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Scarpa Mont Blanc GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's

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Slipper-like on the approach and talon-like on the ascent.

For winter warriors of all types, we present the Scarpa Men’s Mont Blanc GTX Mountaineering Boot—a sure-footed choice for meandering through the mountains or bagging burly summits. The Mont Blanc offers a classic mountaineering design combined with the protection of technical Gore-Tex waterproof breathable materials. Lace up this versatile boot, and experience unmatched comfort and flexibility during your approach without sacrificing steep-terrain stability.

  • Scarpa Ergo Fit allows for increased forward ankle mobility while climbing and controls lateral range to protect your ankle in rocky, rugged terrain
  • A lightweight TPU midsole is thicker directly underfoot and thinner at the toe and heel to support comfortable approaches
  • The Total Traction sole and the Pro Fibre insole have enough flexibility for long approaches but maintain enough stiffness to support Crampomatic crampons
  • This stiff but slightly forgiving Pro Fibre insole matches the midsole flexibility and allows a small degree of longitudinal flex for comfort
  • Upper cuffs use integrated gaiters to lock out the snow and trail debris

Solid boots

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

Gifted these to my boyfriend, ice season is just around the corner and he was in need of a new pair. He's stoked about the Mont Blancs, knows they'll keep his toes warm and dry and is excited to take them out on some technical routes. He tried them on in the house, loves how stiff they are and loves how well they fit with his BD crampons.

dangerous sole!!! rubbish waterproofing

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 43

very slippery on wet rock !!!( nearly took 30m fall because of it) not like my old Scarpa Manta B3 boots.
also soaked though after 3h walking in wet snow !!
my recon bad stitching or bad waterproofing.
overall useless as winter boots, very disappointed

Great Boot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

These are my first mountaineering boots so I don't have anything to compare them to but I have worn them several times and my feet have never gotten wet or even moist at all, they also have only gotten a little cold on the coldest days (0 degree temps). I would definitely recommend these boots to everyone. Got these in my regular shoe size and they have been a really good fit.

Sending Ice Boots!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Light, breathable and great heel/toe bails for serious ice endeavors.

Sending Ice Boots!

Need Advice

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 43

Hey Fellow Gear Junkies. Planning a summit of Kilimanjaro via Western Breach later this year. I typically have cold feet, and sleep cold. Im probably going to climb in approach shoes for the first few days, then switch to Mont Blancs, however having never owned them im wondering how they climb. Any ideas on how comfortable they would be, doing a couple 8 hour days, slogging up scree, snow and rock? Or are they crazy stiff like my old Scarpa Invernos. I might go with my Asolo Fugitives, but as there is no insulation...
Thanks Guys!

Out of the box and onto the mountain

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 47

I purchased these boots for a climb up Mt. Rainier via DC. Having worn them only a handful of times before setting out, I was nervous. Come to find, they were incredibly comfortable. Hammering the pace and climbing with speed, these boots posed no restrictions. Good fit, good feel, easy use with crampons.

Great boots, just not for my feet

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 13

These boots are bomb proof. The build quality was beyond excellent, they are warm and stiff enough to ice climb well below freezing. The toe-box was nice and wide. The lacing system was pretty slick and allowed for several different zones to vary the tightness as they are laced.

The only reason I sent them back is because they were too wide in the heel. I have EXTREMELY wide feet across the toes (bunions to boot) and so I had to order an extra size up to get the width I needed, but they ended up being too sloppy around my heel. The inside of the uppers also has zero padding, so if you have bunions like me, they just rub against hard leather.

I wanted these boots to fit, but they just didn't work for my foot. They are incredible boots and I would definitely recommend that people try them as an option. It's just all about that fit!

I settled on a pair of La Sportiva Nepal Cubes, they fit a little narrower in the heel and had the toe room I needed, plus are padded, so they fit like a dream. If you have wide feet like me, I'd try these Mont Blanc's first, and if they don't fit, try the Nepal Cubes!

So, the Nepal Cubes have a wide toebox like the Scarpa boots but have a narrow heel?

Glacier Ice

    Mendenhall Glacier, Juneau, AK . Comfy and warm boots.

    Glacier Ice

    Good fit warm toes

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    Warm and dry boot that does well on vertical ice. They feel a little bit narrow but overall I'm happy with the fit. I haven't had any issues with the heel pocket (a problem people have mentioned before).



    I bought a size 42 in this boot

    Size 10 Moccasym

    Size 41 Mythos

    Does the job on 14'ers & Vertical Ice

      Ultimately, choose a boot based on what fits your foot. If this one fits, grab it!



      I've worn the Scarpa Mont Blanc on everything from easy walk-up 14ers (Quandary in CO), to ice-routes in Ouray, and on Matterhorn's Liongrat. The boot climbs surprisingly well on steep rock, confidently locks you in to step-in crampons, and is comfortable enough to spend days in.



      I haven't worn the boots in weather colder than 25 degrees - as others have mentioned, you might want a double boot if that's what you're shooting for. If it's a bit warmer, this is a killer boot.



      Pros: Reasonable price (if you can find it on sale), comfortable, secure welts for fitting step-in crampons, seemed amazingly waterproof.



      Cons: Could be lighter, probably not the best boot for really cold climate mountaineering.

      Does the job on 14'ers & Vertical Ice

      Scarpa Mont Blanc GTX Boot - Men's

        Didn't fit my foot

          While it felt good at first, I found that the heel slipped and the toes jammed in size 46. At 45.5, the heel was okay, but the toes jammed still. Maybe your foot will fit.

          What size shoe, and what size boot, do you typically wear?

          45.5 is a good bet for me. 46 is typically too big, though not always. 45 will often be too small for the bunionette /6th toe, though not always. Perhaps the 45 would work for me in this boot, but they didn't have that size available at the time...

          Standard

            I have worn these boots for six seasons of ice climbing in New Hampshire and Vermont (100+ days), climbing ice up to WI5 (only a small amount of mixed). These boots are in excellent shape, with only two (relevant) signs of wear. The nylon eyelets (where lace rubs directly on fabric) have started to fray through and I have recently begun to notice a slight amount of flex in the sole. Otherwise these boots are holding strong. I have never gotten blisters in them and have avoided cold toes (with dry socks and toe warmers) in temps down to -20F.

            Very happy

              Everywhere you go people talk about the La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTX. Too bad they are for narrow feet. I tried the scarpas because they have a wider toe box. With aftermarket footbeds these things are so comfortable. My past hiking boots have destroyed my feet and caused nerve damage between my toes. thank god for a company that gives a wider option and great quality to go along with it. I am very happy with these boots.

              I am in the same boat! Went with these instead of the evos for the width. Put some super feet in them. Killer combo.

              Are you sure about that?
              I tried the Mont Blanc GTX Pros because everyone said they were the go to for people with wide toe boxes.
              I tried on a size 10.5 and 11 (I'm a size 9.5-10 4E in normal shoes) and they were still too narrow in the toe box.
              In fact, The Nepal Evo Gtx size 11s were wider than the Mont Blancs, so I was like wtf???
              I would not say that these have a wider toe box than the Nepal Evo Gtx. I had to return both because they were too narrow, but the Mont Blanc's were the more narrow (in the toe box) of the two.

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