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Mammut Highlights Winter 2012 | 2013 03

Anniversary news: The Biggest Peak Project in History

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Collection: A symbol of solidarity technology: Equipped for any eventuality 14 Avalanche airbags – recommended by experts 13 Safety

Mammut – Worldwide Partner of IFMGA

150 peaks to celebrate our 150th anniversary. With the Biggest Peak Project in History, Mammut is celebrating its 150th anniversary. Mountaineers from all over the world have climbed 150 peaks on every continent. To round off the Peak Project, 300 international participants – Mammut fans, mountain guides and journalists came together to create a representation of the world map on the “Ewig Schneefeld” between the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.

Alpine Style.

Pure adrenaline.

We started out making our way over an ice field. This was followed by some mixed terrain and loose rocks. But the most strenuous aspect of all was the fresh snow! It took us until around midday to cross the bergschrund. We were pleased when we managed to reach the plateau as planned.

Just the week before, the area had been hit by earthquakes and snowstorms. At the second base camp at 5,900 meters, the tents were ripped to shreds by crows. Sébastien’s skis, which he had left at the high-altitude camp at 6,500 meters, were carried away by an avalanche and he was forced to use his photographer Florian Wagner’s skis. Despite this, Sébastien decided to leave the base camp and make an attempt. He and his sherpas managed to climb above high-altitude camp 1 up to 7,000 meters where they set up high-altitude camp 2. They then had to hold out in the death zone – a great strain with no extra oxygen for the body! At six in the morning, Sébastien set off again. However, he was soon forced to concede that carrying on would be extremely dangerous. High snowdrifts were piled loosely on top of sheer ice and there was no way past. The likelihood of a fall would have become irresponsibly high with each step. So he put his skis on and got ready to head back down to the base camp. This spectacular descent on skis over 1,100 meters of altitude had never been achieved before and once again it took everything Sébastien had. Finally, he reached the bottom safely.

The first ski descent of the west side of Shishapangma

Stephan Siegrist describes his recent tour on the north-west face of Cerro Kishtwar



Cerro Kishtwar, 6,155 m India Stephan Siegrist, David Lama, Denis Burdet


We quickly set up the camp. The next morning, once Denis had the first few pitches behind him, the door to “Ali Baba and the forty thieves” opened: this was the line for our alpine-style attempt. The steepness of the couloir rose up to 85 degrees before flattening out again. After another two pitches, we came to a rocky section with a grade-6 rating. We finally came into the sun on the south ridge and were able to warm our feet. At 1.15 pm, we stood on the east summit. Reaching the summit is always a very emotional and exhilarating experience. Especially, when you can share this joy and fortune with good friends.



Shishapangma, 8,027 m Tibet Sébastien de Saint Marie

Photo: Florian Wagner

Photo: Rob Frost

The Biggest Peak Project in History

Photo: Stefan Schlumpf

Photo: Olaf Crato

Peaks Collection

The stuff of adventures. Team spirit, solidarity and reliable rope teams have ensured the worldwide success of the Peak Project. Our anniversary collection embodies these values. Similar to the structure of a rope, the colors and shapes interact. This symbolizes the cohesion and solidarity of a rope team in the mountains.

The Anniversary Book To celebrate its 150th anni­ versary, Mammut has compiled 150 stories by wellknown authors on the subject of mountaineering and outdoor sports. This unique collection of words and images traces out the past and future of mountain sports. Peak


Etna, 3,323 m Sicily, Italy Jody Barratin, Felice Boccanegra and team

9.5 Swiss Rope Unique design | Optimal handling and top performance | Excellent characteristics

Riding on the volcano.

Speed-flying from one of the most active volcanoes in the world White steam, evil smelling smoke and bubbling lava. This was the setting for the highlight tour on Etna. In perfect weather, the speed-flyers Jody Barratin and Felice Boccanegra climbed 3,323 meters up this active volcano and enjoyed a breathtaking view over the Mediterranean. The Italians then unpacked their paragliders and got ready for a fast-paced descent. With skis on their feet and paragliders on their backs, they made their way down using an adventurous combination of skiing and flying. Congratulations and respect, Jody and Felice!


