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SCARPA Rush GTX Shoes - Men's

MSRP: $198.95
Was: $198.95
Now: $99.94
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Hikers and Runners

The SCARPA Men's Rush GTX Shoe categorizes as a trail running shoe and a hiking shoe depending on how fast you want to tackle the trail. Out of SCARPA's massive collection of Rush footwear, this shoe is the only low-top option with GORE-TEX waterproof, breathable protection. It's as agile as a trail running shoe, combined with the stable support you'd expect from a hiking shoe. The PRESA Free-Dome outsole has a rockered profile that encourages a swift gait. The sole is a combination of SCARPA's PRESA Super Gum rubber and concave impact zones for traction and extra cushioning where needed. A Dynamic Stabilizer Torsion frame offers rearfoot stability and enough torsional stability for overnight treks.


  • Light, waterproof shoe designed for high-mileage trail runs and day hikes
  • GORE-TEX Extended Comfort waterproof protection with enhanced breathability
  • PRESA Free-dome IKS outsole with Super Gum rubber and enhanced rocker for dynamic agility and reliable traction
  • Interactive Kinetic System places Super Gum rubber and concave impact zones in key areas to assure proper traction and extra cushioning
  • Sock-Fit System uses stretch fabric in the tongue to give gentle support, less bulk, and a solid fit
  • Dynamic Stabilizer Torsion frame tightens rearfoot stability and torsion control
  • Dual-density EVA midsole with TPU heel for comfortable cushioning and stable support
  • PU reinforcements and reinforced toe box ensure long-lasting durability


  • Weight Reference: 400g; 14.1oz. (1/2 size 42)
  • Upper: Fabric / TPU / Micro-nubuck
  • Lining: GORE-TEX Extended Comfort
  • Insole: DTS TPU Frame
  • Midsole: 3D EVA-CM
  • Outsole: PRESA Free-Dome IKS / Super Gum
  • Drop: 8mm
  • Last: SHC


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