Updates to Mammut Mercury Pro High GTX

The Mercury Pro High GTX is a Mammut hiking boot engineered with various technologies to help hikers traverse environments in low-temperatures. Its nubuck leather and textile fabric upper houses a Gore-Tex Insulated Comfort membrane to keep water out while retaining warmth inside.

This Mammut product is able to give cushioning, thanks to its ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) midsole. Outdoor lovers are able to grip on various surfaces via its Vibram 4 Trek rubber outsole.

Size and fit

The Mammut Mercury Pro High GTX is a high-top winter hiking boot for men and women. It employs a 3-Zone lacing system to aid users in achieving a secure and personalized lockdown. This footgear is lined with a layer of 3D Memo foam, a material that adapts to the shape of the wearer’s foot and grants a comfortable fit.


This boot for winter excursions comes with a Vibram 4 Trek outsole to supply outdoor enthusiasts with sufficient ground adherence. Its profile uses a pattern of hexagonal lugs, which produces grip on icy and slushy surfaces. A heel brake and a ridged rearfoot zone are integrated into its design to give stopping power when tackling downhill conditions. Its forefoot region contains several grooves for ascent control. Moreover, its front section extends upward for extra protection from accidental bumps.


The Mammut Mercury Pro High GTX winter boot uses an EVA midsole to provide outdoorsy individuals with stability when tackling various ground conditions. This material is known to give cushioning, rebound, and shock absorption. The boot’s default footbed, meanwhile, renders extra underfoot comfort and arch support.


The Mammut Pro High GTX for men and women is equipped with a Terracare nubuck leather upper. This material is made in Germany and is designed to give optimal durability and abrasion-resistance. It is lined with a Gore-Tex Insulated Comfort membrane to trap heat and prevent it from escaping in cold weather conditions. This liner also provides protection from most types of wet conditions.

This winter hiking boot features a toe cap and rand made of Liquid Rubber Protection technology. It is crafted to shield the wearer’s foot from damage and abrasion. A counter is found in the rearfoot region for heel security and stability. An elastic Gore-Tex tongue is integrated into the upper to deliver extra water protection. Its lacing system uses a series of loops and metal hooks to help the user manage the footgear’s fit. The collar contains a pull tab at the back to promote easy on and off.

Nice to know

-Buyers who require a lighter and airier pair for single-day trips may take a look at breathable hiking shoes. One of the options that may be considered is the Merrell Moab 2 Ventilator.


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