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Magic High GTX Boot
There's no place like a snowy summit, and while the Mammut Women's Magic High GTX Boot won't transport you to the top in the blink of an eye, it will assist you through steep scree fields, vertical ice, and long, wandering trails. Gore-Tex Performance Comfort equips this boot with enhanced breathability that still assures reliable waterproof protection. Foot protection this great deserves equally great traction, so Mammut hooked the Magic up with Vibram's mountaineering-specific Maton sole.
- Mammut's burliest mountaineering boot without a gaiter
- Gore-Tex membrane with reliable waterproofing and extra breathability
- MemoFoam conforms around your instep, heel, and shin for comfort
- 3D Heel Foam adds plenty of cushioning where you need it most
- 3 Level Wedge assures support, stability, and balance
- Vibram Maton rubber sole with mountaineering-specific tread
- Item #MAM00TF
- Upper Material
- leather, microfiber, textile
- Gore-Tex Performance Comfort
- [instep, shin, heel] premium quality foam
- Temperature Rating
- 3 zone lace
- polyurethane, nylon shank, poro wedge
- Vibram Maton
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 8oz
- Recommended Use
- mountaineering, backpacking
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
February 21, 2019
After 225 miles
- I've put it through the wringer
I've worn these boots for about 225 miles over the winter thus far, mostly on snow but some trail approaches. I have wider feet and found them very comfortable. I normally get a size 9-9.5 in shoes, 9.5 in boots and purchased a 10 in these so I can wear them with thicker mountaineering socks. When I tried thinner socks my foot hit the heel cup in the boot in an odd and uncomfortable place, thick socks are the thing. I did put in a different insole, the insole seemed substandard but that's typical. Boots feel fine on trail, kick steps in snow well and have good traction. I can be ankle deep in a stream and keep my feet dry. When it's very cold my feet do get a little chilly, but I am snowshoeing/winter mountaineering so that's not unexpected. I tend towards cold feet anyway. Overall very happy!
February 26, 2019
Thanks for the insight Selena! This is so helpful!