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  • Single-piece 3mm suede leather uppers remain resilient in demanding conditions; HS12 tanning treatment adds water resistance and speeds dry time
  • Sock-Fit technology delivers a low-volume fit over the instep to enhance freedom of movement and save 0.5 Ibs. from the regular Mont Blanc GTX version
  • Stretch Gore-Tex®linings with integrated gaiters keep your feet warm and dry so you can focus on the technical task at hand
  • Boot design facilitates dynamic flex and natural movement in uppers while maintaining a solid, stable platform underfoot; close-to-toe lacing provides a snug, responsive fit
  • Insulated Comfort polyester fibers and Pro-Fiber insoles create a barrier between your feet and the cold ground and air, helping to keep your feet warm
  • Sturdy polyurethane midsoles and supportive nylon shanks absorb shock without compromising sensitivity
  • Extended rand wraps the entire boot for increased protection against bumps and abrasion while rear heel slings lock heels in for secure performance
  • Vibram® rubber outsoles on the Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro GTX Mountaineering Boots ensure superb trail traction
  • Automatic and semi-automatic crampon compatible
  • Boots can be resoled

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Specs

Best Use Mountaineering
Footwear Height Mid-calf
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Waterproof Yes
Upper Suede/S-Tech fabric
Lining Gore-Tex
Insulated Yes
Insulation Insulated Comfort polyester fibers
Midsole Polyurethane
Support Nylon shank
Outsole Vibram rubber
Can Be Resoled Yes
Crampon Compatibility Step-in
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 4 pounds
Gender Men's

Size chart

Sizing notes

Rock Shoes: Scarpa recommends you downsize 1/2 to 2 full sizes from street shoe size, though downsizing depends on shoe model, intended use and personal preference. Mountaineering: Scarpa recommends you upsize 1/2 size or more depending on desired fit. Scarpa plastic mountaineering boots are based on the UK sizing scale. Ski Boots: All Scarpa ski bootsare measured in Mondo sizing.Highlighted (or not) sizes share the same shell size; the liners are lasted for each 1/2 size. Some skiers may want to downsize up to 1 full Mondo size, depending upon personal preference.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly as Advertised Dry, warm, and comfortable is how this boot is advertised, and that is exactly what you get. They were comfortable out of the box. I moved from La Sportiva to Scarpa about six years ago as I like the slightly wider toe box. I've been using the Charmoz but wanted a more technical boot. My first use of these boots were for two days of waterfall ice climbing (up to WI 3+/4-). With a winter sock I had reasonably warm feet while belaying. I'm thrilled with the climbing performance. Currently I'm doing long training hikes as I prep for summer routes and the boot is very comfortable. I wear a 10.5 running shoe and purchased size 44/10.5; perfect fit. Looking forward to wearing these in the Alps next summer!
Date published: 2016-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Boots! Having progressive foot trouble where I can only wear full shank mountaineering boots for everything, I am quite pleased with the women's version of this boot (not available for review on REI yet). These boots are perfect for NW alpine climbing, fully automatic cranponable and very responsive to rock. Having tried four different boots due to my feet issues, this boot is amazing out of the box. They feel like a regular hiking boot, zero break in time, the built in gaitors are a nice touch and alleviate the laces from loosening. My feet literally felt as good after a 7.5 mile 3100' gain hike today as they did when I put them on in the store. Considering my loose toe joint-flat feet issues, this says a lot. I have been miserable in anything other than high altitude mountaineering boots for the past 2 years. They are relatively light weight for what they are and I can honestly say the best boots I have ever bought out of the box. That said, I am compelled to write a review and give 5 stars. The price is a sticker shock, but they are worth every penny.
Date published: 2015-05-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great boots I tried both La Sportiva Nepal EVO and Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro in the snow. La Sportiva Nepal EVO boots are heavier, but warmer and sturdier. The Grivel G12 crampons fit perfectly on them. I really love those boots. However, I feel severe pressure from the top of the heel bone when edging or going uphill. The pain is so unbearable that I have to give them up. Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro boots fit wide feet better. They are light and very comfortable. The elastic tongues and less stiffer soles contribute to the comfort. However, the Grivel G12 crampons fit a little looser on them. The main problem I have with them is snow builds up easily on the tongues. Because the tongues are not insulated, the snow soon becomes ice and makes my feet freezing cold. I contacted Scarpa about this. They suggested me using gaiters or trying not to allow ice to build up underneath the laces. But I am not aware of any gaiters cover the lower tongues, and simply have no idea how to prevent snow or ice from building up on the tongues. Overall, I like the Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro boots, but is still worrying about the tongue problem.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mt. Shasta hike I bought these mountaineering boots for my Mt. Shasta hike this summer
Date published: 2017-06-04
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'86 broke R ankle 3 days from discharge navy Norfolk, ADK trip back to jersey gone,'06 blew L achilles, still dream about the trail, want pure protection 4 feet, an 18 hr boot, don't see vasques from then, open to sugg, just don't tell me to stay home

Asked by: imbiggeryoumove
If you are planning on cold mountaineering adventures where you would need an insulated mountaineering boot, the Mont Blanc will be a great choice. If you are just doing multi-day backpacking trips they are probably going to be overkill. The Scarpa Fuego Hiking Boots would be another good choice that can be used for both regular backpacking trips and mountaineering. http://www.rei.com/product/874177/scarpa-fuego-hiking-boots-mens
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-30

Does this boot have a full shank? Abnd what is the difference between the Mont Blanc GTX and the Mont Blanc Pro GTX?

