Scarpa Rebel Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's

Scarpa Rebel Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's
Scarpa Rebel Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's
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Rebel Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's by Scarpa
Designed with the input of Scarpa athlete and speed demon Ueli Steck, the crazy-light Scarpa Rebel Pro GTX Men's Mountaineering Boot moves so fast it seems to hover uphill. This boot, the lightest-weight insulated boot in Scarpa's Tech Mountain category, features a Gore-Tex Insulated Comfort lining to keep your foot warm and dry. The tongue is constructed with Gore-Tex Insulated Stretch fabric for a smooth, bunch-free fit and assured protection at this closure, as well as excellent breathability. Black ice' Frozen waterfall' No problem. The Rebel Pro is automatically crampon-compatible thanks to TPU inserts in heel and toe. And with its carbon-fiber insole and Tri-Density PU shock-absorbing midsole, this boot keeps its weight to a minimum while providing hardcore support on technical climbs. Vibram's TT Lite outsole withstands rugged alpine wear and tear and features a grippy toe climbing zone. Packed with features, strong, and feathery, this boot passed muster with Steck, and it will with you, too.

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SKU: SCR0265
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