Boreal Ice Mutant Mountaineering Boot

Boreal Ice Mutant Mountaineering Boot
Boreal Ice Mutant Mountaineering Boot
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Ice Mutant Mountaineering Boot by Boreal
Just like modern rock climbers opting for aggressive, downturned shoes over the climbing shoes used in the fifties, modern ice climbers deserve something more technical than blocky, mountaineering boots used back in the days. Boreal's Ice Mutant Mountaineering Boot brings the ice climbing shoe up to the modern era. Designed specifically for dry tooling and competitions, the Ice Mutant maintains a minimalist esthetic to keep light on your feet without sacrificing a performance-driven design. Like most super gaiter boots, the Ice Mutant features a removable gaiter made of Cordura for solid coverage when needed, and the inner boot boasts Dry-Line waterproofing and Thinsulate insulation for comfort without the gaiter. The sole has special inserts designed specifically for Black Diamond's Raptor Crampon with detachable dual or mono front points.

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SKU: BRF000W
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