Salewa MS Vultur Vertical GTX


RRP: £360.00
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Mens B3 Boot

Following on from previous B3 boots such as the Pro Guide which is on sale in remaining sizes, the Salewa UN Vultur Vertical GTX has taken things further with a flex collar to maximise comfort around the lower calf and a multi-layer MFF+ footbed which allows you to fine tune the fit for volume and width in the forefoot. Also it has a super tough Microfibre upper which is lined with Gore-Tex Duratherm XL for waterproofness and warm.

With its B3 rating the boot is compatible with fully-automatic step-in crampons.

The Vultur Vertical GTX still retains the 3F system which connects the instep area with the sole and heel to give great support and heel hold and the 3D lacing system which fine tunes the fit.

With its B3 rating and warmth, the Salewa Vultur Vertical GTX is ideal for hard Scottish Winter climbing, Norwegian icefall, or hard Alpine climbing.

  • B3 rating
  • Fully-Automatic Step-in crampon compatible
  • Microfibre upper
  • Flex Collar
  • MFF+ Footbed
  • 3F System
  • 3D Lacing system
  • Goretex Duratherm XL lining
  • Vibram Salewa Pro Outsole
  • Weight: 950g per boot


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