Description

Tip-toe where others slide.

The middle of a technical glacier traverse is no time to realize that you've got the wrong footwear. With the Mammut Women's Monolith GTX Boot, this is a situation you won't ever have to face. In fact, this intuitively designed technical boot will leave you so sure-footed that your fellow adventurers may be left clinging to you for support.

  • Gore-Tex membrane guarantees waterproof protection without sacrificing breathability
  • Internal Motion Control technology utilizes a TPU support shank for precise edging and unparalleled sensitivity during delicate footwork
  • Ortholite Micro Footbed adds support while resisting bacteria-based odor buildup
  • Three-zone lacing helps provide the most custom fit possibleVibram
  • Teton sole gains traction on a wide variety of surfaces
  • Crampon compatible for your ice-bound adventures

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5 5

Best boots I ever had

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I purchased these boots for Mt. Rainier climb and winter scrambles around Washington State. I was surprised how well these boots fit right out of the box. I owned La Sportiva Trango boots before which were not a good fit for my narrow low volume feet and even after several years of use, they kept giving me blisters.

The Monoliths soon became the boots of choice for all of my outings. After the planned Rainier climb, I took them on ample of trips, including long day hikes/snowshoes of up to 15 miles, scrambles both winter and summer, multi day backpacking with load of about 25-30 lb, and a 2-week trek of Alta Via 2 route in Italy.

They are stiff but extremely comfortable and provide great ankle support and stability. I tested them on variety of terrain, dirt, scree, rock, water crossings, snow both fresh and consolidated, and their performance is superb.

I now have about 500 miles on them and so far they held up great. I managed to bump into a rock on a via ferrata route which chipped one of the hooks for the lace but apart of it they show a little wear and are still very waterproof.

3 5

ridged fit

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Used these at Everest. they where water proof and well made. Bit too ridged for my liking. We climbed over a lot of rocks,pebbles,boulders and snow. I wouldn't recommend these boots for that kind of terrain. Great on the flats or in deep snow..
I felt like the boot was too risen, like I was hiking in high healed shoes as the base was narrow and quite high tread raised the center of gravity a bit.. this put me off balance and I never got used to it..Not much flex in the boot for long walks but great for ankle support.

Unanswered Question

what size shank do these boots have? full,...

what size shank do these boots have? full, half ect?