Scarpa Terra GTX Hiking Boot - Men's

Rain or shine, these boots are ready to go.

It’s muddy out there, and you’ve got ten miles to go before you can give your dogs a rest, so it's a good thing that you laced up your Scarpa Terra GTX Hiking Boots; built tough with a waterproof breathable Gore-Tex membrane, the Terras also feature burly leather uppers that can stand up to a beating ... or ten.

  • Gore-Tex waterproof and breathable membranes keeps your feet dry through wet and muddy conditions and allows sweat and moisture to escape
  • PU midsole offers stability and natural support underfoot
  • Vibram Energy outsole maintains traction on a variety of surfaces
  • Bi-directional ankle flex provides support without sacrificing range of motion
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Good Overall Moderate Use Boot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I had my last pair for over 5 yrs now. They fit very comfortably and breath well. I use them about 1-2 time per month for a weekend and have been on several backpacking trips with the BSA on the AT and several state and national parks. They need semi-routine maintenance (cleaning and I do waterproof them routinely), but nothing has caused an issue for me on any of the trips. I bought the second pair since they were on sale and hope to continue to get more mileage out of my existing pair.

Not very durable.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 11

These boots fit great and required zero break in time. They look pretty sharp, too. However, they will not stand up to serious use. I put these on in June, and wore them out by October. I wore them pretty much every day working trails and walked between 4-8 miles per day. I acknowledge that my needs are perhaps beyond what I should expect from this boot, but I expected a bit more from Scarpa.
The leather seems too soft to hold up to mountain use; I blew a hole in the toe of the "burly leather uppers" of one boot in less than 3 months. The sole seems soft, and getting softer, and the ankle support if pretty minimal. These would be good superlight hikers or around-town boots, but I don't believe they are for Rocky Mountain duty.

Unanswered Question

i wear a US 10.5/43.5 EU, on backcountry, they dont have this size. Are these boots cut big since there are in EU sizes? could i wear a 10/43 you think?

Wish this came in half sizes

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 43

This looks like a great boot but I'm sad Scarpa doesn't seem to make half sizes. I wear a US 9.5, and I've gotten a EU 42.5 in other boots (which worked best for me). The 42 was too small. I loved the boot so much, I tried to make a 43 work with inserts and extra socks, but it was too big and made my knees hurt. My husband loves his Scarpa boots and I really wish I could find a size that would work for me. The 43 was kind of wonderful until day 2 when my knees started killing me. Took off the boots and knee problems vanished. But if you can get a size that works for you, seems like a good boot. Very attractive and light weight for summer hiking.

A great boot all around.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I've used this boot on everything from snowy hiking trails to the summit of Katahdin. Works great, wears great, and feels great. I would definitely recommend this for anyone looking for a mid-level hiking boot.

I wear a US men's size 10 (EU 43), and it...

I wear a US men's size 10 (EU 43), and it looks like the smallest size available right now is a EU 45. Are more of these on order in smaller sizes?

Josp,



As of right now we unfortunately don't have any sizes on order but that can change any day. Check back in with us every now and then.



Jared D.

Gearhead

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