A lightweight, waterpoof, comfortable and versatile alpine boot.
The Mammut Cirrus GTX®
are fully waterproof, lightweight synthetic walking boots that are soft and comfortable whilst offering greater protection than a shoe - making them ideal for travel or walking.
The waterproof GORE-TEX® Extended Comfort lining keeps water out of the boot whilst allowing perspiration vapour to escape, so your feet stay dry and comfortable in any weather. This means the upper can have plenty of mesh panels which makes the boots very light and stops your feet from getting too hot.
Mammut have used their Base Fit® lacing technology to stop your feet slipping and causing blisters as well as transferring power from the laces directly to the sole so you get a better feel for the terrain underfoot. A 360o
heel support holds the rear of the foot steady and protects from bumps or abrasion from rocks.
The board-lasted sole is cushioned with an EVA wedge and has Rolling Concept® design which encourages natural foot flex and support to reduce fatigue and improve comfort. The outsole is made from durable Vibram rubber with a grippy Reptilia tread pattern.
An excellent lightweight boot for low-level walking, the Cirrus GTX® will keep your feet dry and secure in any weather and are especially comfortable in warmer conditions.
||Leather and Synthetic
|Weight Per Pair (g):
||Soft, for low level walks on defined trials
||Standard Lace Up
||B0 - not suitable for crampons
Excellent so far, 22 October 2013
By cbgarf (Bristol)
Was looking for a really lightweight pair of walking boots for long distance multi day hikes. Went in the store and tried these on and they fit like a glove. More like trainers than standard heavy boots. Due to their lightweight nature I was worried about their waterproof ability but on a 17 mile hike at the weekend in long wet grass, through many streams and some very heavy sustained rain on my local hill range they stood up very well. My socks were totally dry and feet were very comfy the whole trip. I'm about to embark on a 3 dayer in North Wales so we'll see how they deal with those terrible bogs over a sustained period!
very happy, 21 September 2013
By chunky (newcastle upon tyne)
very light,comfortable, and fully waterproof.
Not for heavy trekking, 20 June 2013
By Outdoor Man (Plymouth)
As I use my Mammut T Aenergy GTX boots for hiking, I actually use the Cirrus for work. Very comfortable to wear all day, I walk for 8-12 hours a day in them around my store, 5 days a week so they get a lot of use albeit in an indoor environment. Have used them outdoors and the Goretex membrane worked fine in the rain keeping my feet warm and dry. Don't think they would be suffice or last long hiking the moors though. despite the price. The mesh uppers are a bit flimsy. My rating is for what I use them for, but I would probably give them three stars if used extensively for hiking. My T Aenergy GTX's and my Salomon Cosmic 4D GTX's are far more robust and superior but more expensive