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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Pity about the soles, 26 June 2015
By surveyorbob59 (Staffordshire)
I had a pair of Raichle boots which were excellent and until Mammut bought them out I was happy. I am on my third pair of these boots, the last two pairs bought at half price from Mammut direct due to complaints about the soles splitting after only a year or so of fairly light use. I stick with them because of the comfort and support but until they sort the sole out I won't be inclined to buy another pair!
Near perfect, 22 April 2015
By Captain Rum (East Anglia)
I don't doubt the negative reviews of these boots, but my experience is very positive. I'm getting on a bit and worn out in parts. Knees gone and a broken foot don't help, so I need a strong and supportive boot. I walk about 70 miles a week in all weathers and on varied terrain and I have to say these boots are pretty good. They're comfortable and, after nearly a year, still very waterproof. I have a broad foot. Well two of them, but you know what I mean, and these boots look after my feet well. I need to be careful on sock choice (nothing too thick) but once I learned that I've grown to really enjoy walking in them. Couple of issues: the lacing could do with being a bit more positive - something like the Meindl locking system; also you have to be pretty precise with the tightness of the lacing otherwise the heel can be a bit sloppy on rough ground, but other than that they are supremely comfortable . Better value than Meindl (my previous choice) and they don't suffer from the Meindl tendency to go slack after a while as the memory foam decides to remember who you are. I'm delighted with them especially at the discounted price.
Very Poor Quality - NOT Rugged, 31 March 2015
By JT (Manchester)
Previous boots (NOT Mammut) lasted about 7 years, including 2 years of pretty heavy use comparable to these boots. Bought these as they were very compfy and rugged looking in store.
The new 'Mammut Mountain boots' lasted approximately 54 days of use (within first 6 months of having them) on paths, grass slopes, dirt tracks and in mountainous areas.
Soles are completely degraded and big toes have worn through on the inside. Now no longer safe to use or fit for purpose as tread is gone on the front half of the sole, as well as completely worn through on both toe ends of the sole.
Apparently this is 'normal wear and tear' and no exchange possible.
For a pair of 'mountain boots' I would say around 54 days of use for £180 is definitely not good value for money and if you don't want to start slipping on rocks after 5 to 6 weeks, buy something else!
slippers out the box, 10 February 2015
By tom (hampshire)
Comfortable out the box decent wide boot very hard to come by nowadays see how they compete with the elements as heard mixed reviews but on offer so saved a small fortune
Excellent Boots, 28 January 2015
By Jon (York)
Rugged yet very comfortable, these are a great pair of boots.