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SCARPA Golden Gate ATR GTX Running Shoes - Men's

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Puddle Paths and Slick Sidewalks

SCARPA's Golden Gate series of versatile running shoes handle town and trail terrain, and the Men's Golden Gate ATR GTX is the only shoe in that collection with waterproof, breathable protection. It has the durable, reliable waterproof protection that you'd expect from GORE-TEX, and it's all the more breathable and lighter thanks to GORE-TEX's new Invisible Fit technology. You can also expect a better fit and greater flexibility than you would out of other waterproof running shoes. SCARPA laminated this stellar waterproof, breathable protection to an upper that combines breathable mesh, durable micro nubuck, and stable PU overlays for an incredible fit and feel. Underfoot, the PU insole provides a custom feel while the 2D EVA midsole maintains proper shock attenuation and cushioning for pavement, gravel roads, and groomed single trails. SCARPA's PRESA sole uses SuperGum rubber for solid grip and extra cushioning.


  • Versatile running shoe for town and trail backed by GORE-TEX Invisible Fit waterproof, breathable protection
  • GORE-TEX Invisible Fit is more breathable, flexible, and lighter than other GORE-TEX waterproof, breathable alternatives
  • EXO frame upper feels sturdy, stable, durable, and well-ventilated
  • Sock-Fit System ensures a snug fit that stays in place from first step to last
  • 2D EVA midsole maintains proper shock attenuation, and PU insole provides a custom-life fit
  • PRESA outsole uses softer SuperGum rubber compound for a greater grip and comfy cushioning


  • Weight Reference: 290g; 10.2oz (1/2 pair size 42)
  • Upper: Mesh/PU Film/Micro-nubuck
  • Lining: GORE-TEX Invisible Fit
  • Insole: Contoured PU
  • Midsole: 2D EVA
  • Outsole: PRESA TRN-02 / SuperGum
  • Drop: 4mm
  • Last: ATR
  • Cushion: Moderate


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