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A rugged, supportive boot for demanding mountain hikers, keeping you well protected without compromising on comfort.

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Product code: 15897537 / 262070

A rugged, supportive boot for demanding mountain hikers, keeping you well protected without compromising on comfort.

GORE-TEX® TechnologiesMammut's Trovat Guide High GTX is a seriously durable and extremely comfortable mountain hiking boot, made with a flexible leather upper that's surrounded by a full rubber rand to help deflect scree and protect from boulder scrapes.

A GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort membrane lining provides full waterproof protection whilst allowing your perspiration vapour to pass out of the boot, helping to maintain temperature and keep your feet dry.

Designed with their patented Base Fit® 2.0 heel strap system and Motion Control® design, your guaranteed to find a close fit around the laces and heel, holding your foot in the optimum walking position and preventing it from slipping or twisting.

The use of Memory Foam provides comfort around your instep, shin and ankles, and their Foot Mapping System zones each area of the boot to give your feet cooling/padding/warmth/slip or non-slip linings as required.

Finally, the sole uses Rolling Concept® technology to promote natural foot movement and prevent fatigue, finished with a grippy Vibram® outsole which is compatible with any C1 grade walking crampon.

  • High cut rubber edge
  • Soft Nappa leather heel collar
  • Board lasted
  • 3 Zone Lacing Individual 3-zone lacing, personalised and adaptable binding
  • Elastic Gore-Tex Tongue Construction No formation of creases in the tongue area, easier to put on and take off
  • Vibram MT Traction II Sole Backpacking sole with high tread depth PD Cage TPU element integrated in the wedge
B1 - Suitable for C1 Crampons
Standard Lace Up
Crampon Compatible, Memory Foam, GORE-TEX, Toe Protection, Waterproof, Breathable, Vibram, Water Resistant
Mens
Boot Cut
C1 - flexible walking crampons
Leather
View
Mountain
View
Vibram
Firm: for mountain walks over rough ground
GORE-TEX
Mammut
Yes
Graphite
Leather
1560

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Men's Footwear Size Guide

Measuring tips

Take your actual body measurements as they are more accurate than measuring over your clothes or shoes.

Feet: Use a ruler or tape measure to measure your foot (from the heel to the tip of your longest toe) Be sure to measure both feet. Many people have feet of different sizes. Fit to the larger of the two.

Remember, feet can expand over a quarter size during a full day's walk so ensure you get the right fit.

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Rating

4.48 out of 5
21 reviews
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4.48 out of 5

Lesson learned

I bought these boots based on a review saying to buy a size bigger which turned out to be wrong. I will not buy footwear online again. I contacted Mammut but they didn’t even respond. Poor C service.

4.48 out of 5

very comfortable!

Bought these just over 2 years ago and took them to Nepal with me. I average around 50-60 miles a week, they have also been on the 3 peaks challenge and are still going strong around Snowdonia!

4.48 out of 5

Mammut trovat guide.

I bought these boots after a recommendation from a friend who has a similar foot shape. At first I was concerned that the weight may cause fatigue on longer walks. This has proved not to be the case. The sole is cleverly designed to 'roll' very well as you walk and the boots have proved very comfortable in use. The leather darkens as you apply leather conditioner but that's to be expected, I'm more concerned with function than fashion.
Once I'd worked out the optimum lacing tension in the toe box/heel/collar the boots felt super comfortable. My feet have stayed dry despite trudging many miles through dartmoor's bogs and streams. I find the soles grip well on wet rock, which inspires confidence on river crossings and scrambling. All in all a great pair of hiking/mountain boots.

4.48 out of 5

Excellent

I bought these three years ago after completing the national three peaks to replace my other boots. Since then I’ve worn them everyday without fail at work on the farm. They have been worn in every condition and never let water in at all. It’s fair to say they’ve had a very hard life as I walk around 10 or so miles a day everyday of the year. Only now are they starting to show signs of wear and the sole has worn down and the rubber sides are coming away from the leather. However they still are comfier than my other boots I have and again do not let water in. I write this as I am about to purchase a second pair to replace them before they go completely. They are well worth every penny in my opinion.

4.48 out of 5

Great boot with sole only slight weakness

Bought these boots back in May 2017 .. 125 Munros later I have been really pleased with the overall quality and construction of the boot. Would have been a five star but I feel the sole has worn out rather too quick and at times didn't have the grip I would have liked particularly coming off hill . With that said I would buy another pair

4.48 out of 5

So comfortable

Brought a couple of weeks ago and broke them in. They are extremely comfortable and foot does not slide around when walking down hill. They are very good quality as you would except from mammut and feel very durable also they are very grippy.

4.48 out of 5

Couldn't ask for better boots

I've had these boots for about 14 months now and I still love them as much as the day I bought them. They keep my feet warm and dry and have stood up to everything that's been thrown at them.
I've worn (C1) crampons with them a few times and they're a great pairing.
They've had a waterproofing applied to them which has darkened the leather which, although I was expecting it, is now much darker than I thought it would be but that's hardly the boots' fault.
All in all, excellent boots.

4.48 out of 5

Mammut Brecon Gtx

I've had these boots now for 2 years, they have never let a drop on water in, they took a while to break in but have suited me fantastically from a 9 day hike of the Staffordshire way to scrambling up Mt Tryfan and Scarfel Pike in winter. I would highly recommend this boot to any serious hikers and climbers. Definitely 5 stars for me.

