Conditions in the alpine are variable at best--one moment is sunny and the next is stormy--and any alpine approach is aggressive to say the least, so make sure you have the Scarpa Men's Mistral GTX Hiking Boot underfoot before you reach the trailhead of a long trip. Scarpa equipped this boot with a waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane to keep your foot comfy in any condition the alpine throws at you. The Mistral Boot boasts a strong suede upper with nylon panels that ensure malleability for a broken-in feel right out of the box. Underfoot, this burly boot has a super comfy midsole injected into Vibram's Energy sole, which provides excellent traction and support whether you're on the trail or exploring a new off-trail route across the alpine. Vibram's Energy sole ensures a low rolling resistance to help prevent you from rolling your ankle, which is crucial when you're exploring faraway places with a heavy pack on your back.
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