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Phantom Tech Mountaineering Boot - Men's

4.666666666666667 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews

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Why We Like The Phantom Tech Mountaineering Boot

Scarpa's Men's Phantom Tech Mountaineering Boot is a solid choice for everything from standard mountaineering to hardcore ice climbing. It has a waterproof, breathable HDry membrane that's laminated to a combination of PU Tek and S-Tech fabrics, making it about as burly and waterproof as any cold weather mountaineering boot on the market. A new addition to the Phantom Tech is Scarpa's flex seal gaiter with a spiraling zipper closure that helps eliminate stress points as the boot flexes forward, making the Phantom more comfortable when hiking and climbing. Beneath the burly waterproof gaiter lies a Primaloft insulated boot with carbon fiber insole and EVA cushioning for support on terrain steep and moderate. A microporous EVA midsole adds gently cushioning to the boot without interfering with its overall feel, while a lightweight Vibram Precision Tech Roll provides a durable yet light sole to the boot. The Phantom Tech is also compatible with automatic and semi-automatic crampons, so you can enjoy extra grip whether you're traveling across glaciers or front-pointing up ice.


  • Scarpa's lightest, most sensitive boot for demanding ice climbs
  • Integrated gaiter features waterproof protection and a snug fit
  • Spiraling zipper eliminates stress points as the boot flexes
  • Primaloft insulated inner boot feels surprisingly warm
  • Vibram Precision Tech Roll sole includes cushioning, traction, durability, and semi-automatic or automatic crampon compatibility
  • Item #SCR009J
Upper Material
Microtech + Micropile
Primaloft 100
carbon fiber + EVA + Aerogel
Vibram Precision Tech Roll / Mont
Crampon Compatibility
automatic, semi-automatic
Claimed Weight
1lb 9oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 3 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

February 16, 2024

Great Boots for Ice Climbing

I've used it several times
Size Bought:

I’ve been out ice climbing 5 days since buying these boots and I couldn’t be more satisfied. I climb in the Adirondacks where temps have been unusually warm and wet (upper teens to low 40’s). My feet are warm and comfortable - no issues with water getting through. The zipper is smooth and easy to use (my older Phantom 6000 were difficult in comparison). I’m an 8 in street shoes but sized up to a 42. I wear thick socks and my feet are slightly on the wide side but I didn’t have any issues with heel lift or slippage. It’s an absolute pleasure to climb in these boots on both steep and low angle ice.

5 out of 5 stars

October 28, 2021

Solid choice

I've put it through the wringer

Solid boot choice into sub zero. Took them out in -5 today and they felt comfortable. Easy to move on mono points, the slim profile makes the boot feel more like a rock shoe.

Will C
4 out of 5 stars

May 16, 2020

Very Light, Questionable Laces

I've used it several times
Size Bought:

I had to size down 1/2 from my Phantom Guides, but these seem like great boots so far. The beefy sole is back and they are crazy light (apx. 180g lighter per boot than my Guides). My concern is with the laces. Mine came with regular laces, not the cord and camlock of previous boots, and while that system had its drawbacks, these don't seem tough enough to last, and aren't as good at securing my foot. Plus, if they do break, they'll be a real bear to replace. Time will tell I guess.

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Mitch D