User Review: Koflach Clima Montana
Use: Whatever you want to use double boots for
Break-in Period: ?
Weight: 5 ish lbs, seems lighter
Price Paid: ?
I had a pair of last year's Clima Comprex, the Montana is a slightly redesigned verion of the Comprex. The Comprex is maroon and yellow and the Montana is primarily purple.
I used the Comprex last season for climbing and hiking in the Whites, they were plenty warm except for standing around on belay at Elephant Gully one COLD, fine day last February. Anyway, there are lots of Comprexes for sale used at places like IME, and should prove to be a good boot for most people. I liked mine, however, because I have fat feet and skinny ankles, the design of the ankle cuff proves to be a problem. When I had to crank down on the boots for climbing, the various parts of the cuff would bind in such a way as to make the boot inflexible and painful. I tried the Montana and it has the same problem. They are great boots, plenty warm, great for climbing, moderately priced, but I had to change brands.
Skinny Ankles, stay away from 'em.
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