All round technical boots, Mammut's new alpine boots the Mt Centry (men) and Mt Centrina (women) have been engineered to offer the precision needed to tackle walking, backpacking, scrambling and Via Ferrata routes, year-round.
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The Mt Centry and Mt Centrina use a combination of nubuck and synthetic leather as well as Dropstop textile so are tough. Being B1 these boots have enough flex to allow the wearer a full day's enjoyable walking or scrambling in the summer as well as adapting well to easy winter conditions. Both boots will also take a flexible walking C1 crampon with strap attachment.
A secure fit is assured through the asymmetric lacing and Base Fit technology. The asymmetric lacing has encompassed the foot's anatomy and as a result places more pressure on big toes giving the wearer greater precision. Mammut's patented Base Fit technology: a lacing configuration which sees laces being anchored at the sole, provides a more snug, bespoke fit, again, giving the wearer greater precision.
What else? Well, as you'd expect, this high-end boot features a water-resistant GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort Footwear membrane and a multifunctional vibram® Maton sole with integrated Climbing Zone.
Mammut has topped this technical offering off with an all-round rubber rand and a lightweight cushioning Poro wedge.
Sizes: 4 - 8.5 for women; 6.5 - 13 for men
Stockist info: 01625 508218, or the website below.
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