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Moraine Plus Mid GTX Wmn's Boot

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The durable Scarpa Moraine Plus MID GTX shoes from Scarpa will hug your ankle for support, making them a reliable and dependable option to accompany you on your outdoor adventures.

The Upper is made from a combination of full grain nubuck leather for durability and polyester mesh for breathability. This boot also features a waterproof Gore-tex liner which will keep your feet dry, while also allowing your feet to breathe. The padding on the Moraine Plus Mid was designed specifically for a woman’s foot, so it provides the cushioning and support you’ll need on your hikes. This boot also features a rubber toe cap, that will protect your feet from impact from any obstacles along the way.  

The dual density EVA midsole will absorb impact, and the Vibram sole will cushion the sole of your foot, while also being lightweight, and stable. The mid cut design of the Moraine Plus Mid GTX will hug your ankle securely while going up steep trails and provide you with that extra stability when you need it most – making it a great option for both hiking and bushwalking.

  • Made from full grain nubuck leather and polyester mesh
  • Rubber toe protects toes from impact
  • Women’s specific padding
  • Lightweight and stable Vibram rubber sole
  • Dual density EVA midsole to absorb impact, and cushion the soles of your feet
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Mid Cut
True To Size
Nubuck Leather
GORE-TEX® Extended Comfort
Dual Density EVA | Arch Support
Vibram® Dynatech 3
0.84 Kg
Suggested Use:
1 Year

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