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Mammut Taiss Tour Mid GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's

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Taiss Tour Mid GTX Mountaineering Boot

The Taiss Tour Mid GTX Boot is Mammut's lighter mountaineering boot built for maximum performance in challenging terrain. Gore-Tex gives rugged waterproofing in harsh winter weather, and is still comfortably breathable during summertime alpinism. Mammut's Georganic 3D technology optimizes the upper's fit for outstanding comfort, and Contact Control ensures enhanced mobility on the mountain. Vibram's Ascension Litebase sole reduces weight without taking away any of the traction needed for mountainous ascents, and there's a heel insert for crampons.
  • Lighter mountaineering boot built for maximized performance
  • Gore-Tex gives rugged waterproofing and comfortable breathability
  • Georganic upper optimizes fit while Contact Control gives mobility
  • 2-zone lacing ensures a snug fit that doesn't hinder movement
  • Vibram Ascension Litebase rubber sole with hybrid crampon compatibility
  • Item #MAMU527

Upper Material
microfiber, softshell, mesh
GORE-TEX Performance Comfort
2-zone lacing
mountaineeringTech (board)
PU wedge
Vibram Ascension Litebase
Crampon Compatibility
Claimed Weight
1lb 6oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5


I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
5` 8"
175 lbs

I always test new boots for waterproofness before I decide to keep them. I waded in our local creek with my dog today and they passed the waterproof test. I will add to this after some mountain terrain. I love how light they are. I love that there is no stitching to rub through in the crampon attachment areas. That is one of the most important aspects of a boot to me. I've ruined $300 + boots because the crampon straps rubbed through the stitching in one day. Bummer. I look for these areas now and I won't buy mountaineering boots that have stitching underneath where the crampons attach. These pass with flying colors. Oh yeah, it sort of has a gaiter and I love that the tongue only has one slit/gusset The other side is solid. It makes the tongue comfortable right out of the box. These also have a better warranty than boots costing 2x as much.


Would I need longer crampon center bars with this boot in a size 13?