Maudit Jacket Women A modern design equipped with all the features a weather protection jacket needs | Lightweight, water-resistant 2-layer DRYtech™ material made from robust polyamide

Keele Jacket Men A modern design equipped with all the features a lightweight and water-resistant weather protection jacket needs | 2-layer DRYtech™ material made from robust polyamide

Highland Pants Women Lightweight, water-resistant 2-layer DRYtech™ stretch material | Warm and breathable thermal lining with fleece inner side | Integrated gaiters featuring an innovative adjustment system

Highland Pants Men Lightweight, water-resistant 2-layer DRYtech™ stretch material | Warm and breathable thermal lining with fleece inner side | Integrated gaiters featuring an innovative adjustment system

Taranaki 30 l Lightweight mountaineer’s backpack for mountain hiking or via ferrata | Fully equipped for alpine use | Narrow lines and body-hugging fit | Flap with inside and outside pockets | Lateral ski carrier

Mt. Cascade GTX® Elastic GORE-TEX® tongue construction | Asymmetric lacing | Protective rubber border | Strap-on crampon-compatible | Dual Density wedge

Peaks Collection Snow

Alpine Clothing

A once-in-150-years event: Mammut’s Peaks Collection Snow. We have now added another two highlights to the anniversary collection. For women, there is the Shana Jacket. The first snow jacket combining function and style at the very highest level. For men, we have developed the Rotondo Jacket. A freeriding jacket featuring a very distinctive three-color design.

Soft Shells are multifunctional all-rounders. They combine the functions of an outer layer and a mid-layer of clothing. These highly breathable garments are resistant to abrasion in areas subject to stress, for example from backpack straps, and supple in places where freedom of movement counts.

Peak performance in any weather.


Photo: Rainer Eder

The peak outfit.


Geitgaljern, 1,085 m Lofoten, Norway Anja Bolbjerg and team Plano Jacket Men Comfortable supple Soft Shell material | With membrane | Preshaped sleeves with Velcro closures | Adjustable hem drawstring | Adjustable collar width

Girls on Tour.

Skiing from the summit to a beach barbecue Lofoten, Norway. An unbelievable sequence of peaks and fjords. The Vikings settled in this area due to the plentiful supply of fish. However, as well as fish, this area is also the location for some of the best ski tours and climbing areas Norway has to offer. The Norwegian mountain guide Truls Korsaeth, Danish freerider Anja Bolbjerg and four curious and daring female Norwegian skiers set off to tackle the Geitgaljern. Their aim was to ski down from the highest peak in the Vågen area. And the team of six was lucky. They enjoyed a beautiful day with fresh powder snow and a blue sky. In addition to these perfect conditions, the skill of the skiing aces ensured a successful descent to the coast. On arrival at the bottom, the team gathered together for a barbecue with some freshly caught fish. Rotondo Jacket Men Modern design in DRYtech™ premium 3-layer stretch quality | Adjustable tailored hood

Shana Jacket Women Modern design in DRYtech™ premium 3-layer stretch quality | Zip-off snow skirt specially tailored to the female figure, warm and designed to protect the kidneys

Ultimate Advanced Jacket Men 2-way underarm ventilation, reinforcements on the shoulders, adjustable collar | GORE® WINDSTOPPER® material | Wind-resistant and breathable

Bondasca Jacket Women Comfortable supple Soft Shell material with fleece on the inside | Hem drawstring and collar width can be adjusted with one hand

Stoney Pants Men Integrated waist adjustment system | Splash-proof 2-way side zip for ventilation | Elastic gaiter

Vail Pants Women Ski pants with first-class insulation | Integrated waist adjustment system | 2-way side zip

Base Jump Touring Pants Men Breathable ski touring pants with an abrasion-resistant outer side and brushed reverse side | Short drying time | Very comfortable to wear | Kidney protection

Nimba Pants Women Very comfortable to wear thanks to the water-resistant full-stretch material | Side ventilation with mesh | Elastic reinforcements on the knee and seat areas


