Mont Blanc Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's by Scarpa
The most classic and iconic ascents in mountaineering require a pair of boots that will handle everything that snow fields, vertical ice, and rock throw their way. Taking its classic alpine boot and incorporating a few modern innovations, the Scarpa Women's Mont Blanc Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot delivers everything you need to make your next adventure into the alpine a success. For added security, the boots are fitted with integrated gaiters with a double-snap closure. The boots themselves features micro-pulley hardware for an easily achieved secure fit. The upper is composed of a 3mm suede Perwanger along with S-Tech fabric. Backed by a Gore-Tex insulated Comfort membrane, the boots are completely waterproof. The stiff Total Traction midsole provides the solid platform needed when working up mixed routes, while the Vibram sole is both automatic and semi-automatic crampon compatible. The boots utilize Scarpa's Sock-Fit DV construction, which provides stretch-mesh Schoeller softshell fabric in the tongue, PU ribbing, and decreased instep volume, resulting in a nimble feel that disperses lace pressure across the tongue for fit that will remain comfortable from sunup to sundown.
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