Scarpa Ribelle Lite OD

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The Ribelle Lite is designed for moving fast in the mountains and Via Ferrata, it's compatible with Crampons with a flex bar. Their new ARG last shape which has... Show more >
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Scarpa Ribelle Lite OD

The Ribelle Lite is designed for moving fast in the mountains and Via Ferrata, it's compatible with Crampons with a flex bar. Their new ARG last shape which has low volume technical precision, but still has a noticeable toe spring, which gives you a more natural and fluid gate. Joined with the new Pentax Precision Roll sole which has a Vibram outsole with a bi-density PU cushioning that gives you a more natural walking motion.

The upper on the Ribelle Lite is a lightweight Microtech fabric with a direct lamination Outdry membrane; which is fully waterproof and highly breathable. You can get a very snug sock fit with the lightweight lacing system, get the perfect fit without having to struggle with your laces. Both the upper and the midsole are wrapped in a new PU Tech layer that provides excellent abrasion resistance whilst still remaining lightweight compared to conventional rubber rand.

So the Ribelle Lite OD is the perfect shoe for people looking to move fast and light through the mountains and who value comfort, lightweight gear and breathability.

Tech specs

SOLEPentax Precision III
UPPERTech Fabric + Microtech
LININGOutDry® Lamination + 37.5 by Cocona
MID SOLEActiv Plus (polypropylene + fibre glass 4 mm)
WEIGHT1300g per pair 42

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Ribelle Lite OD
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5
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Light and comfortable

I bought these boots for the purpose of climbing classic routes in the alps (PD-D) and they are perfect for this purpose. Very light with a little bit of flex in the sole for comfortable walking. Fits C2 crampons without any problem and good to climb in: decent edge and the bit of flex helps with some light smearing here and there.

I do recommend using snug fitting trousers or small gaiters with these in soft snow conditions as they are relatively low around the ankles and don't have a built in gaiter or anything. Also they look pretty rough after 6 weeks of use this season, but that is to be expected of a light synthetic shoe like this.

Definetely recommend these boots

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