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Mammut Women's Alnasca Knit II Low Shoe - Mountain Steals
Mammut Women's Alnasca Knit II Low Shoe
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Mammut
Women's Alnasca Knit II Low Shoe

Mammut Women's Alnasca Knit II Low Shoe is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
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Product Description
Item No.   10482192
 

FEATURES of the Mammut Women's Alnasca Knit II Low Shoe

  • Pre-shaped tongue construction
  • Elastic knitted sock construction
  • Cushioning Strobel construction with stone shield
  • Double Layer Mesh
  • Base Fit: Sliding webbing transfers power from lacing area to soles, ensuring improved hold in boot to increase safety and comfort.
  • Memo Foam: Ensures individual fit and cushions foot at instep, shin and ankle
  • 360 Heel Support: The three-dimensionally shaped TPU element is designed for the anatomy of the heel bone, which it completely envelops. This delivers optimum heel fit, helps prevent twisted ankles and protects against rock abrasion.
  • Rubber toe cap
  • Michelin OCX Approach rubber compound

Fabric Details

  • Weight: 320 g
Product Specifications
Features: Cushioned
Footwear Height: Ankle
Weight: 11.2 oz
Upper: 3D Knit Vent mesh
Midsole: EVA Wedge
Terrain: Mountain
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Gender: Womens
Best Use: Climbing
Footwear Closure: Lace-up
Toe Coverage: Closed Toe
Product Reviews
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Runs LARGE [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I normally wear 7.5 sometimes 8 in hiking shoes/boots. Bought the 7.5 initially and it was like putting on your dads shoes when you were a kid. Returned and ordered a 7. The heal fits well but still too much room length in the toe box. Do I try a 6.5? Were these shoes mislabeled? I’ve been wearing the 7s but they just don’t feel good. Shoe is also very stiff which isn’t necessarily a bad thing but considerable change when replacing a lasportiva approach shoe.
Date published: 2022-10-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fine Quality/Features... BUT FUNKY FIT! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Please NOTE the following limitations: This review is based on trying the shoe indoors only. Still on the hunt for a replacement shoe now that the LEGENDARY Five Ten Camp 4 has been discontinued, this shoe was a top candidate on paper. Frustratingly, due to fit issues, which I’ve detailed below, this shoe was a scratch off for me before even trying it in the field. The POSITIVES: VERY DECENT toe rand/protection in the toe area, NICE low profile feel that I felt struck a beautiful balance between stiff (enough to protect foot bottoms) while still having flexibility (enough to maintain precision/some feel of the ground underfoot), VERY HIGH QUALITY (WORLDS better than the popular La Sportiva!), and in terms of the soles, (while I’ve never hiked in Michelin soles) I’ve heard great things about the grip! The NEGATIVES: while the knit material probably feels “bombproof” to some coming off mesh hikers, my motto is: THE MORE PROTECTION the BETTER (nubuck is my top choice with thick swede second). Thus, while the knit material is more protective than most meshes (and impressively proved to be much more protective than I would have thought from the photos), it’s a FAR CRY from the type of protection that nubuck uppers will offer. I am also a fan of DEEP lugs for traction on steep slopes with loose footing and these lugs, (while a step up from some approach shoes that have almost no lug depth), were shallower that what I was hoping for/expecting based on the photos. The biggest deal breaker was that I COULD NOT get them tight enough in the heel/ankle area and (rather than continue to size down and risk ‘running out of width’ in the toe & midfoot area, I decided to move on. I attribute this fit issue to a COMBINATION of two features: 1) the ‘attached’ / ‘all-in-one’ type tongue; COUPLED WITH 2) the way the laces stop JUST SHY (i.e. slightly ‘lower down’) the foot/ankle compared to most other shoes. This combination proved to be lethal (in terms of not being able to tighten the shoe enough so that my heel would stop sliding up with each step. Mind you, I do have a slightly narrower than average heel, so if someone does have a wider heel, then this could be the perfect fit. Mammut told me that if anything the shoes run small… which was crazy because for me, they run *VERY large: for most approach shoes, I am a women’s 9.5 and occasionally 9.0… but even the 9.0’s were too big and it is RARE for me to ever size down to a 8.5!
Date published: 2021-12-26
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Size Guide

Mammut Women's Footwear

US WOMENS SIZE 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 11.5 12
UK Size 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5
EU Size 36 36 2/3 37 1/3 38 38 2/3 39 1/3 40 40 2/3 41 1/3 42 42 2/3 43 1/3 44 44 2/3 45 1/3
MONDO (mm) 220 mm 225 mm 230 mm 235 mm 240 mm 245 mm 250 mm 255 mm 260 mm 265 mm 270 mm 275 mm 280 mm 285 mm 290 mm