Mammut Kento Pro High GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's

Mammut Kento Pro High GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's
Mammut Kento Pro High GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's
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Kento Pro High GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's by Mammut
Some summits require glacial traverses and rocky scrambles on the same day, and Mammut made the Men's Kento Pro High GTX Mountaineering Boot technical for demanding routes like that. It features Gore-Tex Performance Comfort for rugged waterproofing and enhanced breathability built for highly active alpine endeavors. Split leather from Italy equips this boot with long-lasting durability, and Motion Control deploys a greater range of motion that doesn't increase your chances of rolling an ankle. Memo Foam wraps around the cuff for a heel-hugging fit. Underfoot, a board-lasted poro wedge grants stiff support for long days over plenty of terrain. Vibram's Hexa Tech rubber ensures rugged traction on rocks, and strap-on crampon compatibility helps when the rock turns icy.

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