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Boreal Triglav Mountaineering Boot

$398.95

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Triglav Mountaineering Boot

Boreal named the Triglav Mountaineering Boot after the highest mountain in Slovenia and the Julian Alps because it thrives on mountains like those. It's a lightweight, breathable boot built with Dry-Line waterproofing that excels in summertime alpine conditions and winter treks at lower elevations. Underfoot, Vibram's Mulaz rubber grants traction, support, and stability over precarious scrambles leading to the summit. Boreal paid special attention to the heel by padding it in key areas to ensure a solid fit, while leaving other areas far more flexible to assure easy walking.
  • Mountaineering boot built for summer alpinism and winter hiking
  • Dry-Line ensures absolute waterproofing and better breathability
  • Putek mesh upper reinforced with PVC overlays for durability
  • HFS padded heel provides a solid fit, PVC rand for protection
  • Shock-absorbing midsole with added cushioning under heel
  • Vibram Mulaz rubber sole with semi-automatic crampon compatibility
  • Item #BRF0019

Upper Material
Putek mesh, PVC
Waterproofing
Dry-Line
Closure
lace
Midsole
PBG-650, EVA [heel] EVA, PU
Sole
Vibram Mulaz
Crampon Compatibility
semi-automatic
Claimed Weight
3lb 1oz
Recommended Use
summer alpinism, winter hiking, scrambling, glacial travel
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

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>Rating: 5

Excellent summer mountaineering boot

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
10 1/2
Weight
170 lbs

I bought these boots for the Ptarmigan Traverse in the North Cascades of Washington. It was a last minute purchase and was critical due to having automatic or "step in" crampons. I was a little nervous to bring a fresh boot on such a long journey but these boots crushed it. My counter parts were wearing similar Scarpa boots and both of them ended up having snow fall into their boot while plunge stepping. The only time my feet came out wet was on day 3 of the traverse but that was due to the amount of sweat that came with the work we put in. I never heard of this company before but their product knocked it out of the park and is on the same playing field with bigger named, more expensive brands.