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#1 Posted : Wednesday, November 23, 2011 12:59:31 AM(UTC)
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Specification:

Plague: flexible nylon
Sole on: INTEGRA
In EVA with PU.
Outerwear: GORE TEX

I.e. no VIBRAM soles. Someone can explain me about the shoe's sole on Did she allow good soil is wet?

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, November 23, 2011 1:18:57 AM(UTC)
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And iberam is perhaps the sole producer in the world, but not the only one.
Scarpa is a serious company and assume solia requirements.

What are the requirements-that's another story.
According to importer this shoe is designed for short trips and/or lightweight and trekking. Hence the reason that scarpa also opted to invest in a simple and inexpensive shoe – this model is not necessary, as an urban vehicle is not required for the appropriate shock bolami.

The main grip:
I suppose all reasonable and relatively good grip sole allows the ground (if it even matters any more don't skip boulders, because if the ground muddy and smooth, the sole on the negligible friction).
The difference in this sole soles of more expensive models (they usually produce trekking models and iberam), is not, but gripper absorbing shocks and durability.
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, November 23, 2011 1:56:50 PM(UTC)
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Thanks a lot Eric!!! I plan to make three treks, and hopefully serve me shoes. Do you think?
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, November 23, 2011 7:42:44 PM(UTC)
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It depends on your perspective to trek.
How long season, and most importantly-how much weight you carry

Further clarification on the manufacturer, that the model is no longer manufactured (although it is still sold in this country) and it seems INFINITY model replaced it. This is just a guess, but the models look the same and have the same sole.

Note that scarpa distinguish BACKPACKING shoes intended for "serious" with unbroken walk several days with full equipment, carrier and TREKKING models intended for tours, but carrying a little weight (which means day trips, with food and water for one day in a big way, carrying 10 kg).

If you plan to travel for several days at a time and take that with you, warm clothing, a hotplate, food for a few days etc I would recommend you spend a little more and buy more serious model (apparently also comes with soles and iberam, but that's not the point).
I'm not saying the HORIZON won't be good, but probably less fit you in terms of shocks and brake shoe life.
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#5 Posted : Wednesday, November 23, 2011 8:51:50 PM(UTC)
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The soles of skarpa manufactured for many years by skiyook.
In most models the better grip parallel model in vibram but wear faster and it's relative.
I have a 1994 skarpa's shoes and still work.
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