Great comfort and support with very little weight, for alpine trekking.
The Mammut® Monolith GTX
is a very light, very comfortable crampon-compatible alpine and trekking boot.
Constructed using abrasion-resistant velour leather and 'Dropstop' textile, the Monolith GTX is both flexible and supportive, thanks to Mammut's Motion Control technology - the cushioning Hybrid Shell providing good support exactly where it’s needed.
Mammut's Base Fit technology uses free-sliding bands to transfer the force of the lacing to the sole, adapting to the anatomy of the foot and boosting the pressure on the big toe for precision footwork.
Rounding out this full-featured boot are a fully waterproof, highly breathable GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort Footwear membrane, a high-grip Vibram® Teton sole and a fully adjustable 3-zone lacing system.
- Sole: Vibram® Teton, Poro wedge
- Fabric: Velours Leather
- Weight: 1623g (Size 8.5)
- Insulation value: -20 °C (EN ISO 20344)
- Board lasted
- 3 Zone Lacing
- Asymmetric lacing
- Mammut® SC Footbed
- Compatible with Strap-on crampons
- Last Index Mountaineering Tech
- Ideally suited to Multipitch Rockclimbing, Via Ferrata, Mountain Hiking, also suitable for Classical Alpinism
See an independent review of these boots here
The Monolith GTX is also available in a women's-specific version, the Mammut Women's Monolith GTX.
||Synthetic, Padded, Breathable
||Suede and Synthetic
|Weight Per Pair (g):
||Firm, for mountain walks over rough ground
||B2 - suitable for C2 or C1 crampons
|Ideal Crampon Rating:
||C2 - articulated crampons
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Mountaineering Boots, 22 July 2014
By Neil (Wirral)
Bought for winter mountaineering, very pleased and highly recommend these boots to anyone who's looking for a winter mountaineering boot.
I will add that these boots can feel a little flexible for a B2 boot but that will be due to me with size 12's so if buying larger sizes may be something to consider.
Rubber rand splitting, 02 June 2014
By copey (Lincoln)
Bought these boots for the winter season, I have worn them twice once in Scotland and once in the lakes and have noticed the rubber rand is splitting all over the toe and heel on one boot, however these boots do fit like slippers and are light.
Mammut Monolith GTX Men's Alpine, 31 March 2014
By Big Bear
I don't usually write reviews but after 18 months or so of hard wear these boots deserve a mention. With a bit of regular care they still look as good as new. They'e done Cairngorm and Ben Macdui twice to name but a few of their adventures. Comfy since day 1 and very trustworthy. I've considered buying another pair in case they stop making them. The problem is that my existing pair don't show any signs of ever giving up.
Mammut Monolith GTX boots, 03 March 2014
By Narner (stoke on trent)
Bought these a pair of these in Sept 2012 and spent the first two weeks walking the dog in them to break them in. Neednt have bothered as they were comfortable straight from the off.
Did a few walks in and around Snowdon in them and found them to be very comfortable and supportive even on longer day walks and some scrambles.
They were a pleasure to wear walking all day in the trekking trip that they were bought for in the Himalayas.
All in all a comfortable boot to wear and you do feel the benefit of the motion footbed.
I felt these gave better ankle support than the other boots i looked at the Scarpa XL but try before you buy I felt these were well worth it.
Mammut Monolith Boots, 25 February 2014
By Steve (Somerset)
Got these on the price promise. Very pleased with them. First took them across the Rhinogs in N. Wales in July when it was VERY WET. Feet stayed dry.
Initially felt a bit cramped in the toes, but some fettling with the laces and a slightly thinner but better footbed sorted that. Have now used them in full winter conditions with crampons. Only walking and easy scrambling but they were great. They'll get a proper try out on some mid grade Scottish climbs next month, but so far couldn't be more pleased.