Scarpa Ribelle Tech HD Mountaineering Boot - Men's

Scarpa Ribelle Tech HD Mountaineering Boot - Men's
Scarpa Ribelle Tech HD Mountaineering Boot - Men's
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Ribelle Tech HD Mountaineering Boot - Men's by Scarpa
Designed in part with the late Ueli Steck, the Scarpa Men's Ribelle Tech HD is a hybrid boot that combines elements of running and mountaineering footwear for ultralight, high-output alpinism. Scarpa's new Sock-Fit Plus integrates waterproof, breathable HDry and warm Primaloft insulation in a seamless, stretchy, superlight gaiter that balances fast-moving performance with absolute weather protection. The external upper is similar to the original Ribelle HD's burly, rugged, and well-ventilated upper. Underfoot, the Ribelle features a complex series of Vibram rubber lugs, a light-yet-supportive midsole, and semi-automatic crampon compatibility.

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