Scarpa Proton Lady GTX


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Women's waterproof running shoe

The Scarpa Proton Lady GTX is a waterproof trail shoe suitable for running and fast hiking. The drop of the shoe from heel to forefoot is 10mm which allows for a signifcant amount of cushioning. This makes the Proton lady GTX suitable for long distance trail running. It is also proving popular for women wanting a fast and light shoe for challenge walks where they want to keep their feet dry.

The outsole is Vibram Genesis and is suitable for hard-surface off-road situations such as coastal paths and forest trails etc rather than steep mud or grass.

  • Drop: 10mm
  • Midsole: Dual Density EVA
  • Upper: Synthetic Leather and Polyester mesh
  • Waterproof lining: Extended Comfort Gore-Tex
  • Sole: Vibram Genesis
  • Weight: 602g per pair (size 38)


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