These are great for walking the dog at this time of year - and they look good with jeans too!!!
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Product code: 15897461 / 212040
Great everyday shoes which mix casual style with technical performance.GORE-TEX® TechnologiesThe Scarpa Mojito GTX features the same Spyder sole unit, suede upper and rubber toe rand as their 'normal' Mojito shoe, but with and added GORE-TEX membrane for those times when the weather turns British!
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Take your actual body measurements as they are more accurate than measuring over your clothes or shoes.
Feet: Use a ruler or tape measure to measure your foot (from the heel to the tip of your longest toe) Be sure to measure both feet.
Many people have feet of different sizes. Fit to the larger of the two.
Remember, feet can expand over a quarter size during a full day's walk so ensure you get the right fit.
These are great for walking the dog at this time of year - and they look good with jeans too!!!
Scarpa’s usual fit, great fit from the get go.
Today I bought my second pair. The previous pair which are showing signs of hard wear but still serviceable are about 4 ears old. I've given them a serious bashing and they have been absolutely brilliant. If the new pair are half as good I will be very pleased (again).
Very well made as I would expect from Scarpa. However, the sole is thin and I found you feel everything through it. I quickly became sore after only twenty minutes of pavement. Sadly, I'll be exchanging for something else. They look fabulous.
I’ve worn these between 5-7 days a week for over two years and they are still in good shape. I’ve had several other approach shoes from leading brands but these by far, are the best and most durable. There are more technical shoes available for more difficult approaches but for 90% of my day to day requirements, these are fantastic. When these eventually need changed, I’m buying another pair!
on my second pair - comfortable and waterproof. I did Country walking magazine 1000 mile challenge in them 2 years ago and only now worn out! Finding decent shoes is so hard so disappointed I cant get a set in my size at the moment.
A few reviews on here saying that the soles wore out too quickly. I would echo that. Didn't have mine all that long and the soles had worn through to nothing. They look good but I wouldn't recommend and I won't be buying scarpa stuff again. Oh and the soles at the front were so thin I could feel small stones through the sole far too much.
So I'd been looking for a new pair of approach shoes for several months after wearing out my Scarpa Crux. I'd previously ignored the mojitos, however after trying pretty much every other brand I decided to give them a go as I'd seen them online for less than £100 and knew GO would price match. These shoes are so comfortable (after a week of wearing in to soften them up) I wished I'd got them sooner! Still, as I managed to get them at a bargain price (after the price match around the same price as the fresh version) I've managed to forgive myself.
Really comfortable shoes, uppers are hardwearing & clean up nicely. Waterproofing is also great. I've had the shoes just over a year now & the heal portion of the sole is showing a lot of wear, disappointing imho considering the purchase price. I'm unlikely to buy another pair of Scarpa's because of this & couldn't really recommend them even though they're so comfortable.
I purchased a pair of Scarpa Mojito's GTX'S after having 2 pairs of Merrell Moabs. Finding that the American company that took over Merrell they gave me the feeling the size didn't quite feel right somehow !.
I've worn my Mojitos on the same terrain as my Moabs but sadly they have worn out in half the time and under half the mileage. I sent them back to Scarpa thinking there was a fault with the Vibram sole ( which incidentally worked perfectly on my Moabs) but I was shrugged off suggesting it was my high instep causing the wear. I've already said they did half the distance/time but I wasn't listened to!.
I'm now sporting a brand new pair of Merrell Sedona Gore-tex and now my feet feel they have come home!.
The Scarpa Mojito's are comfy, look good and lace great , which is were the two stars comes from otherwise it would be blank! Very disappointed!
The staff at Go-Outdoors Sheffield are all fabulous and helpful as always. Big thanks to them.
I agree with all the other reviews here, these shoes, (my second pair) are the most comfortable walking kit I've ever owned. Completely waterproof and just like tailored slippers. My first pair I've had over 2 years and look hardly worn, I had to buy the second pair because as one gets older your feet spread so I went up a half size. I love the lace right down to the toes feature. When I visited the Oxford Go I was ably advised by Mike (in footwear) who patiently fitted new laces to my old pair.and was generally excellent. Please tell Scarpa to keep making them!
I bought a pair by chance, I was really looking to buy a pair of Haglöf Vertigo but the store was out of stock. I had the London Bridges walk for diabetes the following day so couldn't wait.