Avers Jacket Men Very breathable, warm and comfortable Polartec® | Equipped with alpine features such as backpackand climbing harness-compatible zip pockets

Mood Beanie Warm knitted beanie in contrasting colors | Fleece on the inside | Coordinated with the models from the Peaks Collection

Ladakh Hoody Women Functional combination of supple Soft Shell material with fleecy warm high loft and a Soft Shell with cozy fleece on the inside | Detachable warm hood

Photo: Rainer Eder

Snow Clothing

Freeriding. The new style for freeriding. Mammut’s snow clothing is designed for use in powder snow. Thanks to the very highest quality Soft Shell materials, the jackets and pants are softer and lighter than ever. The design guarantees maximum freedom of movement and is a real eye-catcher.

Flexidown Jacket Men Down-filled inner jacket | Stretch inserts on the side and underneath the sleeves make this ideal for wearing under a ski jacket.


Down quality 90/10 USA, white goose down (750 fill power)


Pertex Microlight




Soft fleece on the inside of the collar Comfort Pro Glove Men A combination of a water-resistant DRYtechTM membrane and soft cowhide leather, offering high dexterity and freedom of movement

Zip pockets


Tightly sealing elastic

Alyeska Jacket Men GORE-TEX® Soft Shell 3-layer | Hermetic jacket-to-pants connection | 2 zips on the collar for optimal comfort

Mansfield Jacket Men DRYtech™ 2-layer with finely structured surface | Ski jacket with first-class insulation

Stoney Jacket Men DRYtech™ Premium 3-layer stretch material | Special detachable hood offering unrestricted range of vision | Detachable elastic snow skirt

Seto Jacket Women DRYtechTM 2-layer | Ski jacket with first-class insulation on the body and arms

Sunridge Jacket Women GORE-TEX® Soft Shell 3-layer | Zip-off snow skirt specially tailored to the female figure, cozy and designed to protect the kidney area

Alyeska Pants Men GORE-TEX® Soft Shell 3-layer | Hermetic jacket-to-pants connection | Zip-off kidney protection with detachable braces

Pizol Pants Men DRYtech™ 2-layer | Integrated waist adjustment system | Elastic snow gaiter

Stoney Pants Men DRYtech™ Premium 2-layer stretch | Splash-proof 2-way side zip for ventilation | Elastic snow gaiter

Nara Pants Women DRYtechTM 2-layer | Ski pants with first-class insulation | Elastic snow gaiter

Sunridge Pants Women GORE-TEX® Soft Shell 3-layer | Hermetic jacket-to-pants connection | Integrated waist adjustment system

Frency Beanie Warm and fashionable with fleece inner side

Photo: Jutta Römmelt

Ski Touring Clothing

390 grams of innovation. If you are out in the mountains in the winter, you are exposed to extreme conditions. Clothing plays a decisive role. It’s not just about properties such as breathability and water-resistance, weight counts as well. At 390 grams, the Lanin Jacket is one of the lightest ski touring jackets around.


042/150 Thermo Headband Multifunctional head covering for versatile protection | Easy to care for and fast drying

Dammkar, West Karwendel Alps, 2,385 m Germany Mammut Store customers

Line (Pommel) Beanie Women Sporty, multi-colored women’s knitted beanie with sporty braid

Aconcagua Glove Sensor screen-compatible gloves | Warm and stretchy Polartec® fleece

The “Dammkarwurm” lives on.

120 ski touring fans and customers of Mammut stores wind their way up the Karwendel mountains In the past, people came in droves to climb the Karwendel Alps through the Dammkar. Images of the legendary “Dammkarwurm” are part of alpine history. More than 120 Mammut fans have now helped to resurrect the legendary “Dammkarwurm”. The wake-up call came at 3.30 am in the base camp, a local gym. After breakfast, the red and black ski touring caravan began the climb up to Dammkar: in twelve groups, each led by a mountain and ski guide from the Mammut Alpine School. By 8.30 am they had already reached their destination. Photographer Bernhard Schmid lined up the “Dammkarwurm” and got the photo in the bag.

