Mont Blanc Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's by Scarpa
When you're gearing up for your next adventure into the frozen unknown, make sure you take along the Men's Mont Blanc Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot from Scarpa. This boot has everything you need to make sure your adventure doesn't end at a heli-pad. The boots start on the outside with 3mm Perwanger leather that is impregnated with HS12 silicone for extremely effective waterproofing. Inside of that, you'll find Gore-Tex Insulated Comfort linings for even more waterproofing and insulating warmth. Directly-injected polyurethane ribbing on the tongue provides stability and ensures even distribution of lace pressure to eliminate chafing and hot spots. Up around the ankle, an integrated double-gaiter ensures that snow, ice, and rocks stay where they should, under your feet. Pro-Fiber XT20 insoles provide plenty of support, even with a heavy pack and, speaking of support, a polyurethane insert in the midsole adds even more ability to carry heavy loads for long distances. An all-around rubber rand helps to protect both the boot and your foot from sharp rocks and ice, and makes sure that you can kick your crampons all day without worrying about the consequences to your boots. The Vibram Total Traction sole safeguards you against slippage, even on those exposed knife-edge ridges everyone loves so much. Because of the toe and heel welts, the Mont Blanc Pros are compatible with virtually every crampon system that isn't custom-made for a particular pair of boots.
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