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Mammut - Women's T Aenergy GTX - Hiking shoes

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Hiking shoes
Recommended use:
Trekking; Hiking; Mountain hiking; Multi-day touring
2-tone polyamide
Inner material:
Gore-Tex Performance Comfort footwear
Vibram Scale sole; EVA heel wedge
1034 g (pair in medium size)
UK 3.5 - 9
rubberized toe cap; pinched style
Item No.:
Product description
Cover miles on backpacking expeditions with the long-lasting durability and comfortable support that the Mammut Women's T Aenergy GTX Boot brings to your foot. Its Gore-Tex Performance Comfort lining gives this boot exquisite waterproofing that leaves the boot with wonderful breathability to keep your foot as comfortable on the tenth mile as it was on the first. The Hybrid Shell blends a sturdy 2Tone PA fabric with softshell to make the boot hard only where necessary, leaving the rest with soft support for enhanced comfort. It also combines two different yarns to create a technically functional boot that's also visually attractive. Mammut added a Liquid Rubber Protection over the synthetic overlays to boost durability.

This boot's Base Fit lacing system provides sliding webbing that transfers the lace's tightness down to the soles for an improved grip, increased safety, and enhanced comfort. The honeycomb-structured 3D-Textile inner material absorbs moisture fast to quickly dry your foot when you work up a sweat hiking under the sun, and Memo Foam covers your instep, shin, and ankle with long-lasting cushioning thanks to its excellent elasticity.

Mammut added an EVA wedge midsole with good damping properties that absorb shock and vibrations to keep your foot comfortable for miles. This boot's rubber toe cap prevents any painful toe-stubbing against stumps and protruding sticks. Its Vibram Scale sole consists of multi-directional mid-height lugs in a scaled arrangement that ensures maximum grip over all kinds of terrain, and its Rolling Concept provides a natural foot roll to prevent fatigue and to help reduce the danger of twisting your ankle in the middle of nowhere.

  • Gore-Tex Performance Comfort, Liquid Rubber Protection
  • Hybrid shell blends 2Tone PA with softshell
  • Base Fit lacing system
  • Memo Foam lining at instep, shin, and ankle
  • EVA wedge midsole
  • Rubber toe cap
  • Vibram Scale sole with Rolling Concept

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Question from Nicole | Stuttgart


ist der Mammut Women's T Aenergy GTX auch steigeisenfest? Nur für eine leichte Gletschertour.

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Johannes | Kirchentellinsfurt
24.07.2015 12:46

Hallo Nicole,

erstmal zu den Begrifflichkeiten. Ein ...

... voll steigeisenfester Schuh hat einen Sohlenrand vorne und hinten, wo das Steigeisen befestigt werden kann. Mit dieser Variante hast Du den besten Sitz. (Beispiel: Mammut - Eiswand GTX - Bergstiefel)

... bedingt steigeisenfester Schuh hat nur einen Sohlenrand hinten. Bitete zwar auch sehr guten Halt, aber das Steigeisen sitzt nicht ganz so satt wie bei einem voll steigeisenfesten Schuh (Beispiel: Mammut - Eisfeld High GTX - Bergschuhe)

... nicht steigeisenfester Schuhe hat keinen Sohlenrand. Diese Schuhe haben meist eine weniger steife Sohle. Steigeisen mit einem Körbchen vorne und hinten kann immer befestigt werden, bietet aber keinen so satten Sitz, vor allem wenn die Sohle eher weich ist.

Der Mammut - Women's T Aenergy GTX fällt in die letzte Kategorie. Somit kannst Du nur bedingt Steigeisen befestigen mit einer Riemchen- oder Körbchenbindung. Für einfach und vor allem flache Gletscherquerungen ist das noch in Ordnung. Sobald es aber anspruchsvoller und steiler wird, wirst Du schnell an die ("Wolhfühl-")Grenze kommen.

Ich hoffe, das hilft Dir weiter.

Dir noch einen sonnigen Tag, gehab Dich wohl!

Nicole | Stuttgart
24.07.2015 12:48

Vielen lieben Dank!

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