Get to the summit.
Designed for mountaineering and alpine ascents, the Scarpa Men's Triolet Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot gives you the comfort and performance needed to claw across snow-capped peaks and boulder-strewn ridges. This boot features a 2.8mm Suede Pro upper with a 360-degree rubber rand for rugged construction and long-lasting use; the 360-degree rubber rand also allows for compatibility with hybrid (semi-automatic) crampons when you're conquering alpine glaciers and slippery, ice-coated slopes. Allowing for calculated footwork, the boot's tri-flex ankle won't inhibit technical moves when you're carefully crossing a narrow, knife-like ridge with sheer exposure.
Waterproof and breathable, the boot's Gore-Tex membrane blocks snow and rain when you're slogging through summertime slush, crossing powder-filled gullies, and even crossing the occasional creek. The boot's Pro-Fiber insole and PU/EVA midsole absorb shock when you're punishing your feet for hours on end. Providing sure-footed grip, the boot's Vibram Mulaz sole features strategic climbing zones, allowing you to grip and claw across alpine environments without slipping.
- 2.8mm Suede Pro upper with 360-degree rand
- Gore-Tex membrane
- Vibram Mulaz sole with climbing zone
- Designed for hybrid (semi-automatic) crampons
- Pro-Fiber insole
- PU, EVA midsole
- Tri-Flex ankle
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Solid boot for most mountaineering
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
This is my first pair of mountaineering boots. Used these on the trail, climbing rock, snow and with crampons. Their stiff sole makes walking awkward at first and it took about 4 days to break them in. The Scarpas stayed dry after all day in the snow but my feet did get cold on the morning start when the temp was 30 degrees.
The first time I took them out I got quarter size heel blisters. Superfeet, sock liners, proper lacing techniques and just wear in makes them perform much better. The reason I picked Scarpa is they are known for their wide toe box (which I need) but they also have a wide heel. I also tried the Scarpa Chamroz in a half-size smaller and my feet rubbed the front/sides of the toebox. The Chamroz felt lighter, but also not as burly as the leather of the Triolet.