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SCARPA Women's Rush Mid GTX Hiking Boot - Used

MSRP: $198.95
Was: $198.95
Now: $142.96
(You save $55.99 )
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A Boot Built Like A Trail Running Shoe

The SCARPA Women's Rush Mid GTX has the stable support you'd expect out of a mid-height hiking boot, and it has the heart of a trail running shoe to help you move more efficiently. SCARPA rockered the sole's profile to quicken heel-to-toe transitions that help you fast-hike effortlessly. GORE-TEX gives reliable waterproof protection in wet, muddy conditions, and Extended Comfort's enhanced breathability keeps your foot comfy in warmer, dry weather. The bottom of the sole features grippy Super Gum rubber wherever there's ground contact, while the remaining areas use concave, flexible impact absorbers to take the shock off your knees. A TPU footbed works with the cushy 3D EVA midsole to maintain cushioning and stable support for long trails.


  • 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: 370 g; 13.1 oz (1/2 pair size 38)
  • Gender: Women's

Type: Return

Condition:  4 of 5 - This item was returned to our shop in new/lightly used condition without tags.


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