Lanin Jacket Men The intelligent use of Gore-Tex® Active Shell as well as a focus on essentials – with no adverse effect on its high functionality – make the Lanin Jacket Men one of the lightest ski touring jackets on the market.




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Extremely light GORE-TEX® Active Shell for reliable protection in high alpine terrain


Stow pocket in the chest pocket Pike Jacket Women Innovative synthetic fiber filling with ideal heat properties for stop -and- go activities | Small packing volume | Light weight

Zip pockets

Lightweight and elastic construction, detachable and adjustable snow skirt


Tightly sealing elastic

Broad Peak II Jacket Men Very lightweight and warm jacket made from high-quality goose down | Can be stowed in the front pocket

Rime Pro Jacket Men Innovative synthetic fiber filling with ideal heat properties for stop-and-go activities | Water-resistant and breathable

Miva II Jacket Women Very lightweight and warm jacket made from high-quality goose down

Larain Jacket Women Ultra-light GORE-TEX® Active Shell for reliable protection in high alpine terrain | Very lightweight and elastic construction, detachable and adjustable snow skirt

Broad Peak Vest Men Very lightweight and warm vest made from high-quality goose down

Terza Pants Women DRYtech™ 3-layer | 2 side ventilation zips | Integrated gaiters

Haute Route Pants Men DRYtech™ 3-layer stretch | Water-resistant | 2 side ventilation zips

Come on tour.

Equipped for any eventuality.

You can find whatever you need for your ski tours here. From ambitious beginners to professional mountaineers or mountain guides, the Mammut range of ski touring products covers the full spectrum of requirements. From super-light single ropes to roomy, versatile and well-equipped backpacks for one- and multi-day tours.


Photo: Jeremy Bernard

Safety Technology

Photo: Nicolas Chibac

Ski Touring Hardware

Mammut has been working intensively on the topic of safety for years. Clever management of risks can help to minimize the dangers inherent in mountain sport. Innovative products are also helping to make the coming winter that bit safer.


Mount Marcus Baker, 4,016 m Ataraxia, USA Sebastian Bubmann and team

Combination of extremes.

PULSE Barryvox® Digital/analog combo device with 3 antennas. Easy. Fast. Effective. The PULSE Barryvox® helps to locate victims safely and quickly. Either in the basic profile with simple user navigation or in the advanced profile with lots of extra functions and individual configuration options.

An Alaskan expedition using only the strength of nature. A two-and-a-half-month expedition through Alaska, involving a combination of five different sports and two cultures. Snow kiting, speed-flying, paragliding, ski touring/mountaineering and glacial traversing. Anything but a stroll (or flight) in the park in these extreme conditions. The vision was to achieve all goals using only the strength of nature. The greatest challenge was the summit of Mount Marcus Baker. Although it was not possible to use the kites for the summit run due to the extremely difficult conditions and “only” half of the team reached the summit, it was nevertheless a great success for the team and for the Peak Project as a whole when Obadiah and Greg reached the summit at 4,106  m on day 27 of the expedition.

8.9 Serenity Lowest diameter, top performance and COATINGfinish™ distinguish this extremely light single rope

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Zephir Altitude Extremely lightweight alpine harness with minimal packing volume for highaltitude and ski tours | Split webbing technology in the hip belt

Also available as a package Trion Element Lightweight mountaineer’s backpack fully equipped for alpine use | Narrow lines and body-hugging fit

Nirvana Pro Touring/freeriding backpack for ski or snowboard tours of one or more days | Top-class carrying comfort and workmanship

Spindrift Light 30 l Lightweight, slim ski touring backpack for minimalist ski tourers | With a flap buckle, flap pocket stitched in place and self-standing flat floor

Spindrift Guide Spacious, versatile and well-equipped touring backpack | 3-step back length adjustment | External pockets for avalanche safety equipment and skins

Probe Light A lightweight avalanche probe that should be an essential item in every touring backpack. Even safer and easier to operate with gloves, thanks to improved lock

Alugator Light Lightweight shovel made from hardened and anodized aluminum, with the shaft receptacle integrated in the shovel blade to reduce packing volume to a minimum

