A mid-height hill walking and rambling boot with a classic design.
- Firm grip
- 100% Waterproof
- Carbon Rubber sole
Perfect for highland or lowland walking and rambling, the 100% Waterproof Women's Hi-Tec Scafell Boots give you a firm grip on a variety of terrains, making them an ideal entry level walking boot.
Waterproof and supportive the Scafell also benefit from a tough steel shank as well as an inbuilt breathable EVA heel insert, fantastic at coping with differing climates from a slippy rockface to hot walking conditions.
With a standard lace uo design, the Scafell offer a secure fit, and have plenty of room for flexibility and general day to day swelling as well as your favourite thick hiking socks. The tough carbon rubber sole ensures that the Scafell rivals more expensive walking boots for durability.
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|Weight Per Pair (g):
||EVA Heel Insert
||Shock absorbing cushioned midsole
||Soft, for low level walks on defined trials
||Standard Lace Up
||B0 - not suitable for crampons
|Ideal Crampon Rating:
||Not Crampon Compatible
Good boots but don't last long, 07 March 2013
Bought these for a walking holiday last September really comfortable, I use them most days for walking the dogs but the soles have worn out and they now leak so they only last 6 months.
Shame, do I buy the same or go for more expensive ones that might last???
Love the Boots, 09 November 2012
By Sheffielder (Sheffield)
Excellent boots. Good value for money. I have walked dogs for many years and never had a pair of walking boots. This is my first pair and I am very pleased with them. For the first time ever my socks stay dry as the boots are waterproof. They are comfortable and make for an easy walk over rough ground and through muddy patches. I love these boots and have done so since the first walk we did together.
Not waterproof, 08 October 2012
By Waterproof (wf4 2na)
Same comments as others have made, the boots are very comfortable, but mine were not waterproof. Unfortunately as I was past the 28 days (but within 3 months) Go Outdoors would not give me a refund, even though the boot is sold as waterproof yet is not (there was an obvious slight split between the boot and sole). I had suspected the boots weren't waterproof from outset, but waited until I could see where the problem lay - be warned, if it happens to you, take them back immediately!