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Overall Great boot with a solid feel that gives confidence…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Materials: Leather and Viabram Soles
Use: Heavy Pack and light mountaineering
Break-in Period: 15 - 20 uses
Weight: 4 - 5 per pair
Price Paid: $215

Overall
Great boot with a solid feel that gives confidence in an array of situations. I have used them on mountaineering trips as well as rock scrabbles up to a 5.8 rating. They take a little getting used to, but once you get the hang of them they will be your friend for life.

Fit
I wear a size 13 and they were true to fit. They have a wide birth at the toe and a semi secure heel. I do get blisters still to this day after long periods of separation from them, but that's standard for any full shank boot that I have ever worn.

Weight
It's a full shank, full leather upper with a bomb proof sole. You are looking at 2 lbs per boot - don't buy these for thru hikes.

Stability
I have very little ankle roll in these bad boys and have hauled packs in excess of 65lbs with little stress.

Durability
I have noticed some wear and tear to the toe box region over time, especially during crampon season which provokes concerned.

Warmth & Waterproof
If you are climbing in snow, wear gaiters. If you are at higher altitudes get a pair of down over boots.

Crampon Compatible
Just about any pair of strap on's will work.

rated 3.50 of 5 stars All Couloir versions

In addition to the 1 men's review above, there are 3 reviews for other versions of the Couloir. Read all reviews »

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Montrail Men's Couloir

Discontinued

The Men's Couloir has been discontinued.

reviewers paid:
$215.00

The Montrail Men's Couloir is not available from the stores we monitor.

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