Scarpa Phantom 6000
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Manufacturer's Description refers to the men's version
The Phantom 6000 for 2010 is among the lightest, most progressive, best-climbing alpine boots on the market to date.
Phantom series boots -- built for technical climbing in cold climates – were designed with the feedback and involvement of two SCARPA athletes in particular, climbers Ueli Steck and Simon Anthamatten. The two have been pushing the boundaries of alpine climbing in recent years, from the Himalayas to their home Alps.
New micro-porous polyurethane midsole inserts are 30 percent more shock absorbing than EVA used in other climbing boots on the market today. That means the Phantom yields substantial energy savings through decreased muscle fatigue when carrying a heavy pack and/or traveling in rough terrain.
A new rear elastic rand allows a super efficient heel lock, much like what is found in a rock shoe. This improves performance for all facets of climbing, but especially when using crampon front points on more technical terrain.
The Phantom series is also substantially lighter than its predecessors in the SCARPA line; great attention was paid to creating a lower-profile liner for improved climbing sensitivity that wouldn’t sacrifice warmth for climbing at elevations above 6000 meters or in other extremely cold situations.
Here's what other sites are saying:
Give your foot a warm and sturdy platform to help you crush your next winter ascent when you lace and zip it up inside the Scarpa Phatom 6000 Mountaineering Boot. This fortress of warmth features a built-in zip-up gaitor for sealing out the skin-searing cold and a waterproof liner so your feet stay dry even on slushy snowfields in late May.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version
For technical cold-weather climbing and mountaineering, the Scarpa Phantom 6000 mountaineering boot employs a thermo liner, waterproof and abrasion-resistant Lorica upper, and an incorporated waterproof nylon gaiter - all in a full-zip design that keeps your feet warm and dry. Trust these boots in the most extreme conditions - the strong rubber sole accepts crampons with ease and they're designed as light as possible for technical ascents.
- Mountain Gear
Free Shipping. Scarpa Phantom 6000 Boot FEATURES of the Scarpa Phantom 6000 Boot Automatic and semi-automatic crampon-compatible ErgoFit System offers omni-directional progressive flex allowing for natural motion with perfect support Rear randing locks heel securely for climbing performance Waterproof Tizip zipper and integrated gaitor are in.all-conditions readyin. Easy to use quick-lace system Advanced Midsole System provides maximum shock absorption, improved sensitivity and is the lightest available SPECIFICATIONS of the Scarpa Phantom 6000 Boot Upper: Schoeller K-Tech and S-Tech with Cordura and Outdry Liner: 3mm EVA + heat reflective aluminum Insole: Pro-Fiber XT 30 Midsole: PU/Micro Sole: Vibram Mulaz Last: AG Weight: 1/2 per pair: 2 lbs 3 oz / 1000 g
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version