Designed and built with versatility in mind, Salewa's Crow GTX Men's Boot has the chops to handle everything from mixed mountain terrain below treeline to technical rock and scree, or even the occasional alpine snow and ice. The Crow's versatile and well-rounded design lends itself well to just about any objective that takes you to the high mountains, making it an ideal companion for everything from mid-summer traverses and ascents to week-long backpacking trips The Crow's suede and wear-resistant fabric upper has been optimized to withstand abuse from rock, ice, and mud, and it's backed by a Gore-Tex membrane for waterproof and breathable protection. A full-wrap rubber rand provides additional protection when you're toeing in on sections of snow, while the 3S Combi system makes the boots semi-automatic crampon compatible when that snow turns to ice. For the majority of the time when crampons aren't necessary, you'll remain secure thanks to the stiff, supportive, and aggressive Vibram Mulaz sole. Cinch the climbing-style laces down tight for a secure fit and dial in the perfect width thanks to the Multi Fit Footbed system. A flex collar allows your ankle to flex naturally during long descents, so your legs, ankles, and feet remain fresh and ready for back-to-back days of bagging peaks.
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