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Fully featured for weight-sensitive alpine objectives, the waterproof/breathable Scarpa Charmoz 3-season mountaineering boots are made for tackling long, fast-paced days over rock, snow and ice. Available at REI, 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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Our lightweight fully featured mountain boot designed to tackle three seasons worth of technical alpine objectives, the Charmoz is optimized for weight-sensitive missions and long, fast-paced days over rock, ice and snow.
REI replaced them! THank you REI. Before the lining failed the boots were great. So, two thumbs up to REI, but Scarpa needs to get their act together. Scarpa should make sure the lining in a $300 mountaineering boot doesn't fail after one year.They felt great though, until they failed. I have been hiking, mountaineering, and scrambling for 25
SCARPA, literally the Italian for Shoe. Footwear innovation and tradition share equally deep roots at SCARPA, which today remains a family-owned company with its headquarters and performance footwear manufacturing facilities in the same regions of northern Italy where it all started in 1938.