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Boots for Bugs...

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I have the following choices for a bugs trip the end of July.

Montrail CTC Mid Goretex. Pros, light, climb well. Cons, not too comfortable with strap crampons, harder to kick steps.

Mad Rock Mtns. Better for snow, but heavy and not great for climbing.

Will be sticking to moderate classic routes up to 5.7.

If both of these suck and there is a "Perfect" boot, I may shell out the dough...

Any input would be great.

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I was picturing six tiny little boots...

 

For the weight of the options you mentioned, you might just go with Scarpa Charmoz or the equivalent - they climb snow/moderate rock pert good and are about as versatile as you can get.

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