One of the best 3 season mountain boots on the market. Effective for anything from backpacking and trekking to Winter hill walking.
- Gore-Tex lining - waterproof and breathable
- Vibram MT-Traction sole
- Memory foam technology
- Ortholite footbed
- Internal Motion Control Concept
Given a '1st' award by Trail Magazine, the half height classic MT Trail are built, as the name suggests, for the mountains and the trails.
Flexible and strong, the MT Trail offer supreme lateral support to avoid ankle rolling, whilst the special Mammut® Motion-Control System keeps your form perfect, even as you head back to the approach.
The Men's Mammut Mountaint Trail XT GTX Walking Boots are a high quality pair of walking boots that provide waterproof, windproof and highly breathable due to its GORE-TEX® Performance lining.
The Men's Mammut MT Trail GTX boots are classic nubuck leather boots designed for backpacking, trekking and harder trails.
Designed with natural leather combined with a GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort inner lining for weatherproofing, the Mammut MT Trail GTX are ideal for use in the cold and as your feet heat after hour upon hour of wearing.
Gripping and cushioned with a Vibram® MT-Traction sole as well as a PU wedge, the MT Trail benefit from a capable TPU insert, all at a low weight for easy packing on those long trips.
||Padded, Memory Foam
|Weight Per Pair (g):
||Memory foam system
||Mid-stiffness for backpacking and trekking
||Standard Lace Up
||B1 - suitable for C1 crampons
|Ideal Crampon Rating:
||C1 - flexible walking crampons
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mammut gtx, 11 December 2014
absolutely horrendous..i strongly advise nobody to buy these boots..sole had it after 10 months.....wear and tear the diagnosis....I went in for a pair of menidles...but the assistant persusded me to go for the mammuts,,bomb proof she said....well the next time im in a war zone ill buy them!!!!! but as for walking.....ive had karrimor boots that have lasted longer....and no refund!!!!!!!!!!!
Easy Fix, 11 December 2014
By Bob (Dunstable)
So I already posted a review of these boots in July 2012. That particular pair was taken back by Go outdoors, sent to Mammut, who agreed to replace them, about September 2012. I am still wearing the replacement, they have just started to let water in on the right toe, but the leather is still good. The leak comes from a broken sole at the toe, and through the degraded mid sole, and of course, straight through the gortex. However, I have used Free Sole to repair that same mid sole problem several times. I believe I have one repair left, but will replace them first so I can let them dry out fully. These boots have been up and down the lakes and the downs, backpacking with my Alaskan Malamutes and used for a minimum of 2 hours a day every day, but sometimes for 3 day treks. But I think it is the forest wear that started the midsole problem for me. Sticks poking into the side, etc. But for £20 on free sole shoe glue, a free replacement, I am 3 years on with a serviceable pair of boots. Others I have tried before these failed in a much more critical way that could not be repaired. I now feel I got my moneys worth. I still have a few makes of boot that are not on my avoid list. I appreciate they replaced them, but if Mammut fixed the midsole issue I would be a loyal repeat customer. Having read some other reviews about the hole in the gortex caused by big toe nail wear, I see I am going to have to find something hard wearing to stick on the inside of a new pair to allow their replacement if I need to take them back.
alot of money to be in pain, 26 November 2014
By vampybabe (devon)
I initially went in go outdoors to buy a pair of monolith gtx but after chatting to one of the guys there he said they were the wrong type of boot for what I was planning to do so I took his advice and looked at others, I didnt really want leather ones but he said to try them to see what I think, they felt lovely, on walking up and down the store they felt great, so £££ later I left the store happy with my new purchase, around the house they were also comfy but.... once outside across fields and steeper walks I was in agony, they rubbed at the back of the heel, even with compeed bllister plasters I can no longer wear them with out limping, gutted as now its either a case of them staying in the box or trying to sell and losing money. And im back to square one looking for a new pair. :(
Falling to pieces after 13 months and hardly worn, 10 October 2014
By reece (Manchester)
Bought these boots 12 months and 3 weeks ago after much debate about what to spend my money on.
I previously had a pair of Raichle boots which are now renamed Mammut. These boots lasted me for years and years and i went everywhere in them. South America, New Zealand, USA, Scotland etc.
I loved the fit and comfort of the Mammut boots and was expecting them to last at least 4-5 years. Especially as they are not cheap.
Ive not done any serious hiking in them and would predict they have only covered 150 miles max.
However as i was cleaning them last week i noticed the heel was splitting and cracking.
A common fault it seems.
Took them back to Go Outdoors and didnt expect any issues. The guy said 'WOW they still look brand new, but your past your 1 year guarantee.'
Best boot I've ever owned, 12 September 2014
These boots are the best boot I've ever had by far. I've had them 4 years now and done everything from fishing shooting to walking miles and climbing in them and have never let me down once. I've been out in deep snow, rain, mud and on concrete, rock, soil and sand, they've even been my work boot (farming and tree surgery). I would quite happily pay double the price I gave for them, just hope Mammut haven't changed the design of them. Keep them dubbed up and they'll last you a long time!!!