About | Blog | Forums | People | Free Newsletter
Trailspace is a product review site for outdoor enthusiasts. Use it to find and share great gear.

Scarpa Triolet Pro GTX

0 reviews
5-star:   0
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0
Help get this product reviewed:
Share it on email, Facebook, Google+, or Twitter.

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Scarpa's Men's Triolet Pro GTX page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Scarpa Triolet Pro GTX is designed for those who want to wear one boot for the approach, the climb, and the descent. Comfortable in the Canadian Rockies, Tetons, or the Winds; to climb where snow meets rock. Based on the very successful Scarpa Triolet, the Triolet Pro has the same fit and performance niche. Improvements include a lower weight, improved ankle flex, and more heel strike cushioning. Please note- this model has the Vibram(R) Mulaz sole, and is no longer available. Triolet Pro GTX in spring 2014 will use the updatedVibram(R) Mulaz S sole Rugged leather uppers combined with a rubber rand offers long term durability GORE-TEX(R) waterproof liner keeps feet dry Semi-automatic crampon-compatible Tri-Flex ankle delivers natural articulation and support for technical scrambling and walking Pro-Fiber insole for serious mountaineering, scrambling and climbing PU/Compression molded EVA retains a small degree of longitudinal flex for comfort during walk-in's and serious mountain walks Made in Italy Scarpa LFT last is made for a very technical and precise feel for climbing and scrambling, but is not radically asymmetric and carries medium volume

- OMCgear refers to the men's version

Lace up the Scarpa Men's Triolet Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot and climb with comfortable confidence from the rocky approach through the ice-capped summit and back again. This waterproof boot features a Vibram Mulaz outsole that grips every bit of the mountain as you slowly ascend, and when you hit the snowfield your semi-automatic crampons easily attach to the Triolet's designed rubber toe and heel.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version