We love classic routes, like the Trois Sommets on Mont Blanc or the North Ridge of Mount Baker. Long, beautiful position, varied climbing. The Mont Blanc Pro GTX takes our latest innovations – like SCARPA Sock-Fit DV, RIBS PU ribbing, and our integrated gaiter – and crafts them into our classic alpine boot. Sock-Fit workmanship lowers the volume over the instep, giving these a more nimble, modern feel. The PU ribbing, injected directly into the stretch-mesh Schoeller® tongue, disperses lace pressure for a plush, sunrise-sunset fit. Ice to snow to mixed, women or men, enjoy a modernized classic in the Mont Blanc Pro GTX.
• Upper: 3mm Suede & S-Tech Fabric
• Lining: Gore-Tex Insulated Comfort Footwear
• Insole: Pro-Fiber XT20
• Midsole: PU/TPU PU
• Sole: Vibram® Total Traction
• Last: NAG
• Weight: 910g; 2lb (1/2 pair size 42)
A fabric developed specially for SCARPA®.
A high-tenacity textile - hard-wearing, waterproof, breathable fabric.
The soles are built with materials which are able to absorb negative impact with the ground, reducing stress to the lower limbs and exploiting to the utmost the energy used during the activity.
Flex area that allows the natural movement of the ankle while walking.
Heel support system for better lateral stability.
Ergonomic padded collar for a perfect ankle wrapping.
Lacing system that allows a quick lace adjustment for a perfect wrapping of the foot and ankle.
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
Tpu insert for crampons automatic adjustment
Tpu insert with differentiated thickness. Ribs on the forefoot for flex control.
Shock-absorbing pu insert on the heel with differentiated thickness
Pu shock absorbing frontal insert with differentiated thicknesses for better stability and maximum Propulsion.
Rupert Edward Cecil Lee Guinness (of both Guinness World Record and the Dublin-brewed dark ale fame) established the Scarpa footwear company in the late 1930s, in order to give a future to skilled Italian craftsmen in leather processing. Translated from its Italian acronym, S.C.A.R.P.A stands for Association of Footwear Manufacturers from the area of Asolo.
By the mid-1950s, three brothers hired by Scarpa were able to take ownership, and brought the traditions of their land, their culture, and their beliefs into the business. After an Italian-American in Boston showcased the quality of his footwear to his coworkers, the North American market opened up, and production went from 10,000 pairs to 120,000 pairs within 5 short years.