Asked by: Kate B
This boot uses a polyurethane insert that covers ¾ the length of the boot. The Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro GTX is lighter than the non-Pro version, and the Pro has an integrated gaiter on the boot.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-16

Where can you resole boots like these?

Asked by: toani78
REI uses the services of a cobbler that can answer your questions; https://www.rei.com/stores/repairs/non-fabric-repair.html
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-13

Will the Petzel sarken campons fit this boot?

Asked by: supermatt
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Please select a color/size.

Size chart

Sizing notes

Rock Shoes: Scarpa recommends you downsize 1/2 to 2 full sizes from street shoe size, though downsizing depends on shoe model, intended use and personal preference. Mountaineering: Scarpa recommends you upsize 1/2 size or more depending on desired fit. Scarpa plastic mountaineering boots are based on the UK sizing scale. Ski Boots: All Scarpa ski bootsare measured in Mondo sizing.Highlighted (or not) sizes share the same shell size; the liners are lasted for each 1/2 size. Some skiers may want to downsize up to 1 full Mondo size, depending upon personal preference.

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly as Advertised Dry, warm, and comfortable is how this boot is advertised, and that is exactly what you get. They were comfortable out of the box. I moved from La Sportiva to Scarpa about six years ago as I like the slightly wider toe box. I've been using the Charmoz but wanted a more technical boot. My first use of these boots were for two days of waterfall ice climbing (up to WI 3+/4-). With a winter sock I had reasonably warm feet while belaying. I'm thrilled with the climbing performance. Currently I'm doing long training hikes as I prep for summer routes and the boot is very comfortable. I wear a 10.5 running shoe and purchased size 44/10.5; perfect fit. Looking forward to wearing these in the Alps next summer!
Date published: 2016-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Boots! Having progressive foot trouble where I can only wear full shank mountaineering boots for everything, I am quite pleased with the women's version of this boot (not available for review on REI yet). These boots are perfect for NW alpine climbing, fully automatic cranponable and very responsive to rock. Having tried four different boots due to my feet issues, this boot is amazing out of the box. They feel like a regular hiking boot, zero break in time, the built in gaitors are a nice touch and alleviate the laces from loosening. My feet literally felt as good after a 7.5 mile 3100' gain hike today as they did when I put them on in the store. Considering my loose toe joint-flat feet issues, this says a lot. I have been miserable in anything other than high altitude mountaineering boots for the past 2 years. They are relatively light weight for what they are and I can honestly say the best boots I have ever bought out of the box. That said, I am compelled to write a review and give 5 stars. The price is a sticker shock, but they are worth every penny.
Date published: 2015-05-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great boots I tried both La Sportiva Nepal EVO and Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro in the snow. La Sportiva Nepal EVO boots are heavier, but warmer and sturdier. The Grivel G12 crampons fit perfectly on them. I really love those boots. However, I feel severe pressure from the top of the heel bone when edging or going uphill. The pain is so unbearable that I have to give them up. Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro boots fit wide feet better. They are light and very comfortable. The elastic tongues and less stiffer soles contribute to the comfort. However, the Grivel G12 crampons fit a little looser on them. The main problem I have with them is snow builds up easily on the tongues. Because the tongues are not insulated, the snow soon becomes ice and makes my feet freezing cold. I contacted Scarpa about this. They suggested me using gaiters or trying not to allow ice to build up underneath the laces. But I am not aware of any gaiters cover the lower tongues, and simply have no idea how to prevent snow or ice from building up on the tongues. Overall, I like the Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro boots, but is still worrying about the tongue problem.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mt. Shasta hike I bought these mountaineering boots for my Mt. Shasta hike this summer
Date published: 2017-06-04
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Questions & Answers

'86 broke R ankle 3 days from discharge navy Norfolk, ADK trip back to jersey gone,'06 blew L achilles, still dream about the trail, want pure protection 4 feet, an 18 hr boot, don't see vasques from then, open to sugg, just don't tell me to stay home

Asked by: imbiggeryoumove
If you are planning on cold mountaineering adventures where you would need an insulated mountaineering boot, the Mont Blanc will be a great choice. If you are just doing multi-day backpacking trips they are probably going to be overkill. The Scarpa Fuego Hiking Boots would be another good choice that can be used for both regular backpacking trips and mountaineering. http://www.rei.com/product/874177/scarpa-fuego-hiking-boots-mens
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-30

Does this boot have a full shank? Abnd what is the difference between the Mont Blanc GTX and the Mont Blanc Pro GTX?

Asked by: Kate B
This boot uses a polyurethane insert that covers ¾ the length of the boot. The Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro GTX is lighter than the non-Pro version, and the Pro has an integrated gaiter on the boot.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-16

Where can you resole boots like these?

Asked by: toani78
REI uses the services of a cobbler that can answer your questions; https://www.rei.com/stores/repairs/non-fabric-repair.html
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-13

Will the Petzel sarken campons fit this boot?

Asked by: supermatt
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