Scarpa Rebel GTX Carbon

Retailers' Descriptions

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For extreme alpine adventures where every gram counts, the Scarpa Rebel GTX Carbon alpine boots feature carbon fiber shanks and tough, light uppers for a protective boot that won't weigh you down.


Teaming up with one of the world's leading speed alpinist, Ueli Steck, Scarpa has created a lightweight crampon compatible boot for technical ascents. When we say light, we mean 1.7 pounds light. The Rebel GTX has a carbon-fiber insole to give it rigidity and durability without adding extra bulk and weight. The synthetic uppers with a GORE-TEX lining create a barrier between you and the mountain environment so you can focus on your climb and not on your feet.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Scarpa Rebel GTX Carbon FEATURES of the Scarpa Rebel GTX Carbon Semi-automatic crampon-compatible Stretch Gore-Tex keeps your feet warm and dry Extremely light with a flexible cuff Innovative tongue closure reduces bulk, increases sensitivity and provides incredible fit Our lightest boot in this category Designed with SCARPA athlete Ueli Steck SPECIFICATIONS of the Scarpa Rebel GTX Carbon Upper: Nylon L-Tech and Lorica Lining: Gore-Tex - Stretch Insole: Carbon-Fiber Midsole: Tri-Density PU Sole: Vibram Mulaz Last: NAG Weight: 1/2 pair: 1 lb 5 oz / 650 g

- Moosejaw

Developed with alpine speedmeister Ueli Steck the Rebel GTX Carbon sets a new paradigm for lightweight alpine performanceUpper Nylon LTech LoricaLining GoreTex StretchInsole CarbonFiberMidsole TriDensity PUOutsole Vibram MulazLast NAGSizes 37 47 48 half sizesWeight 650g 1lb 5oz 12 pair size 42


Scarpa Rebel GTX Carbon

previously retailed for:
$239.73 - $351.16

The Scarpa Rebel GTX Carbon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 17, 2016 at REI.

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