ELEMENT Barryvox® Digital 3-antenna device pared down to the essentials. The ELEMENT Barryvox® stands out thanks to its very simple operation and clear instructions. Its one-button operation and clearly laid-out display make the device very user-friendly


Operated using glovecompatible buttons




Waterproof and impact-resistant housing


Headphone socket


Simple and secure switching from OFF to SEND and SEARCH


Second button for greater user-friendliness


High-quality, full-graphics display

Photo: Rainer Eder

Avalanche Airbags

The airbag for the mountains. Practical, safe and easy to operate: The user can install the R.A.S. Removable Airbag System in a R.A.S.-ready backpack and remove it when required. This allows you to use the backpack, for example, with the airbag for freeriding and without the airbag system on secured trails. In the event of an emergency, the airbag’s bright red color assists with rapid location.

Removable Airbag System R.A.S. In the event of an avalanche, a backpack with an integrated avalanche airbag can help to prevent complete burial and therefore increase chances of survival. The avalanche airbag has now become part of the standard safety equipment for activities away from secured trails. The Removable Airbag System R.A.S. uses the tried-and-tested Snowpulse Airbag Technology. The R.A.S. is a removable avalanche airbag system. It is designed to allow the user to remove it him or herself and fit it in any R.A.S.-compatible backpack. Additional information can be found at


Airbag With a volume of 150 liters, the square airbag offers outstanding buoyancy.

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Deployment handle The lockable deployment handle is protected from snow and guarantees excellent functionality in all situations. Rapidly accessible and easy to stow.

Deployment The lightweight and compact system allows fast inflation. Easy, intuitive use. Rapid insertion of the cartridge.

Operation In the event of an avalanche, pulling the deployment handle releases the air from the high-pressure cartridge. The combination of compressed air and the Venturi effect inflate the airbag within 3 seconds. The effectiveness of the avalanche airbag is based on the physical principle of “inverse segregation”. This sorting effect means that in an equally moving mass of particles, the smaller particles gravitate to the bottom while the larger ones rise to the surface. The avalanche airbag increases the wearer’s volume, significantly boosting this effect. The avalanche airbag can therefore help to prevent complete burial. It also helps to keep the wearer’s head on the surface of the snow and its bright color makes it easier to be found.

Rocker R.A.S. ready 18 l Our most compact freeriding backpack. The Rocker R.A.S. is roomy enough to hold all the essential items for freeriding and is very comfortable to carry thanks to its close-fitting design

Ride R.A.S. ready 22/30 l The perfect all-round backpack. The Ride R.A.S. is perfect for all-mountain and freeriding activities. As well as freeriding, the Ride R.A.S. is also ideal for one-day ski tours

Light R.A.S. ready 30 l The Light R.A.S. is our featherweight among airbags. Maximum functionality despite a weight of around just 1.8 kg (without cartridge). Perfect for one-day tours

Protection R.A.S. ready 18 l Our only freeriding backpack with an integrated back protector and removable tailbone protector. Perfect positioning, maximum comfort and outstanding protection

Ride short R.A.S. ready 20/28 l Our successful Ride R.A.S. model with a shorter back length

Pro R.A.S. ready 35/45 l The avalanche airbag for professionals. This backpack is specially designed to meet the needs of mountain guides. Lots of room, a variety of attachments, multiple compartments, a large back opening and extremely robust construction

Non-refillable cartridge 300 bar steel The cartridge is an essential component of the avalanche airbag system and must be ordered separately. This cartridge is compatible with all Mammut or Snowpulse airbag systems (from winter 2011–2012). The cartridge is designed for one-off use and must be refilled after any deployment. Users can return the empty cartridge to the dealer and their deposit will be refunded

Photo: Robert Bösch


A bright outlook.



Manage and control light in every conceivable situation. Thanks to a combination of light medium, efficient electronics and specially designed optics. Each Mammut light has a different strength. One feature they all share is their user-friendly operation and great reliability in any situation.

