX Hiking Boots

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SCARPA built the Kinesis Pro GTX men's hiking boot for hikers and backpackers who want top-of-the-line comfort and unmatched durability out of their boots. Built using full-grain leather and bolstered by a GORE-TEX performance comfort lining, these fully waterproof hiking boots are SCARPA's premier option for long treks, thru-hikes, or anything that takes you into rugged terrain. With a Vibram outsole, you can trust your footing on the occasional ridge scramble while the multi-density midsole keeps you from feeling the sharp rocks underfoot. The upper is crafted from durable nubuck leather that offers unmatched abrasion resistance and longevity while the built-in, full rubber rand offers protection where you need it most. Topped off with the ACTIVfit system that reduces boot break-in time, the SCARPA Kinesis is one trail boot that is fully dedicated to keeping you on the move.


  • A full-grain leather hiking and backpacking boot that will withstand years of abuse on the trail
  • Mid-height cuff protects you from twisted and rolled ankles
  • Burly multi-density midsole and comfortable insole offer extra support for long days on the trail
  • GORE-TEX Performance lining is guaranteed waterproof
  • ACTIVimpact helps to reduce ground impact on your joints
  • Micro-pulley hardware makes lacing a breeze
  • Vibram rubber gives you footing you can trust when things get steep


  • Gender: Men's
  • Upper Material: 2.4mm Smoothout Leather
  • Lining: GORE-TEX Performance Comfort
  • Insole: Activ Plus
  • Midsole: 2D PU
  • Outsole: Vibram Biometric/XS Trek
  • Cuff: Mid Height
  • Closure: Lace
  • Rand: Full
  • Weight: 1 lbs 14 oz (1/2 pair size 42)


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