100 day trial available

Scott 2.0 Desert Leather Mens

$220

Made with Camel leather for its incredible breathability and desert-proof qualities. Tough yet flexible, the concave, hexagonal sole design maintains traction over changing terrains. Scott 2.0 features lace-up closure with durable metal eyelets and a bellows tongue construction to keep out grit.

1. Select Colour: Tan
2. Select US Size:
3. Optional Extras:

A selection of laces, insoles and apparel to pair with your Vivo's

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100 day trial for barefoot beginners

We're confident that after 100 days of au natural foot freedom (you need to give them a proper outing) your feet will love being feet. So we're happy to give you a no-quibbles test run for 100 days.

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BUILT TO WITHSTAND THE HARSHEST DESERT ENVIRONMENTS

Its thick super durable unlined Camel leather with cow leather removable footbed and extra puncture resistance for extra protection for all the desert thorns in the city.

• Camel Leather Upper – breathable and durable
• Padded Calf Skin Collar Lining
• Sticky Rubber HEX FLEX Outsole
• Non-Marking Outsole – with PRO 5 puncture resistant nylon

Scott 2.0 Desert Leather Mens DNA

PRO5
PRO5

Patented, ultra-thin, puncture resistant layer. 5x more puncture resistant than a standard sole of the same thickness.

Tough Rubber Compound
Tough Rubber Compound

Strong, non-marking rubber compound for sticky grip and high-abrasion when you need it most.

Removeable Cork Insole
Cork Insole

3mm of recycled foam with a natural cork deck. Take it out to feel the ground. Leave it in for a little extra warmth.

Camel Hide
Camel Hide

Non Marking
Non Marking

Reviews

Squeakiest Boots Every

Well.... First off... the only shoes I wear are Vivobarefoot and I have around seven pairs. I have the Scott boot original generation in black as well as brown and they are perfect shoes. I purchased these 2.0's in desert tan and they felt great. After a couple days I did begin to notice a squeek which either continued to get worse or I just began to notice more. Plain and simple while I know this is a ridiculous issue to have the squeak is so loud and bad that I can be heard easily from 20 ft. away and it's very embarrassing. Somethings wrong with the inner sole and friction against the rubber or the rubber compound is off. It's a problem and I can't in good faith recommend a boot that's this loud every step you take... I've literally never heard anything like it. Vivo's are supposed to cater to a step sensitive crowd. I have one of the quietest, low impact walks, of anyone I know form years of wearing Vivo's... the sound these produce is embarrassing and insulting.

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