Ambient Light X-Shot The Ambient Light attachment allows the X-Shot to be easily converted to a lantern for pleasant diffused light


X-Shot Multifunctional headlamp for demanding mountaineers. Very high light values, as well as four levels of brightness, ensure perfect vision in every situation. Additional features of this reliable outdoor companion include the alpine emergency signal, a function to prevent accidental switching on, red rear light and battery indicator.








S-Lite The S-Lite is distinguished above all by its size and weight, making it easy to fit into a backpack, suitcase or glove compartment

Cable routed with clips





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Tripod socket


04 Specially designed precision lens

Double-click function to prevent accidental switching on


The starting shot.

A starlight ascent of the Jungfrau with personalities from the worlds of sport, politics and business


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Red rear light and flashing light








T-Base The small and extremely lightweight T-Base fits in any backpack, suitcase or pocket and you should never leave home without it

Top international mountaineers such as Dani Arnold, Stephan Siegrist and Denis Burdet took part in the starlight ascent of the Jungfrau along with well-known politicians and figures from the business world. This climb heralded the start of Mammut’s 150th anniversary celebrations. The teams then set off on routes via the Rotbrett, Rottal and south-east ridge. Led safely by the Mammut Proteam members and experienced mountain guides. Between 7 and 8.30 am, in perfect conditions, all the rope teams reached the summit.




S-Flex The S-Flex is powered by a single AA battery, keeping size and weight to a minimum. However, the combination of a HiFlux LED and Total Reflex Optics generates excellent light output

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T-Peak Perfect for both alpine activities and fast-paced endurance sports. Thanks to its innovative optics, this featherweight offers excellent light output






Ambient Light Dry Bag Simply attach to a headlamp to create pleasant diffused light for cooking or reading and to create the romantic ambiance of an evening under canvas

Personalities from the worlds of sport, politics and business


Battery indicator





Jungfraujoch, 4,158 m Switzerland





T-Trail From camping, to hiking and night bouldering, weighing in at just 72 grams, this barely noticeable headlamp always provides sufficient light

Hiking Footwear

From tours over snow and ice, on exposed rock faces to ascents over boulders and grass – Mammut’s mountaineering footwear takes the whole spectrum of requirements in its stride. Crampon compatibility and precision are standard features for climbing.

Winter is just around the corner. Now is the time to make sure you don’t get cold feet. From snowshoe tours to winter hiking or mud and snow in the city, winter hiking shoes are the ideal companions in the cold season.

A step forward.

Photo: Thomas Senf

Mountaineering Footwear

Warm recommendations.

Team Gore-Mammut. Together on the Alphubel

The ascent of the 4,206-meter Alphubel peak in the Valais region of Switzerland took place at the start of June. The tour reflected the long-term partnership between Gore and Mammut. Mammut CEO Rolf Schmid was also part of the team along with the Gore outdoor crew led by Andreas Frei. For him, the tour was “a great opportunity to share a special mountain experience in a rope team with partners from Mammut”.



Alphubel, 4,206 m Switzerland Team Gore-Mammut

Monolith GTX® This crampon-compatible and lightweight mountaineering and trekking boot is comfortable to wear and offers safety for alpine pursuits.

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Motion Control®


Hybrid Shell

T Aenergy GTX® The Light Tec hiking boot, which builds on the success of the Teton GTX® model, makes use of significantly more technological materials and is thus both lighter and more durable.

Elastic Gore-Tex® tongue construction


3-zone lacing


Whitehorn GTX® Compact, warm boots for winter and everyday wear, hikes in the snow, tobogganing and snowshoe tours

Blackfin TL Warm, soft and versatile boot for winter hikes, snowshoe tours or tobogganing

Teton GTX® Technical hiking boot for challenging hikes in all kinds of terrain

Mercury/Nova Advanced GTX® Based on the Nova, this model is cut slightly higher, offering greater strength and safety on more challenging hikes


Board lasting


Strap-on cramponcompatible

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Base Fit®


Base Fit®

Mamook GTX® The multi-award winning, cramponcompatible and lightest alpine boot for challenging tours on rocks and ice Asymmetric lacing

Memo Foam


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Soft Shell

Onyx GTX® Lightweight Soft Shell winter hiking boot with secure winter sole

Mercury Pro GTX® Mercury Advanced in smooth waxed leather for even greater robustness, strength and safety

Mercury GTX® The flagship of the successful easyhiking series. Lightweight, unbelievably comfortable, high-quality and real nubuk leather

Board lasting


Rolling Concept®

Hybrid Shell

Photo: Andy Fox

Backpacking | Multifunction Footwear

Secure grip. Light step.

