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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 May 2020
Bought for my husband to replace a pair of worn but much liked Scarpa Terra's.

The box is full of boasts from the manufacturer about how great the footwear is and that no breaking in is required. First impression and the design is more akin to a walking boot style trainer than a traditional leather walking boot (like the Terra's). The boots are actually quite narrow and come in sharply at the toe. After a couple of days moderate walking on hard surface, gravel and grass developed a severe rub on the inside right heel and a nasty blister.

They have now been relegated for shopping trips and short walks around town and the Scarpa's resurrected from the garage.

The build quality also looks suspect and some of the seams don't appear very robust or could take much punishment. So very poor quality for the price - if you want a pseudo leather hiking boot then Hi-Tec or Karrimor do them much cheaper, conversely if you want the real thing spend a little more and get a Scarpa or similar.
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