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Bestard Trek Alpine FF Mountaineering Boot

Trek Alpine FF


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With its incredible 1,350 grs. per pair (UK8), the FF Trek Alpine from our new Fast Forward family, is fully in line with the Fast & Light tendency in today’s mountaineering. Its minimalist design and the Close Fit System technology also provide outstanding comfort and precision, whereas the TMS System contributes to an optimal balance between support and freedom of movement at the leg, as well as an efficient evacuation of the humidity created inside the boot. 

With this semi-rigid boot on your feet, you’ll have the sensation of using a sneaker, but with the performances of a sturdy mountaineering boot, as despite of its lightweight and minimalist design, it’s a model that also offers excellent performances in rigidity, sturdiness and protection for undertaking demanding mountain activities, such as fast and semi-technical ascents, alpine high level trekking including scrambling, glacier traverses etc.

  • Close-Fit-System
  • TMS-System
  • Quick-lock
  • Loop at the heel
  • 360º Rubber rand
  • Refleflecting elements
  • Tongue fixation loop
Boot Weight

Half Pair- size UK 8
675 grams (1 lb 7.8 oz)

Full Pair - size UK 8
1350 grams (2 lb 15.6 oz)

Single or Double boot Single
Boot Stiffness Semi-rigid
Best Uses Best Uses: Trekking, Glacier walking, Summer Alpinism, Scrambling, 3+ Season ­
Crampon Compatability Heel bail only - universal or semi-auto crampons will work
Boot Features Lock-off lacing

UK: 6.5 - 13

Materials & Construction Upper: Water-repellent Kevlar®, strech Superfabric® and Microtech / Rubber ­­­

Liner: GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort

Insole: Bestflex 6 / Semi-rigid ­

Sole: Vibram® Mulaz EVO + EVA + TPU

Last: FF Tech
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