SCARPA TREK GTX HIKING BOOT REVIEW
Reviews aren't my forte, but I thought I would write this one for the normal everyday walkers like me. Walkers who may not cover vast distances or scale dizzy heights, but never the less like a decent pair of boots on their feet. I would also like to point out this review is being written nearly five months after purchase and not when the boots are fresh out of the box. I walk every day and on checking my exercise tracker my new(ish) boots have clocked up four hundred and seventy miles since I bought them in October 2021. Certainly enough time to form a decent opinion I would say.
Update. - So it's taken nearly six months of constant use before I had anything negative to say about these boots and even then it's only a minor point in that one of the original laces failed. This came about when the outer beading unraveled itself rendering the lace useless. I say its only a minor point but at the same time if you spent £220 on a pair of shoes and the laces failed after six months you'd probably be a bit miffed. Something for Mr Scarpa to think about maybe. As it is I replaced the original laces with a leather pair which was an altogether better idea. Should you find yourself in a same position the replacement laces need to be at least 120cm long.