Retailers' Descriptions

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The Mammut Men's Ayako High GTX Backpacking Boot is ready for trails as tough as the Grand Traverse in the Tetons. Its Gore-Tex Performance Comfort handles the occasional showers, muddy sections, and ever-present gusts of cold wind. Enhanced breathability properties grant this Gore-Tex membrane the comforts needed to be more active on the trail. Meanwhile, Mammut's Motion Control uses a triple-density midsole for the support, stability, and cushioning required for the mountain's toughest trails. The boot's strong velours leather upper includes memory foam panels at the ankles, instep, and shin for customized comfort. Vibram's rubber sole comes with a mountaineering-specific Mulaz tread for reliable traction from dirty trailheads to rocky summits.

- refers to the men's version

Mammut Footwear Ayako High GTX Backpacking Boot - Men's Graphite-Inferno US 9.5 10 3020054300609US95. With Base Fit external TPU Motion Control FeetMap climate regulation integrated memo foam and a pre-shaped tongue with elastic GORE-TEX construction. The 3-zone lacing GORE-TEX Performance Comfort Footwear membrane and the proven lightweight and climbing-compatible Vibram Mulaz sole with integrated Climbing Zone provide additional comfort a precise fit and safety.

- refers to the men's version

The Mammut Ayako High GTX is a velour-textile shoe developed specifically for via ferrata - lightweight, direct, close-fitting and close to the ground. Built with Base Fit, external TPU Motion Control, FeetMap climate regulation, integrated memo foam, and a pre-shaped tongue with elastic GORE-TEX construction. The 3-zone lacing and lightweight, climbing-compatible Vibram Mulaz sole provide additional comfort, a precise fit, and safety.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

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