4.48 out of 5

Excellent Boots

I have used them in Polish high mountain's for a week in light winter condition (-5) all the time and no problems at all.

4.48 out of 5

Excellent HEAVYWEIGHT boot

Had these (or a similar named Mammut boot) for three years now. Use them most weekends (Pennines) in rain & snow, all weather, Lake district a couple of times a year.

They are STILL totally waterproof and absolutely dependable. Only dropped a star because they are slippy on wet rock, and HEAVY so hard work for long hikes.

Would highly recommend as a 'heavyweight' boot for demanding conditions. I have a 2nd pair (another brand) of LIGHT weight and not very waterproof boots for summer long distance walks.

4.48 out of 5

OK in the dry, but they leak

Bought these after throwing away a pair of 2 yo leaking Zamberlan GTXs. The advertising claims that they are durable and waterproof. After 11 months of weekend hiking in the Peaks, Lake and Dales, and waterproofing with Gwax for the uppers and Nikwax for the fabric, they've started to leak from the outer edge of where the sole meets the rubber scuff protector. The problem is that you can't dry these leaking boots out sufficiently to be able to walk with dry feet the next day. Additionally Go Outdoors say that that they have to send them to be pressure tested in Burnley before they'll do anything about them, despite the fact that the leak point is well-isolated and identifiable.

My recommendation is use these boots if you intend to walk on well-prepared dry paths, although there are plenty of cheaper boots that'll do the job just as well. My warning would be not to use them in the hills or on moorland, since they have a limited life-span. I would certainly not recommend them if you intend to walk in harsh conditions on consecutive days.

4.48 out of 5

Perfect

Everything this boot is meant to do it does, I found them a little heavy but spot on.

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Mammut trovat guide high gtx

Waited a while to write this because i didnt want to just give a first impression. Priced matched these boots and got a fantastic deal on the retail price . Stiff out of the box but comfy, great ankle support . Took a while to break in and now i wear them whatever hike im doing. I have worn these in different conditions and temeratures and have never let me down . Would i recommend these to anyone .. short answer is yes. ! These are good quality boots . Since buying them (apart from cleaning them) i have proofed the leather with scarpas hs12 cream which has darkened the leather. These are also crampon rated. Great boot if you can price match them to use in all seasons.

4.48 out of 5

Wide and good

I have very wide / bunions feet so I needed a stiff no flex sole, I was advised instore to go for this boot which I did, the next thing I wore them straight out of the box on a 28km coast path trek! I did carry a pair of trainers in a rucksack just in case which were not required.

4.48 out of 5

Fabulous boots

Superbly comfortable out of the box.
Deep all round rand for Scottish bogs.
Strong sole.
Rounded sole for rocking along.

4.48 out of 5

Mammut Boots

I don't buy kit very often, so when I buy kit I tend to be very particular about what I want.
This time I needed a good all round hiking boot capable both at low level and high, that would support my weak ankles.
These Mammut boots are everything I wanted and more, comfortable from the word go, coming in half sizes so you can get the fit just right.
Won't be buying another pair of boots for the foreseeable future, and if I do it'll be another pair of these.

4.48 out of 5

Excellent

Bought these 18 months ago and have used them mainly for dog walking, doing about 5 miles on roads and Salisbury Plain every day, so about 2500 miles so far. Some wear to the sole, upper still good and you can walk through 3 inch puddles withought getting wet. Best boots I have ever had.

4.48 out of 5

Excellent

I have done approx 40 miles in the last couple of weeks and have to say that these boots are fantastic.

4.48 out of 5

Solid

I got a pair of these in the brown leather, same boot. I did Kilimanjaro and the Inca Trail in Peru to Machu Picchu in them as well as 4 years solid hiking, including the Yorkshire 3 Peaks 3 times in 2015, they've done Snowdon 4 times, Ben Nevis the hard way once and Scafell Pike and they are still going strong, the tread pattern is just starting to wear and I reckon they will do all of the above once more before they are turned in to plant pots. They honestly are the most solid boots your will find. I have size 10 and quite wide feet and while the rubber rand meant wearing them in took a short while longer they were still comfy. They're 100% water proof having been up to the tops more than a few times and never letting anything in around the tongue. The quick hook eyelets are a god send rather than lace holes, you can adjust as many times as you like along your day if you like, locking a tight toe down or slacking off and tightening the top, the quick hooks are perfect. The grip is awesome although you don't want to be on Yorkshire Stone in the wet when they are new, keep them for off-road until they're worn in. The rubber rand is bulletproof, after all this time there are only superficial war wounds to show and the leather is still perfect, they wax up beautifully. What can I say, I'm a big fan.

4.48 out of 5

Sturdy yet slippy

I have had these for 6 months now and have worn them through most weather conditions.
The support is great and the fit is good.
The laces are a bit poor and I don't feel I am able to pull them really tight. I know you can buy new, thicker laces, but I shouldn't have to when spending this much on a pair of boots.
The main fault I have found is that they don't have much grip on damp rocks. This is a particular problem for me as I do a lot off scrambling in the lake district and the gulley's are nearly all wet. On the plus side, walking down steep grassy banks they stick like glue.
In all, an okay boot but I wouldn't go for Mammut again I don't think.

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