Zamberlan 6000 Karka RR

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You'd prefer each alpine adventure to gain higher elevations than the previous one, and the Zamberlan Men's 6000 Karka Evo RR Mountaineering Boot is there for you each step of the way once your expeditions exceed six thousand meters. The rugged, waterproof upper protects your foot from icy, rocky precipices as you make your ascent, and the removable, insulated liner assures comfortable warmth whether you're trekking through the beginnings of a harsh storm or seeking shelter at base camp. Underfoot, the 6000 Karka Evo RR features all the comfort, support, shock absorption, and traction you need for technical ascents, including a Vibram Teton rubber sole with step-in crampon compatibility.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Zamberlan Men's 600 Karka RR Boot FEATURES of the Zamberlan Men's 600 Karka RR Boot The expedition boot for up to 6000 meters mountains Perfect internal microclimate and insulation Ultra resistant material on shell, with compact design and lacing system Removable inner boot with velcro fastening Precise and tech fit, ideal for alpinism Vibram outsole SPECIFICATIONS of the Zamberlan Men's 600 Karka RR Boot Upper: Superfabric/Microfibre/Rubber protection Lining: Removable Inner bootee Sole: Vibram Teton + Zamberlan PCS + triple density PU wedge Weight: 1290 g

- Moosejaw

Zamberlan 6000 Karka RR

previously retailed for:
$489.26 - $800.00

The Zamberlan 6000 Karka RR is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 11, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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