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Mammut Aenergy TR Boa Mid Shoe

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The Swiss know a few things about watches, chocolate, and cheese. But, with over half of Europe's 4000m peaks tucked inside their borders, they also know mountains. Mammut's Aenergy TR Boa Mid was made to take on that rugged terrain. Your next jaunt may not be to the Alps, but you can rest easy knowing that's just what these shoes were made for. With an eye for detail, Mammut has incorporated Vibram's Megagrip outsole for uncompromising traction and Litebase technology for weight savings. Using a Boa is always SkyRun-approved, as speed and efficiency rule the day. We are also fans of comfort, and the high-rebound EVA midsole with the breathable knitted upper will keep your feet content. Made for mid to long-distance outings, the Aenergy TR Boa provides excellent stability and protection for your next all-day adventure.

SkyRun Fit Tip - The Aenergy TR Boa is true to size. If you are between sizes, we suggest sizing down one-half US size.

  • Vibram Megagrip + Litebase for sure footing and weight savings.
  • BOA® Fit System provides a sure fit and proper on-the-go adjustability.
  • Elastic knitted sock is like a built-in gaiter, keeping annoying debris out.
  • 3M reflective hits for added safety and visibility.
  • The high-rebound EVA midsole is comfortable and has excellent energy return.
Specifications
Weight
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348g [10.5]
Weight (pair) 696g [10.5]
Lug Depth   4mm
Drop 7mm
Stack Height 22mm
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Outsole Vibram® Megagrip + Litebase
Fit Medium Volume
Last Medium
Cushion Medium
Protection High
Lacing System Boa® Fit System
SkyRun Says
Usage Medium to long distance runs
Notes High-rebound EVA midsole
Bottom Line Mammut's premier mountain running shoe
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Questions & Reviews

3/19/2024
Question from Colin Kinsman
 
Hey, I noticed a typo in your description on this shoe. You claim that Switzerland is home to "over half of the world's 4000m peaks" but there are just 48 4000m peaks in Switzerland and 550 in Colorado alone, not to mention the rest of North America, South America, and Asia.
3/21/2024
Answer from Jeremy L
 
Whoa. Was definitely meant to be Europe. Corrected. Thanks for pointing that out!
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