Scarpa Ranger Activ-Lite GTX Lady


RRP: £160.00
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Ladies leather walking boot

The Scarpa Ranger has been around for a long time in various guises which is a tribute to the boots appropriateness, quality, fit and appeal for country and hill walkers and ramblers.

So what's so different about the Scarpa Ranger 2 GTX Activ Lite Wmn or Scarpa Ranger Lite GTX Lady (depending on whether you look at the Scarpa UK website or what appears on the box)?
The key thing is that they are 10% lighter.  This has been achieved by using thinner leather and a lighter sole unit. Whilst the sole is lighter it still has the same tread depth as previous models so there should be no compromises in longevity.

The Ranger Lady still incorporates Scarpa’s Activ Fit technology which makes the Ranger feel really luxurious at all times. The female specific fit is provided by the Scarpa LBE last which has a more slender heal and broader fore-foot than Scarpa's classic BD last. Scarpa have also removed all stitching from the inside of the cuff for added comfort.

  • 1170g
  • Vibram Kalden Sole
  • LBE Last
  • Calf Leather Upper
  • Gore Tex Lining
  • Hi-Flex Mid Sole
  • Viscoflex Activ Fit Insole


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