From the moment I put them on they were like slippers, no breaking in required. Did 14 miles in them the following day and not a mark on my feet at all!
Have waited 6 months before writing review as wanted to see how they lasted? They are worn everyday and have been through everything with camping and cove walking in West Cork. They don't let the wet in so your feet stay dry and warm in the cold but remarkably dry and cool in warmer weather. As a bit of a bonus they also don't look bad with a pair of jeans for the pub afterward.
They have clocked up some miles now and there is hardly any wear on the sole!!!!
I highly recommend them *****
Purchased these recently and found them to be excellent.
They seem pretty robust and are well made.
Initially they felt very stiff, and have taken a bit of time to break in but are now as comfortable as a slipper. They can be adjusted to suit your feet by adjusting the laces which is worth taking the time to do. The sole unit and stitching and waterproofing appear to be lasting well. With careful looking after I can see them lasting a good few years yet. I'm a size 11 and the size 11 is a perfect fit.
These are brilliant, I use them both for everyday use as a trainer and also for spring summer and autumn walking when the ground is not too muddy, waterproofing is good and the sole is staying on after nearly 12 months heavy wear. Worth the money.
The Mojito GTX are wonderful. They are so comfortable and yet sturdy enough to last for years. Having owned two pairs of Scarpa Ranger II GTX boots, but more recently walked in Merrell Chameleon Wrap Slams, I was initially surprised by how stiff underfoot the Mojitos were. I do a lot of walking but I'm a very solid build, and think heavier folk like myself might find more cushioned shoes better for purposeful walking. I initially decided to keep them as lifestyle shoes and bought a pair of Scarpa Vortex XCR for exercise. Ironically, the Mojitos now feel like slippers after a few wears, whilst the Vortex feel looser than all other Scarpa size 46 I’ve owned, are not massively more cushioned, and will need thicker footbeds. So if you think they feel stiff underfoot, let them break in over a few wears. I love the colour of the Mojito GTX, and would love more pairs in other colours. I got a brilliant pricematch, making them not dissimilar to the non-waterproof models, and you have to ask whether waterproofing is necessary or remotely beneficial in such a low profile shoe! You wouldn’t head out in them in heavy rain! These will be my casual shoe of the summer!
I bought these having tried on just about every make you can think of. I was looking for a walking shoe that could also be worn as a casual shoe. I am a size 10 in normal shoes but 11s in everything else was just too small. The size 11 in these fit like a glove. The lacing system allows you to tighten the shoe where it needs it and loosen it where required to. Just the best fit I have ever had in any shoe. I am on the wrong side of 50 and even my wife likes these having disliked most of the other makes. They look just as good with jeans as they do with walking trousers. These are a bit pricey but I will definitely get my monies worth out of them.
I have always struggled with walking shoes as I have quite wide feet, but with the laces going all the way to the toe end on these you can adjust the width of the shoe all the way down, they are extremely well made and comfortable under foot, I have now found my shoe of choice and will have many miles of painless walking to look forward to.
I must admit that I bought these initially because I like their style; with the laces going all the way to the toe. I also like the colour and the build quality.
Having had them for a while I find that they are very comfortable, waterproof and tough. The laces going all the way to the toe allow you to adjust the tightness all the way down the foot. I have a very sensitive toe joint on one foot, and they allow me to keep the shoe loose in that area, and tight everywhere else.
The Gortex inner allows your feet to breath, and so they don't get too hot.
I wear them mostly casually, and they get a lot of complimentary comments from others about their style.
I have used them for walking and they are very comfortable, whilst protecting your feet with their clever sole. They almost make my boots redundant.
They are my favourite shoes right now.
The only slight issue is that the sizing is not normal, apparently due to them being Italian sizes (whatever that means), so be careful if you are ordering them on line. I went into the shop and just tried on sizes until one fitted., and they are fine.
On my 2nd pair in three years. They are comfortable, hard wearing, waterproof , and they have also survived a few very wet welsh winters on the mountains. Could do with a range of colours though. Bang tidy!
Very pleased so far, but haven't given them serious abuse. Very comfortable, and a refreshing change in look after so many hotch-potch designs mixing fabric and leather all over the place. They feel like they will last a while.