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  • Vibram® Spyder II outsoles offer great stick without picking up pebbles and gravel
  • Leather uppers with abrasion-resistant, polyurethane-injected reinforcements
  • Sock-Fit DV system delivers the feel of a running shoe and the sensitivity of an approach shoe
  • Injected EVA midsoles provide support and comfort
  • Rubber toe rands give you protection from obstacles on and off the trail


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Best Use Multisport
Upper Suede leather/recycled polyester air-mesh
Lining Cocona fabric
Midsole Injected EVA
Outsole Vibram Spyder II rubber
Footwear Height Ankle
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 2 lb. 2 oz.
Gender Men's

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Sizing notes

Rock Shoes: Scarpa recommends you downsize 1/2 to 2 full sizes from street shoe size, though downsizing depends on shoe model, intended use and personal preference. Mountaineering: Scarpa recommends you upsize 1/2 size or more depending on desired fit. Scarpa plastic mountaineering boots are based on the UK sizing scale. Ski Boots: All Scarpa ski bootsare measured in Mondo sizing.Highlighted (or not) sizes share the same shell size; the liners are lasted for each 1/2 size. Some skiers may want to downsize up to 1 full Mondo size, depending upon personal preference.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow! I love this brand! This is my first pair of Scarpa. I have had four surgeries on my ankles and do best with a shoe that provides excellent lateral support as well as good arch support. These are the best quality casual/hiking shoes I have ever owned. They are both comfortable and fit nicely without being too tight. I am a 10.5 US, and got a 44. Perfect. I'm going to watching for sales on this brand like a hungry vulture on the prairie. I highly recommend spending the extra on this brand. Otherwise you will go through three pairs of sub-quality shoes and spend more in the long run.
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great hiker I was looking for a replacement for my old Asolo boots that always gave me heel blisters. Tried on a variety of different of hiking, approach, and trail running shoes and went with the Zen Pro due to the comfort, wide toe box, and stability. Broke them in a bit over a couple weeks then went on a trip that featured a 6 mile, 2K foot vertical up and down hike with a 40+ pound pack (I'm 6 foot, 190 lbs). These shoes performed wonderfully. Wore a single pair of medium wool socks and had no foot issues at all. The very sturdy toe and wide footbed provided ample protection and stability over rough terrain (trails with dirt and granite scree). Only minor issue was cosmetic, where the fabric on the top inside lip wore out quickly, not sure why.
Date published: 2016-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid hiker So have had these for about 3 months now, almost to four. Haven't done any long hikes in them yet, but have done a few climbing trips, and been wearing them around town and for a few easy bouldering routes at the gym. First, sizing. I went with about street shoe size equivalent, and fit is great. There is definitely a bit of a break in period - when I first got them, they were pretty tight with some room in the toes. Wearing with thick socks at first was a bit rough, but have stretched nicely and conformed to my foot very well. But there is definitely a break in period. Its been all winter trips so far, lots of time in 20-30 degrees in snow and ice. Kept my feet plenty warm; its starting to get warmer and even did a couple mile jog in them at about 65 degrees outside, they still felt fine, so looking forward to trying these more in the summer. They are on the thick side, but still breathe pretty well, and have handled the aforementioned snow and associated wetness very well. That huge rubber rand probably helps with the water. They're pretty comfortable; again haven't done a long hike yet but putting miles in them with a 30+ pound pack was no big deal, my feet felt fine afterwards. Scrambling performance has been great, climbing performance eh. They handled v0+ outside and v2 at the gym well enough. I messed around on some easy friction climbs, they were alright for that too. I don't have 5.10 guide tennies, but they're noticeably thicker than the ones I've seen, so guessing and judging by reviews, probably not getting the same climbing performance as some other shoes. This doesn't bother me much, and if reviews are correct they're also supposed to be much more durable, so it's a trade off I'm willing to make. And considering they still look brand new, I'm hoping they'll last a long time. The weight is fine for me, I brought them up a few pitches just clipped to my harness and didn't notice them at all, but that was with a trad rack. They might be more noticeable if I were doing like sport climbing or something. Overall, loving the shoe, and they look good too. Would definitely recommend if you're looking for durability, comfort, and hiking/scrambling performance, at the trade off of climbing performance.
Date published: 2016-02-26
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