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Alpine assault weapon.
Forget about the treeline—the Mammut Men's Magic High GTX Boot will take you above the clouds. This crampon-compatible alpine boot offers the support and weather protection needed for ascents into the alpine, all in a lightweight and comfortable package.
Base Fit 2.0 technology provides greater heel support for a more precise feel, less fatigue, and reduced blistering. Gore-Tex keeps you foot dry without suffocating it, while the EVA and PU midsole cushions your step as you cross jagged terrain and provides rebound to propel you forward. Memory foam at the instep, shin, and ankles eases strain and fatigue at common pressure points, and returns to its original shape after being subjected to heavy loads.
- Lightweight, yet supportive alpine boot
- Fully crampon compatible for technical ascents
- Gore-Tex provides breathable waterproofing
- Base Fit 2.0 for greater heel support and reduced friction
- 3-zone lacing ensures snug, secure fit
- EVA and PU midsole for lightweight cushioning and rebound
- Durable Vibram Maton sole provides rugged traction
- Q & A
what type of crampon will this accept? What are the tech specs for the shank?
Have boot will climb
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: 9.5 USA
After a good breaking period of 60+ miles over the months leading to my three days on Mt. Shasta last week, the Mammut Magic did everything I wanted it to do. Some fiddling with proper socks and a good breaking period and I have not had problems with the fit. And, I nearly always have problems with fit to due to various foot issues. From stream crossings, very wet snow conditions, some rock scrambling, even a little bouldering, the boot proved worthy. My feet are two greatly different sizes. Even so, I went up a half size from normal and even down a bit in sock thickness. Which proved spot on, warm enough, dry and comfy. Never got cold, never got wet, never even sweated once I had the correct sock combo of thin liner and moderate sock thickness. Upon returning home, the boot shows little signs of having been worn after plenty of miles and three days of snow and rock scrambling on Shasta.
Thank you Backcountry.com.