Scarpa Men's Delta GTX Activ Boots - Ebony

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Men's Delta GTX Activ Boots - Ebony
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The new Scarpa Men's Delta boots are luxury for your feet. With well known elements of Scarpa's boot making heritage

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Special Price £202.50

Regular Price: £225.00

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The new Scarpa Delta boots are luxury for your feet. With well known elements of Scarpa's boot making heritage, like full grain calf leather uppers and superb last (boot shape) for comfort the Delta also features the new Activ Fit. Combining four elements; last, sole, ergonomic design and footbed, ActivFit provides a new level of instant, out of the box comfort and performance.

The boot uppers also feature 'mini speed' lacing, where the lacing rings have a rolling action that allows the lace tension to spread equally across the lacing area. This translates to easier more comfortable fitting across the top of the foot.

Not only do they feature quality Scarpa leather uppers, the boots are lined with Gore-Tex for guaranteed waterproof and breathable qualities. A Vibram sole with PU for cushioning finishes off the boot and the midsole is reinforced with an additional moulded thermo plastic shank (TPU) and finished with the Vibram outsole.

Tech Spec
  • Sole: Vibram Biometric
  • Last: BD
  • Upper: 2.4-2.6mm Leather
  • Lining: Gore-Tex
  • Mid Sole: Comfort-Flex
  • Insole: Viscoflex Activ Fit
  • Weight: 1520g
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Hi, I'm interested in the Scarpa Delta Boots. I do a lot of winter hiking in rough terrain and am concerned if these boots will be tough enough for the job as i know little about calf leather. Thanks, Matt.

Thanks for your question, Matt.

These boots will offer comfort and support in rough terrain for 3 season walking. The calf leather will be tough enough, as long as you keep it treated and proofed to keep the leather supple. It is a fairly stiff boot but will become fairly flexible over time.

If you were considering mountain walking and scrambling then you may want to consider a 3-4 season boot which will be stiffer. The closeat comparison would be the Scarpa SL Activ boots. Above that would be the Scarpa Manta boot.

I take a size 12, what is the equivalent UK size to the European 48? what boot size would you recommend?

Thanks for your question, a UK 12 is generally a 47. If you find a 12 snug I would suggest going for the 48 as this is similar to the 12.5.

I am looking at doing The west highland way and coast to coast this year my question is what boot would you recommend the Scarpa Men's Kinesis Tech GTX Boot - Shark or scarpa delta gtx active boot thanks john

Thanks for your question.

Both the Scarpa Kinesis and the Delta would be suitable for the terrain you would encounter on the walks you have mentioned. The deciding factors would be whether you would prefer a smooth leather finish of the Delta, or a nubuck leather finish of the Kinesis. 

Another factor to consider is the Kinesis is very slightly stiffer than the Delta, and therefore is aimed at slightly more challenging mountain terrain. It also has a more complete protective rand than the Delta. Therefore the Kinesis would be more suited to your walks if you are expecting to tackle challenging mountain terrain.

Hi, I am considering a pair of these Scarpa Delta GTX Mens Activ Boots for a trip to Ben Nevis in early December with my Uni, my question is, Would this be a suitable boot to take Grivel G10 Crampons if conditions dictate? Comparing the images of this Delta boot and a Scarpa SL Activ they seem to share exactly the same Vibram sole, apart from the addition of the Rand on the SL's I believe, so am I better going for the SL's (size 45 currently out of stock) or even Scarpa Mantra's on this terrain? What would you recommend? Kind regards, Jason P.S will you be restocking the Scarpa Boot Bag before Dec`25 ? Thanks.

Hello, thank you for your question. I would definately suggest the SL over the Delta, as the Delta is not a crampon compatible boot. The SL will offer the stiffness and security that you need, particularly when securely attaching a crampon. The Manta is the next step up in performance and will take an articulated crampon, but will not be such a good "all-rounder". Lastly, I am not aware of the boot bag coming into the range in the near future.

PS - We do have stock of the SL in our stores, if you would like a pair, please let me know and I can arrange this for you.

I hope this helps.

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