Scarpa Charmoz Mountaineering Boot - Women's

Scarpa Charmoz Mountaineering Boot - Women's
Scarpa Charmoz Mountaineering Boot - Women's
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Charmoz Mountaineering Boot - Women's by Scarpa
Springtime is still host to icy sections until they melt from summer's heat, and then you have rocky terrain to climb until autumn covers those steep hills with snow. Instead of having a pair of boots for each season, go with a heavyweight, super warm boot for winter, and leave the rest of the seasons to the Scarpa Women's Charmoz Mountaineering Boot. Scarpa made this boot light and versatile for technical alpine objectives in fall, spring, and summer. Its waterproof, breathable Outdry membrane lets you traverse glaciers, boot up snowy steeps, or just enjoy a little springtime rain in the alpine without worrying whether your socks will come out a watery mess or not. The Vibram rubber sole has a tread designed specifically for mountaineering on Mulaz, and it accepts semi-automatic crampons.

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