Scarpa Charmoz Mountaineering Boot - Men's

Scarpa Charmoz Mountaineering Boot - Men's
Scarpa Charmoz Mountaineering Boot - Men's
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Charmoz Mountaineering Boot - Men's by Scarpa
Scarpa made the Men's Charmoz Mountaineering Boot light and technical for fast-paced pursuits on long alpine ascents. This full-featured mountaineering boot boasts a weight barely exceeding a pound, and it still has all the essentials for the protection and performance you need in high altitudes. A waterproof, breathable OutDry insert ensures protection in wet weather, and the shell combines microfiber with synthetic leather for durability and lightness. Underfoot, the Charmoz has a unique quadruple-layered midsole with two layers of cushy EVA and supportive foam in key locations. The Pro-Fiber XT 20 footbed wicks moisture and dries quickly for added comfort when the ascent gets sweaty. Vibram's Mulaz S rubber sole optimizes traction from dirty trails to slippery stones.

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