Who should buy the Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX

  • A solid choice for both the novice and experienced trail runners who are into marathons and ultra running.
  • Highly recommended for neutral trail running enthusiasts who are looking for a reliable and high-performing trail running shoe for their next off-road adventures.

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX logo

Updates to the Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX 

  • Waterproof version of a Scott running shoe that is meant for the trails. 
  • Subtle close-weave mesh design and the Gore-Tex lettering on the lateral side. 
  • Complete protection from water exposure allowing heightened confidence in wet conditions.

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX updates

Delivers a snug yet welcoming wrap 

When it comes to the sideways fit, the aspects that work together to deliver a snug yet welcoming wrap are the form-fitting upper and the semi-curved shape of the platform.

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX snug yet welcoming wrap

The natural curvature of the human foot is the basis for the design. The overall look determines the step-in and long-term comfort of the wearer.

Supertrac 2.0 GTX delivers a durable and grippy traction

The external pad uses a rubber that completely covers the base of the midsole unit. The purpose of this design is to shield the foam platform from possible damage due to the outdoor topography.

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX grippy traction

It has a durable and grippy nature for longevity and traction, respectively.

Gain confidence traversing uneven terrains 

A set of aggressive lugs that offer heightened grip are patterned across the facade of the rubber outsole. These opposite-facing arrows act like clamps that claw into the ground and deliver extra adhesion. 

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX aggressive lugs

Sureness of movement and confident traversal of the uneven terrains are the games of these elements. Aggressive outsoles are featured in many trail-optimized shoe series such as the Salomon Speedcross.

Responsive underfoot cushioning

Underfoot cushioning is the responsibility of the AeroFoam+, a landing force-mitigating piece that also offers in-shoe steadiness through its slightly firm build.

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX underfoot cushioning

This full-length technology is what leads the runner from the landing to the takeoff, easing the steps in the process.

Allows smooth and quick-paced gait 

The eRide platform configuration involves a slightly convex shape to nudge the foot towards a smooth and quick-paced gait.

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX convex shape

Instability isn’t a problem because the curve of this non-prominent design is merely relegated to the front and back of the shoe.

Durable and waterproof

The upper unit of the Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX uses a close-weave mesh. This accouterment prevents dirt and other trail debris from entering the interior compartment.

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX close-weave mesh

It also ensures the durability of the upper unit and its waterproof membrane. Gore-Tex is a waterproof membrane that contours the outline of the upper unit. 

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX keeps the foot cool and dry

This layer offers full protection from water infiltration, yet it has micro-pores that permit environmental air to enter the foot-chamber and maintain a cool and dry wrap.

Scott Supertrac 2.0 GTX printed overlays

Printed overlays bolster the structure of the silhouette. They also help the traditional lacing system when it comes to delivering a customized hug.

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Trail
Weight: Men 12.7oz / Women 11.3oz
Drop: 8mm
Arch support: Neutral
Base model: Scott Supertrac 2.0
Forefoot height: 21mm
Heel height: 29mm

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Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.