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SCARPA Rush Mid GTX Hiking Boots - Men's

MSRP: $198.95
Was: $198.95
Now: $99.44
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Hikers in a Hurry

The SCARPA Men's Rush Mid GTX Hiking Boot combines the swift agility of a trail running shoe with the mid-cuff support you'd expect out of a hiking boot. Intended for day hikes and multi-day adventures in any weather condition, the Rush Mid GTX features GORE-TEX Extended Comfort waterproof, breathable protection to fend off wet weather and feel comfortable in dryer conditions. Underfoot, a plethora of concave shock-absorbing units and SCARPA's ActivImpact technology take the pain off your knees when you're hiking with a heavy backpack. PRESA's Free-dome outsole has a rockered profile to promote quick heel-to-toe transitions, and its softer Super Gum rubber enhances traction all over the mountain.


  • Hiking boot encourages a swift stride on day hikes and lightweight overnighters
  • GORE-TEX Extended Comfort ensures waterproof protection and enhanced breathability
  • Sock-Fit System uses elastic panels to provide a snug, secure fit
  • ActivImpact Technology absorbs ground shock to reduce stress on the lower limbs
  • Interactive Kinetic System pairs Super Gum rubber panels with concave impact absorbers for the ultimate in traction and flexibility
  • DTS TPU Frame insole and 3D EVA midsole attenuate shock and customize cushioning
  • PRESA Free-dome outsole has a rockered profile to provide a quicker heel-to-toe similar to running shoes


  • Upper Material: Fabric, Welded PU
  • Lining: GORE-TEX Extended Comfort
  • Insole: DTS TPU Frame
  • Midsole: 3D EVA-CM
  • Outsole: PRESA Free-Dome with Super Gum
  • Cuff Height: Mid
  • Closure: Lace
  • Weight: 455 g; 16 oz (1/2 pair size 42)
  • Gender: Men's


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