Scarpa Barun GORE-TEX

Priced: $190.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 6 reviews.
Scarpa Barun GORE-TEX
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Color: Stone / Mangrove
Stone / Mangrove
Stone / Mangrove
Stone / Mangrove
Stone / Mangrove
Stone / Mangrove
Stone / Mangrove
Stone / Mangrove
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The lightest of its class for SCARPA, this boot is built for rugged terrain without any unnecessary weight.
Nubuck/suede upper.
GORE-TEX® lining for waterproof protection and breathability.
Performance-flex midsole offers cushioning and comfort.
Bi-directional ankle flex.
Easily tensioned lacing system.
Rubber toe rand for critical protection.
Vibram® Megane Lite outsole for traction on all types of terrain.
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Circumference:12 1⁄2 in
Shaft:7 in
Weight:1 lb 12 oz

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Scarpa Barun GORE-TEX Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I'm a lady in my fifties living in Colorado. This is my year to start serious hiking again. I loved the color of these boots. I got a pair for my husband so I knew their quality. I decided to try a pair. I wasn't sure if the men's would be too large. I got what would be equal to a women's size 10. They were incredibly comfortable the first day! Maybe I am unique as I saw no other women's reviews. They aren't too heavy, but have great support! No break in time ~ just like another reviewer stated. The stone & mangrove color looks great. They are true to the color on the site. The size was true. I am BEYOND PLEASED with these Scarpa boots. They are worth the price and should see me backpacking again this summer and out on Colorado trails and in the Tetons by July. You'll love them!
Lesley B at on 06/11/2009
The service was more than I expected. My order arrived at exactly the time and day described (next day). The boots fit well and are also more than I expected: comfortable and lend great support to my weak ankles. Little to no break-in period was needed. Normally I use an ankle brace with all of my other shoes/boots but, it is not needed when I wear my Scarpa Boots.\r\n I would definitely recommend your service and the Scarpa Barun GTX boots to anyone and everyone. I hope to do more business with you in the future. \r\nSiempre, Arnold Guadalupe
Arnold G at on 10/03/2009
Very comfortable for hiking, mountaineering and walking on rough, rocky ground. I have serious foot deformities and problems (diabetes, charcot foot, neuropathy, arthritis) and needed something with a rigid rocker sole, extreme comfort, no blisters, no break in. The podiatrist recommended, orthopedic footwear, it was more expensive, not as well made and meant for old decrepit folks who don't hike. (Smooth sole). The rocker sole takes a little getting used to for most people, but really supports and cushions the foot and ankle on rough terrain. Backpacker magazine recommends it highly. It is expensive, but well made.
Lois A at on 05/31/2009
Good Boot - Never thought I'd do this, but... bought this boot on a Friday for a Monday trip to Zion in Utah. Wore it all weekend, but when I strapped it on for the summit to Angels Landing, I was more than pleasantly surprised. Comfortable day one... two... three... and on. No rub, no nothing. Just a really comfortable boot. Scarpa is in my sights from now on. My favorite part… 11 2/3" size. Where else can you get that?
Thad at on 08/18/2008
Philmont - 90+ miles over New Mexico rocky backcountry mountain trails, 10-12 miles a day, and not a single blister. The advice from your hiking boot specialist was excellent.
Wetware at on 07/26/2009

Neutral Reviews:

Sadly, after reading many great reviews about these Scarpa Barun boots. I have two giant and bleeding blisters on both heels to show for a 3 mile uphill hike with a 25 lb. pack and Smartwool socks. I wanted to love these boots. They felt perfect and right at the store and all day at work. So I figured they would be good to go for a short break-in hike. The moral of the story is, good fit at the store or around town does not mean any pain in real outdoor rough terrain. Luckily I should be able to return them for a full refund. Only question I have is, should I try to get past this bad experience and tough it out? Or is that just wishful thinking?
Ethan at on 03/26/2010