Great deal on Scarpa shoes -  [Scarpa] Scarpa Aspen GTX Mens Lifestyle Shoes - £80 @ OutdoorGB
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Great deal on Scarpa shoes - [Scarpa] Scarpa Aspen GTX Mens Lifestyle Shoes - £80 @ OutdoorGB

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Posted 31st Jul
Thought this was a pretty good deal......half price.
I bought two pairs, one for me and my brother.
Only found them by chance on OutdoorGB.com..................I didn't know who they were but they seem to have a few good deals on outdoor gear.
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Great price, remember and buy one size up because they’re very small made.
Great deal! I paid about £110 last year on price match with Go Outdoors. The boots are really comfortable and really do cover all bases. Tempted to buy a pair for back up
What size do you recommend for a uk 10
Smart looking footwear.
Thanks OP, these look like a good all rounder. Never heard of the brand but seems decent (or maybe I was just deceived by the high RRP). .
+ £2.95 postage
There used to be a tree surgeon round my way, and sign written on the side of his van was "Bodgeit and Scarpa"
Bought my first pair of Terra GTX Scarpas in 1993 and they remained waterproof (not Gore-Tex) for over 20 years, only letting in water after a few years of serious abuse and abrasion against rocky surfaces.

I’m a UK size 10.5 (Euro 45) but went for 12.5 (Euro 47), as I replace the footbeds with Sorbothane ones and add charcoal inserts. My partner only went one size up and a few months later, she regretted not going two sizes up.

A few years ago, I found a pair of Terra GTXs in TKMaxx for £60 in 11.5 and can only wear them without footbeds.

Excellent manufacturer - reliable footwear!
ck_31/07/2019 22:10

Thanks OP, these look like a good all rounder. Never heard of the brand …Thanks OP, these look like a good all rounder. Never heard of the brand but seems decent (or maybe I was just deceived by the high RRP). .


Well known brand, especially for climbing shoes
Thanks for posting this.

I got Blacks to price match it with 10% price beat, bringing it to £72 inc del. That said, their sizes and stock are running low so you’d better be quick.
barkerbarker01/08/2019 01:24

Bought my first pair of Terra GTX Scarpas in 1993 and they remained …Bought my first pair of Terra GTX Scarpas in 1993 and they remained waterproof (not Gore-Tex) for over 20 years, only letting in water after a few years of serious abuse and abrasion against rocky surfaces.I’m a UK size 10.5 (Euro 45) but went for 12.5 (Euro 47), as I replace the footbeds with Sorbothane ones and add charcoal inserts. My partner only went one size up and a few months later, she regretted not going two sizes up.A few years ago, I found a pair of Terra GTXs in TKMaxx for £60 in 11.5 and can only wear them without footbeds.Excellent manufacturer - reliable footwear!


So order one size up, or two sizes up if you plan to replace footbeds/inserts ? Just clarifying as I ordered one size up (9.5 / 44 to 10.5 / 45) .
ck_01/08/2019 09:07

So order one size up, or two sizes up if you plan to replace …So order one size up, or two sizes up if you plan to replace footbeds/inserts ? Just clarifying as I ordered one size up (9.5 / 44 to 10.5 / 45) .


ck_01/08/2019 09:07

So order one size up, or two sizes up if you plan to replace …So order one size up, or two sizes up if you plan to replace footbeds/inserts ? Just clarifying as I ordered one size up (9.5 / 44 to 10.5 / 45) .


Forgetting footbeds, etc if the Scarpa was a summer shoe, 46 would be ok but with thicker socks I need their 47 for my size 45 feet. I think that I must be on the cusp of 45/46 with this manufacturer, as my new 46s feels ok’ish until gradients and heat (feet swelling) are involved then I yearn for 47s. With both my Berghaus and Zamberlan boots, size 45 works well.
Got it, thanks. I'll be using them for casualwear so thin socks and not too much swelling. Hopefully one-size up is adequate for my purposes. Thanks for the useful info
I've always found them a bit too girly for a big bloke.
Petetobin01/08/2019 13:05

I've always found them a bit too girly for a big bloke.



That's alright, crocs would probably suit you better.
ck_01/08/2019 13:53

That's alright, crocs would probably suit you better.


I'm not that masculine.
Go outdoors pricematch and beat by 10%, so £72. I'm a uk 9.5 /10 and 45 was spot on.
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