Incredibly light and comfortable Women's multisport shoe with waterproof Gore-Tex® Invisible membrane for dry feet on your fast trails.
The Mammut Sertig II Low GTX for women are phenomenally light and totally comfortable all-round outdoor shoes and give you plenty of comfort, agility and grip on your up-tempo trail hikes. Derived from trail running shoes, the clever construction is your perfect partner for outdoor fitness, whether Nordic walking, athletic fast-hiking or relaxed hiking.
The high stack height in combination with the strong EVA midsole gives the shoe outstanding properties. The sole features the MAMMUT Swiss Design rubber blend which provides grip you can rely on. A stable, comfortable and stylish shoe offering outstanding value for money.
Gore-Tex Invisible Fit technology further enhances comfort, thanks to a protective membrane integrated in the upper material. This saves weight, reduces pressure points and ensures durable waterproofing. For dry feet on your next tour.
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The Mammut Women's Sertig II GTX - Black/dark Frosty has the following sustainability attributes...
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