Phantom 6000

Phantom 6000

Scarpa

A streamlined boot for highly technical, cold-weather climbing at lower elevations, the Phantom 6000 features an incredibly warm double-boot design with a lightweight, lower profile construction that provides precision climbing on big alpine objectives.
  • Automatic and semi-automatic crampon compatible
  • Vibram® Zero Gravity sole saves weight while increasing warmth
  • Primaloft® Micropile and EVA make the inner boot one of our warmest yet
  • Waterproof zipper and integrated gaiter for all conditions
  • Advanced midsole provides shock absorption and lightweight sensitivity
Weight: 70oz / 1,990g (pair)

If your size is not listed, please do not hesitate to contact us as it is likely we will be able to order it in.

This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Description

A streamlined boot for highly technical, cold-weather climbing at lower elevations, the Phantom 6000 features an incredibly warm double-boot design with a lightweight, lower profile construction that provides precision climbing on big alpine objectives.

  • Automatic and semi-automatic crampon compatible
  • Vibram® Zero Gravity sole saves weight while increasing warmth
  • Primaloft® Micropile and EVA make the inner boot one of our warmest yet
  • Waterproof zipper and integrated gaiter for all conditions
  • Advanced midsole provides shock absorption and lightweight sensitivity

Weight: 70oz / 1,990g (pair)

If your size is not listed, please do not hesitate to contact us as it is likely we will be able to order it in.

Additional information

Variant

Size 43, Size 44, Size 45, Size 40, Size 41, Size 42, Size 46, Size 47, Size 48

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