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Mammut Nordwand 2.1 High GTX Boot

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Nordwand 2.1 High GTX Boot

The Mammut Men's Nordwand 2.1 High Boot might be overkill for your summer ascent of New Hampshire's Mount Washington, but it'll be the boot you want if you're headed to the Himalayas or venturing up Denali. Mammut's newest alpine boot, the Nordwand is a 2-in-1 super-gaiter boot that boasts a carefully-considered design to maximize warmth, capitalize on comfort, and deliver solid and sure climbing in the world's highest mountain ranges.

The gaiter of the Nordwand is made with a tough, wear-resistant material to handle the wear and tear intrinsic to climbing alpine ice and rock, and it's reinforced with a full-wrap rubber rand for additional protection from the rugged alpine environments the Nordwand was built for. Mammut even added its Chimney ventilation system to help ensure good breathability and limit sweat accumulation. The inner boot is insulated with Thinsulate Ultra insulation, making the boot capable of keeping your foot warm in temperatures down to -31 degrees Fahrenheit.

Mammut designed the Nordwand 2.1 around its Easy Entry System, which allows the boot to be taken on and off with gloves on, so you don't have to expose your fingers to the cold after an already cold day on the ropes. Ensuring a secure and comfortable fit, the inner boot houses a wide hook-and-loop power strap, Boa closure system, and drawcord lace closure. The inner boot is composed of a synthetic leather, which is nearly identical to traditional nubuck leather, except lighter. Mammut's patented carbon insole is double insulated for increased warmth and sits above a stiff, light, and compressed Poro wedge midsole and Vibram Teton sole for a good dampening properties and climbing feel that's hard to beat.

  • 2-in-1 boot built for technical mountaineering and expeditions
  • Super gaiter handles the wear-and-tear intrinsic to ice and rock
  • Inner boot built with Boa closure for quick on-and-off
  • Thinsulate insulation has a -31F temperature rating
  • Chimney Ventilation reduces moisture buildup and improves insulation
  • Carbon Innersole maintains stiff rigidity without added weight
  • Vibram Teton rubber sole outfitted with automatic crampon compatibility
  • Item #MAM00J7

Upper Material
synthetic leather
Waterproofing
Gore-Tex membrane
Insulation
Thinsulate Ultra
Removable Liner
yes
Temperature Rating
-31F
Closure
[inner boot] Boa, Power Strap, [outer gaiter] zipper
Last
Mountaineering Tech
Footbed
Mammut double-insulated carbon
Midsole
Poro wedge
Sole
Vibram Teton
Style
super-gaiter boot
Crampon Compatibility
step-in, strap-on
Claimed Weight
[single, size 9.5] 2 lb 8.9 oz
Recommended Use
alpine & expedition
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Great first impressions

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
10.5
Height
5` 7"
Weight
150 lbs

I tried out these boots along with four other options. Liked them in the following order: 5) Arcteryx Acrux - Extremely narrow, fit was terrible, snaps would likely not work in cold/snow, otherwise not a bad design. Wouldn't work as designed though. 4) Scarpa 6000 - Didn't like the wonky zipper design. Felt cheaper than the price point. Didn't seem bad, but other options seemed better. 3) Boreal Siula - These would be a great budget option. A bit heavy and would take some getting used to the lacing system, but not bad at all. 2) La Sportiva G2 SM - The boot itself is very good. The liner is absolutely terrible and actually painful to wear with a nasty pinch point at the top of the foot at the ankle. I did try them with the Scarpa 6000 liners and they'd be great boots with that setup. 1) Mammut Nordwand - These were the top choice out of all the options I tried. It was a toss up between these and the Sportivas (with a different liner). I ultimately went with the Nordwands because they felt a tad more comfortable and I really like the higher integrated gaiter. The Sportivas felt like they'd need a gaiter over them, but the Mammuts won't. Haven't had a chance to try out the Mammuts in a real environment yet, but will take them up Mt Elbrus this year. Looking forward to putting them to use.

>Rating: 4

Nice boot overall

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
12
Height
5` 11"
Weight
195 lbs

Upgrading from a plastic double boot these were much more comfortable and flexible. Two climbs of Mt. Katahdin on back to back days around 0°F they kept my temperature regulated and unblistered. Hoping to put them on some vertical ice and see how they do. I wear 11.5 to 12 and the 12 gives me plenty of room. Wide toe box! I have wide feet and these fit fantastic. Only reason I didnt rate 5 stars is the fact that after one 4 day trip the rubber covering the zippers on both boots is starting to separate where the boot flexes. Also the outer layer on the seam tape in the built in gaiter is starting to rub off a little by the BOA closure (the BOA is incredible, doesnt loosen up at all) Hopefully backcountry will let me know if mammut has had any zipper trouble after reading this review.

>Rating: 2

Very bad experience in Aconcagua

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
9
Height
5` 7"
Weight
154 lbs

I bought this boots on July 2017. Nice, comfortable and warm boots. On February 2019 I went to Aconcagua, and on the summit day, the zipper broke. Very bad experience with a freezing climate.

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Hi, what is the dimension of the package? Thank you!

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Does anyone have any thoughts on how warm this boot would be compared to either the La Sportiva G2 SM, or Spantik?