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SCARPA Ribelle Lite HD Mountaineering Boots

$389.00
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Hike Like You Mean It

Whether you’re picking your way down scree fields or treading lightly on mixed terrain, the SCARPA Ribelle Lite HD boot contains features to handle it all, without sacrificing comfort and mobility. The Dynamic Tech Roll System keeps your ankles in place, with the ability to bend as needed, while the DTS system includes a rocker profile under the toe box to make your steps a little more spry, increasing your efficiency in the long haul. Feel supported by more than your hiking buddies, with the PU midsole, for when the trails get a little tricky and balance becomes imperative. The Vibram outsole keeps your feet on the ground, while the HDry membrane breathes without letting moisture in. Lightweight mountain objectives should be paired with the appropriate lightweight footwear, and this boot is ready when you are.

Features

  • 37.5® Technology keeps air circulation for your feet
  • TPU heel insert allows use with semi-automatic crampons
  • Full-boot lace-up system for customizable fit
  • Enhanced rocker profile makes walking more efficient
  • Dual-density PU midsole for optimal support and traction
  • Synthetic upper for a flexible and blister-free fit
  • HDry waterproof breathable membrane for temperature regulation

Specs

  • Weight Reference: 655g; 1lb 7.1oz (1/2 pair size 42)
  • Upper Material: Nylon L-Tech & Mirotech
  • Lining Material: HDry® direct lamination +37.5®
  • Midsole Material: 2D PU + TPU
  • Outsole Material: Vibram® Pentax Precision XT / Mont
  • Insole Material: Pro Fiber Roll
  • Primary Material: Synthetic
  • Crampon Compatibility: Yes
  • Waterproof-Breathable: Yes

 

8pt.jpg Important Warning for California Residents: This product may expose you to chemicals including hexavalent chromium, formaldehyde, and perfluorinated compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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