Scarpa Freney XT GTX

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CLOSEOUTS. For tough, long-distance alpine routes, these boots from Scarpa are amazingly lightweight yet offer the support and comfort you need for heavy loads. High-tech synthetic material in uppers reduces weight, is durable and warm (thanks to Primaloft(R) Sport insulation) Primaloft(R) resists moisture, is breathable and fast drying Midsole features shock-absorbing inserts Stiff Vibram(R) outsole for support and traction Crampon compatible Height 61_4" at tongue, 5" at Achilles 3 lb. 6 oz. pr. Made in Italy. Available Colors: BLACK / SILVER / BLUE. Sizes: 37.5, 38, 44, 43, 43.5, 42, 39, 40.5, 46, 40, 41, 45, 45.5, 41.5, 47, 39.5, 42.5, 38.5, 46.5, 44.5, 37, 48.

- Sierra Trading Post

On Sale. Free Shipping. Scarpa Men's Freney XT GTX Boot (Fall 2009) The Men's Freney XT GTX Booty by Scarpa is the boot for modern mixed and vertical ice: this is Scarpa's lightest technical ice boot. FEATURES of the Men's Freney XT GTX Boot by Scarpa GSb, automatic, and semi-automatic crampon compatible Gore-Tex to keep your feet dry Extremely light, totally rigid, with flexible cuff Built on the proven Cumbre last Duratherm insulation and additional padding for warmth and comfort Sensitive enough for technical routes, comfortable enough for long approaches Articulated Tri Flex ankle SPECIFICATIONS: Upper: K-Tech and Lorica Lining: Gore-Tex Duratherm Midsole: Proflex XT Sole: Vibram Dual GSb Last: AE Weight: 925g; 2lbs (1/2 pair size 42)

- Moosejaw

Whether you go vertical or just approach, get humbled, and hang a left, the Scarpa Freney XT GTX Mountaineering Boots top Scarpa's line of light, technical ice boots, and receive accolades from NOLS. Featuring GORE-TEX and Duratherm linings, the Scarpa Freney XT GTX Mountaineering Boots keep your feet dry and insulated in conditions when cold feet have worse consequences than on your wedding day. An articulated ankle assists the natural motion of your feet so you don't feel like lead weights have attached themselves to your feet. Affix GSb automatic and semi-automatic crampons to the Freney XT GTX Mountaineering Boots, get vertical, and just nod your head when your co-workers talk about the game on Monday.


The Scarpa Freney XT GTX is THE boot for modern mixed and vertical ice lines. A Gore-Tex lining ensures your feet will stay dry in sloppy spring conditions. This technical boot from Scarpa is extremely light, totally rigid and offers great cuff flexibility. The Freney XT GTX is significantly lighter than similar models, making it a great option for climbers tackling long, difficult alpine routes. With a rigid sole that’s based on the Cumbre sole design, the Freney XT provides the foot with a generous surface area for grip and stability, while still remaining sensitive enough for technical climbs. Duratherm® insulation is backed with generous padding for comfort and protection. This boot is an older, discontinued model, and is not compatible with GSB crampons Confused about the sizing? Check out our Shoe Sizing Comparison Chart .

- OMCgear

For long and difficult alpine routes, these boots are extremely lightweight yet very supportive. Perfect for carrying heavy loads and using crampons. K-Tech synthetic uppers are lightweight and highly durable. Primaloft® microfiber insulation delivers warmth in cold weather. Trilogy Tech System soles combine midsole and outsole to create a rigid and sensitive platform for your feet. Pebax midsoles combine with shock-absorbing heel inserts for control and cushioning. Scarpa dual grip rubber outsoles deliver superb precision and sensitivity to terrain.


Scarpa Freney XT GTX


The Freney XT GTX has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$185.00 - $279.99

The Scarpa Freney XT GTX is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 16, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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