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Scarpa Inverno Mountaineering Boots size 12


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Any reasonable offer considered.

Selling these for a friend.. They were used one time, after which the owner decided he likes playing Halo more than mountaineering. They are $319 new, he is looking to get whatever he can out of them. They were stored tied to prevent warping and still smell like Italy (in a new boot way, not a 1700's Venice kind of way). The soles have no wear whatsoever, they were used to trek across a parking lot and otherwise were used in snow only. Original box included.

If you're looking for a combination picking-up-hot-chicks and self defense boot, here's your pair. Local pickup in Mammoth or I'll mail them out USPS. no clue on what the shipping will cost, I will look into that.


I don't know anything about Mountaineering Boots, here's the manufacturer's description:

The Scarpa Inverno Mountaineering Boot is the world's most popular plastic hiking boot, and has probably seen most every mountain in the world. Well, the pair you buy wouldn't have... yet. This Scarpa boot features the super-durable and lightweight PEBAX shell and high altitude liner that gives the Scarpa Inverno a reputation for absolute comfort when compared to other mountaineering boots on the market. Having a reputation can be difficult, but these Scarpa hiking boots aren't scared. The Inverno will take you from water to land with a rocker sole that is easy to walk in, so hop confidently through freezing water puddles on your way up the nearest mountain without a single worry about dreaded wet socks. Wet socks suck.

DECENT FEATURES of the Scarpa Men's Inverno Mountaineering Boot

  • Comes standard with the super-durable, super-warm High Altitude liner
  • Proven on expeditions and job sites around the world
  • Lightweight, flexible Pebax shell
  • Rocker sole for easy walking


  • Upper: 100% Pebax
  • Liner: High Altitude
  • Sole: Vibram Stabeler
  • Weight: 1/2 pair: 2 lbs 12 oz / 1265 g



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