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Scarpa Charmoz Pro GTX Mountaineering Boots - Men's
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Rated 4.3333/5 based on 6 reviews
Rated 3out of5
by PuffyfromLacks ankle supportI was looking for a mountaineering boot to use on an upcoming Mountain Goat hunt in Kodiak Alaska. My buddy uses these, so I thought I'd give them a go. Although I thought they were comfortable and very lightweight, I thought that they lacked the ankle support that I will require. If you are looking for a boot that's will provide good support under high weight loads, I don't think this is the boot for you.
Date published: 2014-07-17
Rated 5out of5
by AT AndrewfromGreat for high volume feetI haven't tested them in the field yet and will update when I do but I wanted to leave a review because I'm so happy I found a light mountaineering boot that fit! I have 14/15, wide feet and after searching for several months I was unable to find a boot that fit. These came out recently and I was releived to try them on and find that they fit. I actually tried the 48 first and ended up purchasing the 47.
Date published: 2013-04-06
Rated 5out of5
by c2summitfromAwesome boot, roomy toe boxI've had these since November and have used them on numerous snow climbs, some with very long approaches. The sole is much more stiff than the La Sportiva Trango making it better in crampons, yet they are still very comfortable on approach. I have what I call a "duck foot". Long (size 13), low-volume, normal width at the heel and mid-foot but wide at the toes (just like a duck!). This boot is also wider than the Trango with a roomy toe box. I can't wear the Trangos in any size where the toe box is comfortable. I've tried literally every lightweight mountaineering boot available in the US (from REI & elsewhere) and these are the ones whose fit I found most comfortable. I do have to wear thick socks with a liner to fill some of the space (again, low volume foot) which equates to a bit less sensitivity when climbing, but the trade off is worth it (plus the additional warmth comes in handy on cold days). If you have a generally wide or high volume foot, this would be a non-issue for you. These are very light yet stable with good flexibility in the ankle as to not hamper climbing technique. They don't show any signs of wear after 150+ miles, an all around awesome boot!
Date published: 2014-04-25
Rated 5out of5
by likeagoatfromLove these boots!These fit well out of the box. Wide heel, and great adjustability in the lacing. Stiff enough for most alpine adventures, but too cold and flexible for serious ice.
Date published: 2013-05-20
Rated 4out of5
by SummitbusterfromI love this bootI went to climb Mount Rainier. I have a pair of Asolo Titans that I've used for 3 years. I have always struggled with that boot. We were in Seattle a few days early so we spent time checking fit of products that aren't on the shelves in Boise. I was very impressed with the fit and feel of this boot for approaches and 3 season crampon work. They flex a little. Not good if you need a totally stiff sole. But they don't flex too much so they still adapt readily to crampon use. Anyway, they just felt good so I bought them to start breaking in. I figured I could use them later in the year. I wore them all the next day as we packed gear, got our passes at the ranger lodge, etc. They felt so good that I realized they would work better for me than my three year old Titans. I did the unthinkable. I wore them to the top of Mount Rainier after having bought them two days prior to the climb. They were a little cold but that was to be expected. They did very well. Other climbers were wearing double plastic and more insulated single boots. I am blown away that I had no blisters or hot spots. I will keep all my toe nails. (I used smart wool sock liners and smart wool mountaineering socks. Also replaced stock boot liner with a "SOLE" liner as in all my shoes) This boot totally blew me away. I only gave it 4 stars because since it is so new I don't know how well it will last. Conditions on the mountain ranged from slush to snow so hard that it squeaked to walk on. They stayed dry and did what I asked them to do. I used Grivel G12 crampons. I'm 220 pounds and with full pack, clothing and gear about 290 pounds. 240 or so for the summit. I ask a lot of my boots and this one really surprised me. I think if this boot fits your feet, it is a great choice for approaches and 14,000 foot peaks in three seasons.
Date published: 2013-06-23
Rated 4out of5
by richallisonfromVery ComfortableThis was not the brand I intended to buy when entering the store. I purchased them because they were a close out and the price was VERY appealing. I must admit I am very impressed with the boot. It was very comfortable from the first hike. I have only worn it three times but so far, I would recommend it very much.
Date published: 2013-05-19
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Scarpa Charmoz Pro GTX Mountaineering Boots - Men's Customer Reviews