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HattrickSwayze

for sale Various mountaineering boots for sale

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Selling three separate pairs of mountaineering boots that just don't work for my feet. My left foot is about a full size bigger than my right, which makes sizing boots really hard. Especially when I have a Haglund's bump on my larger foot. I take good care of my equipment so these are not beat to hell. Can ship out of state if need be, but would prefer local shipping and/or pickup. I'm not sure how much it would cost to ship; last time I used UPS they were crazy expensive. Maybe USPS flat rate boxes would work?

Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro GTX - Size 46 (US size 12) - $250 OBO + shipping

Bought these in 2017 when I was prepping for Rainier. The majority of the mileage was on training hikes; they only went to the mountains once on a Boston Basin trip. Cleaned after almost every use with Nikwax suede cleaner. No stink, no problems, lots of life left. Just too small for my left foot and more boot than I need for summer trips.

Scarpa Ribelle Tech OD - Size 46 (US size 12) - $250 OBO + shipping

Got these a couple years ago and never used them in the mountains; only on a handful of winter hikes. Cool boot, nice and light, fairly warm. Just don't like how they fit/perform. The sole is stiff like a light mountaineering boot, but there is a lot of ankle flex with the style of gaiter it has. I prefer my Trango Techs over these honestly.

Mammut Taiss Pro High - Size 46 (US size 12) - $350 OBO + shipping

Really, really cool boots. Super light and pretty warm. The dual Boa system makes them easy to put on and adjust with gloves. Would love to keep these but for some reason they irritate my left heel a lot. Took these up Adams and Baker and they performed great. I wore them car-to-car for Adams and apart from hurting my left heel, they were super comfy. The toe box isn't as tall as other boots, so for a size 12 they "feel" kinda small. There is a small piece of gear tape on the inside of the left boot from a crampon puncture.

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