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Gives you the security to lift your eyes from the trail to enjoy the view.

No trail is too rocky, even for those with wobbly ankles, when you tackle it wearing the Mammut Men's Pacific Crest GTX Boot. This lightweight but super-stable boot not only lets you traverse variable terrain with confidence, but it keeps your foot dry in wet weather thanks to the Gore-Tex waterproof breathable insert.

  • Motion Control design offers extreme lateral support while allowing plenty of mobility forward and backward
  • Premium Memo Foam in instep, around ankles, and in the shin adds cushioning and exceptional comfort, as well as enhancing your fit
  • Rolling Concept ergonomic design encourages natural movement through the step, reducing fatigue and chances of twisting an ankle
  • Base Fit features free-sliding webbing bands that transfer energy from the lacing are to the sole for better support, security, and a blister-preventing fit
  • PD Cage TPU midsole insert cushions and distributes the energy generated in the heel area
  • All-around rubber rand offers extra protection from rocks and additional waterproofing
  • Vibram MT-Traction II sole offers sure, grippy footing

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5 5

great rough terrain boot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 1"
    Weight: 220 lbs
    Size Purchased: 11.5

I got these specifically for the next two trips Im doing: Acadia NF and Glacier. Got them early to start breaking them in, and found out that I dont need to. They fit great. Coming from Salomon Quest GTX4s, I found these to be super stiff at first. But, that was just around the house. Then, I wondered if the old boots had just gotten soft over time... Then, took them out for a total of 30 miles for a group trip over some pretty rocky terrain in the Ozarks. They performed great! No hotspots (once I got my lacing tweaked). Feet stayed dry during water crossings. Rocky terrain left no visible damage to the outside of the boot or to the sole.

5 5

Awesome Boots

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 10"
    Weight: 205 lbs
    Size Purchased: 10

From the first time I put these boots on they fit like a glove. I can wear them hiking on some more difficult treks or wear them on my MC getting to the hike. I found that the boots do fit true to size and did not take any break in time.

5 5

First pair of hiking boots, like em

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 0"
    Weight: 170 lbs
    Size Purchased: 12

After almost rolling my ankle on a hike in the spring, twice, from trying to make other footwear work I decided it was time to do the smart thing and get a pair of boots.
These had good ratings and were on sale.
As far as usage, love them. Actually having good grip is a very pleasant change change. Waterproofing works well too.
I got them here on sale for 177. That was a bit steep but and risky from a few reviews and pictures but O am very pleased. If I get 3-5 years of good use out of them, I think ill come out alright. Not sure I would have bought them at 248.
As far as fit, they are nice, true to size.

Parfrey's Glen, WI

Parfrey's Glen, WI

35 degrees. Stream crossings. Wet, snowy, and icy rocks. Portaging my 3 and 8 year old over wet sections.

Good set of crampons to accompany these boots, size 12?

Very cool. I'm starting to get ideas for gearing up for an Adams, Baker, Glacier Peak, St. Helens kinda summer next year. Looking at sort of a minimalist approach/dual role boot and crampon combination. Would you recommend these boots with the aforementioned BD crampons to be sufficient for the task? How about a basic ice axe and trekking poles? Thank you, much appreciated!!

Best Answer

I like the Petzl Vasak crampons with flexlock system with these boots. I tried the BD Contact and didn't like them. They wouldn't contain the heel of the boot properly. The Black Diamond Raven Pro is a good mountaineering ice axe. For trekking Poles I use the Black Diamond Ultra Mountain Carbon Poles. They are light and fold down small when you don't want them. You have to buy to size though as they are not adjustable.

5 5

20+ Pairs later

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

After spending 3+ hours trying on shoes at the backcountry store front in SLC my Father decided on these. He is 6'2" ~200lbs with wide feet size 11. Shortly after acquiring these we hike Mt Whitney. He said that he didn't get any hot spots or blisters the whole time in the backcountry and those are the best boots he has even owned. He wears a liner with medium weight hiking socks. They are slightly heavy then other options we were looking at but they are well constructed and appear that they will last a long time.

20+ Pairs later

Hi Scott,
I'm intrested in getting these boots and have wide feet too(2E)
Is your father foot 2E width ?
Tried many brands with no luck, please let me know

How tall are these boots? They look like a 6 inch style but I just want to make sure. Thanks!

Field Mapping in Montana

Field Mapping in Montana

I hiked it these for two weeks, at least 10 miles a day, over rough terrain and sharp rock. They held up great! This is just one of the regions that I mapped.

What country is this boot made?

4 5

The end of a long search

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

So these boots were the final choice in a long search for boots. I had an old pair of salomon (from like 97, I've resoled them twice now) and I wanted to replace them with something a bit newer. I actually had another pair of Salomon from BC and I tried and tried but they beat me in the end. I probably had 250 miles on them and after a 3 day trip where my feet looked like bloody stumps again, I finally gave up (thank goodness for BC return policy, BC rules). So then I decided I was gonna find a pair that fit and after trying probably 15 pairs of boots, I settled on these. I am giving them 4 stars just cause they run warm. If you are going to use them in the winter they are great, I have used them snowshoeing and love them. The memory foam works awesome for light insulation. But in the middle of summer they run a bit warm for my liking. Still they are great for what they are made for and are an excellent pair of boots. The sole is pretty stiff, so I use them with my Grivel G10 crampons and they work well on light mtn-ering stuff. Overall a great choice for all stuff except middle of summer backpacking.

