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Win a pair of Mammut Kento High GTX Mountaineering boots

Versatility is its middle name: The strap-on crampon-compatible, B1 rated, Kento High GTX® boot is made from high-quality nubuck leather and waterproof GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort Footwear Membrane.

Mammut Competition, 27 kb

The Kento High GTX® feels just as at home in diverse mountain hiking terrain as it does on challenging via ferrata routes or moderate mountain tours. This is due to the lightweight Michelin® Alpine Lite 3970 sole, which has been specially developed for alpine activities on rock, ice and snow. The pre-shaped tongue construction and 2-zone lacing support the anatomical shape of the foot and its natural rolling movement.

Weight: 620g

Flex index: B1

Lace system: 2 Zone

Crampon-compatible

, 66 kb

This competition closes on Monday, 24th December

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