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Mammut Comfort High GTX Surround Hiking Boot - Men's

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    3 Reviews


    Boots that breathe.

    Some trails demand the stability and support only a boot can provide, but when your feet and socks are wet with sweat by the end of the day, you'll be wishing you were wearing your trail running shoes. The Mammut Men's Comfort High GTX Surround Hiking Boots, though, won't leave your feet sweaty after a long hike thanks to the Gore-Tex Surround technology, which puts the waterproof, breathable performance of Gore-Tex along the top and the bottom of the boot for a full 360-degrees of breathability. The ripstop textile upper keeps the boot's breathability on point, while liquid rubber overlays increase the boot's overall durability. The EVA wedge midsole makes for a comfortable ride when the trail turns rocky, and the Gripex rubber sole ensures solid traction whether you're walking along rolling trails, or navigating steep and exposed traverses.

    • Gore-Tex Surround membrane
    • Ripstop textile upper
    • Liquid rubber overlays
    • EVA wedge midsole
    • TPU arch support
    • Gripex sole
    • Item #MAM00CD

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    ripstop textile, [overlays] rubber
    Gore-Tex Surround
    Gripex Sonar
    Claimed Weight
    [pair] 2 lb
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Good Weight and Breathable

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

    This is Jes' husband, I've been using these boots for just over a year. They are nice and supportive for a light boot, and don't overheat considering the support level. It is nice that they have metal eyelets throughout so that they will not break or rip, rendering the boots useless after a shorter time, but because of the metal eyelets I have already gone through one pair of laces. I haven't beat the crap out of these boots, but they also haven't shown any significant wear from normal hiking and outdoor use. They don't seem completely waterproof to me, it's fine being in a desert environment but if I was in a wet/coastal climate I don't think I would choose them. It's not that they soak right away, but after being in dampness for extended periods of time I do feel like it seeps through the toes more than I would expect. In drier climates and warm environments, which is how I use them, they are great.

    Great boots

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 11.5
    • Height: 6'3"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    I inspect properties for a living and needed a pair of 3 season boots that looked like tennis shoes and offered water resistance and moderate coolness in the summer. The boots achieve almost all of these needs for the most part, very water proof, low profile with pants if you get the black/yellow ones and offer some airflow.

    I've been hiking with them too and they work well, good grip, nice height. They don't offer as much airflow as advertised however, they do get hot, but better than most boots.

    High quality, water proof, good laces, no break-in period really, nice and light.

    1 Short hike

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    I have only taken one short hike in these. Tested them in a stream and my feet were completely dry after a couple minutes of being submerged. Hiking, they felt very light and springy, but almost too mushy in the toe box. I couldn't quite pinpoint what the feeling was. I tend to have issues with boots being narrow but I did not find that issue with these. I plan on updating after I put them to more use.

    Hey Chris, sorry for the delay. The notifications on here aren't super evident. I haven't been out in this much, but I did hike 22 miles through the rainforest on the Kalalau trail in Kauai. It was a super rugged trail, and I encountered roots, mud, rocks, sand, you name it. The grip was awesome and felt like I had great traction everywhere. Waterproofing seemed great, until the water running down my leg soaked the insides haha. I will say that the soles feel very squishy. There seems to be quite a bit of give with each step. This didn't bother me, but just note that it is not a stiff feeling that some others might feel like. With the abuse it was put through, I would say durability seems great. I have been in ski boots ever since then so I will be putting them back to use very soon here!