I'm 6'3", 195 and looking for a boot for...

I'm 6'3", 195 and looking for a boot for 4-7 day summer backpacking trips in Wyoming, Montana, etc with a 50-60lbs pack. I've had good boots in the past (Solomon, etc) and while they have always provided great stability and have kept my dry, my feet always take a beating as well. Hoping to sort that out with a new boot. What would you recommend between these and the Scarpa Kinesis Pro GTX? Or is there another you'd suggesting looking at as well? Thanks!

Best Answer

I like your style. Going with either of those two boots is going to change backpacking for you. Both of them are going to be much more stable under heavy loads and provide a lot of torsional rigidity and protection from rocks with the TPU shanks in them. Honestly, there isn't to much of a difference between the performance of the boots. Where you will notice a difference is going to be in the fit. I would suggest talking to one of our gearheads and possibly ordering two pairs to try on and sending one back.

5 5

Mammut, I believe you've done it!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

The Mammut Pacific Crest Trail boot is superb. The lacing keeps my foot from sliding in the boot, while still keeping good blood flow to my feet. They also have a degree of warmth to them. I'm not sure that I would wear them in the summer, but I'm more of a shoe-hiker in the summer.

I are curious about the lifetime warranty...

I are curious about the lifetime warranty that comes with this boot. What does the warranty all cover? What would the restrictions be on the warranty? Thanks Darrin

Best Answer

Hey Darrin,
From Mammut's website:
"Mammut generally guarantees for all its products. However, this guarantee does not cover replacement as a result of incorrect use, normal wear and tear or fading as a result of UV exposure. The guarantee also excludes damage caused by external factors such as falling stones, rocks, ski edges, embers, fire, etc. However, in such cases we can offer a professional repair service at the customer's expense.
In the case of actual guarantee claims, the product will be repaired or replaced free of charge."

Hope this helps!

I was wondering how these boots fit for...

I was wondering how these boots fit for someone with a medium wide foot, with minimal arch. Also, do they fit true to size or run small/large?

I love Mammut's boots. They are relatively new to the industry but they are making a great product in short time that does well at competing with heritage brands like La Sportica and Scarpa. That being said, these boots fit very well on a standard "D" width foot. My experience from a previous pair is that they fit very accurately and I don't think they have made any changes to that standard.

5 5

Great boot

I used this boot on the Colorado Trail. It held up well for the whole trip. The lacing system is out standing. You can form the boot for any foot type. I have narrow feet with a high arch, which is hard to fit. There is some break in time. They were waterproof for the whole trip.

4 5

Fits better than a glove

Great fitting and burly boot.
the good
The midsole support is great out of the box, I often have to use an insole.
These replaced some sportiva Karakorums that just didn't give enough traction in hard snow and icy surfaces. The rubberized lower section is tough, I didn't notice any scuffing even after navigating some nasty sharp scree fields (a big plus over the karakorums).
A firm sole did allow me to still job a bit with being clunky like a lot of boots and the goretex is a nice bonus to keep my feet from getting soggy.
The bad, they don't breath great when the weather gets warm (thanks goretex). And the softer material used in the sole did tear a hole into the base of sole, which will squeak once some water gets into it. It hasn't getting into the boot though. Some super glue and they'll be good to go again.
Great 3 season hiking boot, hang them up in the summer though unless you know its going to get wet.

5 5

Mammut-Optimally Suitable For My Feet

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Mammut's website states these are optimally suitable for backpacking, winterhiking/snowshoeing, and walking. Suitable for via ferrata and mountain hiking. I was looking for a boot that could do most things. Right out of the box I noticed how comfortable the memory foam was. It reminded me of my posturepedic mattress. Sizing was right on with medium weight merino wool socks. I laced them up and headed out with my 22 mo old boy in his baby hiker. The snow was worse than crud. After some rain, melt, freeze cycles and other hikers the snow was very uneven and frozen. The last blizzard brought trees down. The boots are very lightweight and stable. My ankle rolled a few times and the boots did their job well. The traction was outstanding and the lugs are deep. The sole is dual compound Vibram. The boot is really cool looking with graphite/cyan colors. The metal clip on the tongue was not an issue at all. Laces show no signs of wear from the clip and my foot can't feel it inside the boot. The metal clip on my Lowa military boots was never an issue either. The rubber rand help with water proofing and is tough in crusty, stump, and rock filled snow. Terrain is flat to rolling in most of my hikes and snow conditions have varied, but I never had blisters or hot spots. I used the stock insoles, but will upgrade soon. They are not overly stiff and one can drive in them if necessary. They are made in Romania with "Raichle Footwear Technology". Lots of double stiching throughout. I looked at many European boots like Meindl, Salewa, and Scarpa, but decided on these d/t price and other factors above. Mammut's website helped me decide between their line of boots. They explicitly tell you what the boot was built for and so far they are accurate. I will put these through the wringer on the slick granite rocks at Devil's Lake as soon as the weather warms. Standby for further info.

Thank You for the very thorough review. Decision has been made and I will purchase these.