Mammut Samurai

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Description of Mammut Samurai Climbing ShoesTop-grade lace-up shoe for all climbers and boulderers who place particularly high demands on shoe performance.FeaturesFabric Leather, Synthetic LeatherLining NoneSole Vibram 4mmLast Radical AWeight 400gAsymmetric and downturned lasts for perfect pull in overhangs and power transfer to small stepsMaterial mix of synthetic and natural leather allows comfort and performance to be coordinated in an ideal ratioSpecial rubber heel construction ensures the build-up of a perfect and long-lasting pre-tension Progressive transfer of the powerflow from the foot to the toesSoft anatomical cut midsole for increased edging powerSuper Sticky Vibram XSV rubberSmooth lace-up system

- US Outdoor Store

The Samurai climbing shoe from Mammut has a asymmetric and downturned last for perfect pull in overhangs and power transfer to small steps! A special rubber heel construction ensures the build-up of a perfect and long-lasting pre-tension. IMPORTANT NOTE: Mammut uses a UK sizing system. The shoe box will display the UK size, as will the sales tag, however; on the inside of the shoe there will be a tag or a sticker indicating the US size, which is always one size larger than the UK size. For example: The shoe box and sales tag will say 8 (this is the UK size) while the sticker on the inside will indicate that the US size is 9. Shoes are listed based on US sizing.

- CampSaver.com

Earn the title of Rock Warrior with the Mammut Samurai Climbing Shoe. A dynamic upper composed of suede and synthetic leather takes a beating while keeping your feet breathing during your tussles with gravity. A super-grippy Vibram XSV may as well have fingers of its own: fingers coated in super-glue.

- Backcountry.com

Mammut Samurai

Discontinued

The Samurai has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$77.50 - $128.95

The Mammut Samurai is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 5, 2013 at CampSaver.com.

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