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Mammut
Nordwand 6000 High Mountaineering Boot - Men's

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$760.00
Color:Black/Arumita

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Why We Like The Mammut Nordwand 6000 High Mountaineering Boot

When miles of harsh conditions stand between us and the peak we desire, we kit up with Mammut's Nordwand 6000 High Mountaineering Boot. Vibram's low-profile Litebase tech and the rigid carbon insole save grams without sacrificing performance for an ultralight double boot that's as hungry for the summit as we are. When things get technical, the full crampon compatible design lets us approach mixed routes with the security of automatic crampons. From waist deep powder to crumbling ice, the toasty liner and double-insulted footbed hold in heat and the robust waterproof gaiter blocks out the wet, keeping our feet comfortably dry through it all.


Details

  • Light, fully crampon-compatible boot for mountaineering missions
  • Strong, flexible Carbitex material for resilient performance
  • Light, low-profile insulation provides wet-weather warmth
  • Step-in crampon compatible for optimal stability on technical tours
  • Vibram Litebase sole saves weight yet retains lasting grip
  • Double-insulated carbon insole traps heat and increases support
  • Boa dial allows quick-and-easy on-off and fit adjustments
  • Waterproof gaiter zips out the elements to keep feet dry
  • Item #MAMU5K5
Upper Material
Carbitex, PU Protection
Waterproofing
waterproof construction
Insulation
insulated footbed, insulated liner
Lining
removable
Removable Liner
aluminia insulation
Temperature Rating
-31°F
Closure
[inner boot] Boa Fit System, [gaiter] waterproof zipper
Last
board
Footbed
double-insulated carbon
Sole
Vibram Litebase
Style
double boot
Crampon Compatibility
step-in
Claimed Weight
[US9.5] 2lb 2.9oz
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year
Activity
mountaineering