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The Scarpa Men's Mojito Shoe is a casual shoe that isn't afraid to step out of the bar and directly onto a trail. Sweet and refreshing with a hint of mint, the Mojito has a durable suede leather upper with Vellutina lining that will wick sweat and lacing that starts at the toe to ensure they'll stay on your foot when scrambling up the steps in the city or along your favorite trail. The dual-density EVA cushions all adventures from city to mountain and a reinforced arch supports every decision. Complete with a Vibram® Spyder® outsole, you'll remain upright in slippery situations whether it's a wet bar floor or damp rock.
FEATURES of the Scarpa Men's Mojito Shoe
Dual density EVA cushioning for any adventure
Molded Vibram Spyder sole is designed for versatility
Lacing to the toe
Rubber toe cap
SPECIFICATIONS of the Scarpa Men's Mojito Shoe
Outsole: Vibram Spyder
Weight: 1/2 per pair: 12 oz / 345 g
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These shoes are cool because they don't look like anything else. But they still look normal. If New Balance and Vibram teamed up to make a casual walking shoe, it would probably look something like this. I am skeptical about the health benefits of a Vibram sole after Vibram's settlement in their recent class action, yet their shoes are friggin comfortable. Further, researchers still argue that barefoot running is part of a paleo lifestyle.
These are my every-day shoe; my pair is over two years old and holding up well. The full lace means they fit my weird feet quite comfortably and they're solid enough for moderate approach yet pretty/handsome enough for looking moderately pretty/handsome. The original insert was a tad flimsy though, but I swapped out for something a little beefier/supportive and it's been smooth sailing.
These have become my favorite pair of sport/casual shoes evar! First off, love me some blue suede. What up Dr. Jacoby and Elvis? These are really attractive. The soles are super grippy which makes them great as approach shoes. The sole, foot bed design, and overall fit-like-a-glove feel really inspires confidence when scrambling, traversing, ect. Heck, if you size these tight you could even use these sport climbing. They're very light weight as well. The lace to the toe design makes it super easy to get a perfect fit and I've found my feet feeling extremely stable when it counts. The foot bed has plenty of cushioning in the heal and mid, but very little toward the front third of the shoe, allowing me to have a good feel of the surface I'm walking on. This is great for more technical manuvers, but makes them less than ideal for week long hikes with a fairly heavy pack. Overall, great shoes. I've got two pairs.
This is my fourth pair of Scarpas (Zen, Ego, SL M3) and they are fantastic. Light enough to be sneakers, sole enough for any walk, and super stylin'. I recommend these for all my friends...ok...my enemies too, but they would never take my word for it. These are speedy but European-made and Scarpas last a long time so I think a great value.
"Shoes were solid on the scramble down from Headstone Rock. And they're blue"
Kinda like blue running shoes that grip everything in sight and look good if you're the kind of person who doesn't care too much about wearing blue running shoes to work.I originally got them to bicycle to work in. They are grippy on my platform pedals, and narrow so they don't bump things like my front wheel or the cranks. I eventually wore them on a trip to Joshua Tree and they were superb approach shoes. They weren't as sticky as climbing shoes, but pretty close.I don't remember how much these cost, but I'd probably buy them or another Scarpa again.
These are great all-around shoes. Possibly the most comfortable shoe that I've ever had. It's not super cushy but offers the perfect balance between softness and support/stability that just make them amazing to walk around in. They're so nice that I don't know if I'll take them out in the slush that we have here but they're wonderful as an alternative to a sneaker around town and the aggressive sole is good for camping. They're true to size. I got the blue ones and they're not as fluorescent looking as they are on my monitor, which I like.