Updates to Mammut Saentis Knit Low

  • The Saentis Knit Low is a Mammut hiking shoe that can render comfort and performance on both outdoor adventures and urban trails. It comes with an elastic 3D Knit Sock upper, which grants lightness and flexibility.
  • Users are supplied with ample stability, thanks to the shoe’s Cushioning Strobel construction. Its Michelin Trail Cleat outsole, meanwhile, is engineered to deliver ground adherence on most types of terrain.

Size and fit

The Mammut Saentis Knit Low is a low-top hiking shoe made for male and female outdoor lovers. It features a Speed Lace System to help wearers get a precise and personalized lockdown. It also has an elastic gaiter made of 3D Knitted material to give a sock-like fit.


This lightweight shoe for outdoor excursions from Mammut comes with a Michelin Trail Cleat outsole to help users traverse tricky terrain. Its profile is filled with an aggressive pattern of triangular lugs to render grip on both wet and dry ground conditions. These lugs are widely-spaced from each other to help shed dirt and debris for optimal surface traction. Its front section covers a portion of the forefoot zone to act as a protective barrier against accidental bumps.


The men’s and women’s Mammut Saentis Knit Low uses a Cushioning Strobel construction to keep adventurers stable as they tread uneven terrain. It integrates an ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) midsole component to give a cushioned ride while reducing impact. A footbed sits on top of the midsole to give added cushioning and underfoot comfort.


The Mammut Saentis Knit Low features an upper made of 3D Knit material and mesh fabric to reduce the shoe’s overall weight. This component is encased in a Hybrid Shell, which combines flexible inner and robust outer materials to render comfort and structure. Its toe box contains a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) cap for extra trail protection and durability.

The Saentis Knit Low’s speed lacing system consists of several elastic loops and a lace bungee. These components aid the wearer in managing the shoe’s fit in a single motion. A sock-like gaiter is integrated into the upper to prevent debris from entering. The tongue and collar sport a pull tab to give wearers easy on and off.

Nice to know

- Those who are looking for a vintage hiker that gives ankle support and durability may want to consider the Danner Mountain 600.


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