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If you can't make it to the top of that elusive summit, you can always use the Mammut Teton GTX Hiking Boot to kick it down. Just kidding; we don't advocate violence against nature. However, we do advocate the Teton and its waterproofing and breathability provided by a Gore-Tex membrane.

  • Weather-ready suede and nylon upper resists abrasion for longevity through a variety of conditions
  • Vibram Tec sole channels water away from key pressure points for traction even on slick surfaces
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Shaky start, comfortable finish

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

I agree with an earlier reviewer; it seems like these boots run a half size small. I ordered a 10.5 (USA), and had to return them and replace them with 11. The good news: the returns are simple and convenient, and the larger size is perfect. After a brief break-in period, the boots are very comfortable. I haven't worn them on any big trips yet, just a couple of overnighters, but I'm hopeful they'll be as comfortable (or more so) as I use them. The only downside I have found so far is that a thin layer of rubber from the toe is peeling. It hasn't hurt the performance of the boot, but I have a concern that it might be an indication of poor quality. My fingers are crossed that this is only a minor cosmetic defect, because I really like these boots.

A little tight

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I think these must run a half size small, i have always been comfortable with 10. These are tight. Unfortunately I am unlikely to be able to take a backpacking trip anytime soon, so for regular work and play, they will be ok, but they wouldnt be with a thick set of hiking socks. Other than that, I like them. If they hold up well, I'll order another pair a half size bigger.

Unanswered Question

For being suede, are they really waterproof?...

For being suede, are they really waterproof? $180 is a lot to gamble if they aren't. I know Mammut makes good gear (I have one of their beacons) but do they make good boots? Thanks to anyone that replies! Don in Utah

Does the depression in the back part of...

Does the depression in the back part of the sole mean that these are crampon-compatible? Would they be stiff enough to accept crampons?