Salewa UN Vultur GTX

 

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B2 Mountaineering Boot

Following on from superb previous boots Salewa B2 boots such as the Blackbird and the Condor, the Salewa Vultur is a unisex boot that 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.

The Vultur 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. The boot has a soft B2 flex to assist comfort when moving quickly.

The upper comprises Perwanger suede leather backed with a Goretex Performance Comfort lining for waterproofness.

We find that the curved sole helps you walk with greater comfort and is suited to Climbing Technology and Petzl crampons.

  • B2 flex
  • Semi-automatic crampon compatible
  • Flex Collar
  • MFF+ Footbed
  • 3F System
  • 3D Lacing system
  • Goretex Performance Comfort lining
  • Vibram WrapThread Combi sole
  • Weight: 820g

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