COMPETITION: WINNER - Win a pair of Scarpa Phantom Tech Boots

by Mountain Boot Company Jan/2017
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WINNER: steveboote

The Scarpa Phantom Tech is the ultimate mountaineering boot and is ideal for all modern alpinism, especially ice fall, mixed and winter mountaineering. Equally at home on the North Face of Ben Nevis and on the routes at White Goods the Phantom Tech is 20% lighter than a traditional leather mountaineering boot and this weight saving is perfect for climbing steep ice and mixed pitches. Scarpa worked in conjunction with Ueli Steck to create the Phantom Tech, bringing decades of world class experience into the design.

Keeping warm and dry is essential when winter climbing, and thanks to an OutDry waterproof lining and Primaloft lining on the inner, combined with the Altitude Footbed, constructed with moulded EVA and Cocona and aluminium this boot ensures youll stay comfortable throughout the day.

Scarpa Phantom Tech, 93 kb

The insole is made out of carbon fibre which gives great torsional control, strength and is light weight. This is teamed with a Vibram 0 Gravity sole unit which provides optimum grip, comfort and pressure distribution.

Key Specifications
Upper: KCN Tech Fabric + S-TECH Fabric + Outdry Membrane
Lining: Breathable Fabric + Win Therm + Mycro tech
Insole: Carbon Fibre
Sole: Vibram 0 Gravity
Last: NAG
Weight:  830g (per ½ pair size 42)

Scarpa Phantom Tech, 87 kb
Scarpa Phantom Tech, 113 kb


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