The right boot for each alpine application. Backpacking boots are ideal for anyone who likes to tackle tough via ferrata routes or challenging alpine treks carrying heavy loads. If you want to travel light, comfortably and safely when trail running, Nordic walking or climbing, the Mammut multifunction boot is perfect for you.



Cima Grande, 2,999 m Dolomites, Italy outdoor magazine


MTR React GTX® The GORE-TEX® version of this mountain trail runner is also brimming with innovative technology, making sure you don’t get caught in the rain during fast-paced mountain activities.

A reader team climbs the classic peak in the Sexten Dolomites Together with “outdoor” magazine, ascent of Cima Grande in the Dolomites: A dream come true for four readers. On Saturday, September 24, the team climbed to the summit of Cima Grande, the biggest of the three pinnacles in the Sexten Dolomites. The perfect late-summer weather and the three experienced mountain guides Hubert and Flavio Moroder, as well as Lucas Pitscheider from the Catores alpine school, made the day an unforgettable experience for the members of the “outdoor” team. The route took the normal path on the south side of Cima Grande.

01 Mt. Cascade GTX® This lightweight alpine boot for challenging tours and via ferrata is made from robust Dropstop textile with velour leather reinforcements

Mt. Centry/Mt. Centrina GTX® Strap-on crampon-compatible alpine boot for via ferrata and alpine activities, made from velour leather, synthetic leather and Dropstop textile

Ultimate Low GTX® Soft Shell boot, suitable for everyday use all year round or for traveling. Good breathability without any adverse effect on performance in wet conditions


Claw II GTX® The newly developed version of its highly technical, lightweight predecessor, incorporating a wide range of innovations


Chilkoot GTX® Men Mid-height, multifunctional mountain and hiking boot made from nubuk and velour leather

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Siluette GTX® Women Mid-height, multifunctional mountain and hiking boot made from nubuk and velour leather

White Rose GTX® Women Lightweight, mid-height, grippy and stable mountain boot, completely waterproof

Pacific Crest GTX® Men Lightweight, mid-height, grippy and stable mountain boot

Redburn GTX® Highly technical, grippy multifunction approach boot. Patented Mammut® Base Fit lacing

Elastic Gore-Tex® tongue construction

Ruler Light and soft multifunction approach boot brimming with innovative technology

PU shock absorber

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Kevlar protection Cushioning Strobel construction

Single Shell construction


Stone Shield

Photo: Lincoln Cles

Eiger Extreme Collection

Innovations for life on the edge.

Developed to withstand the harshest conditions. Some innovative products have been added to the Eiger Extreme Collection. Top-quality down and fiberfill inserts ensure optimal warmth. And for moments of great physical exertion, an extremely light GORE-TEX® Active material provides maximum breathability.

Nordwand Jacket Men Extremely robust and abrasion-resistant full­-stretch 3-layer GORE-TEX® Pro jacket | Adjustable helmet-compatible hood | Zip-off snow skirt

Mittellegi Jacket Women Extremely robust and abrasionresistant full-­stretch 3-layer GORE-TEX® Pro jacket | Adjustable helmet-compatible hood | Zip-off snow skirt

Nordwand Pants Men Extremely light and yet abrasion-resistant full-stretch 3-layer GORE-TEX® Pro pants | Side ventilation and snow skirt

Mittellegi Pants Women Extremely light and yet abrasionresistant full-stretch 3-layer GORETEX® Pro pants | Side ventilation and snow skirt

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Eigerjoch Glove Waterproof three-finger glove with down | GORE® X-TRAFITTM | High heat performance | Good dexterity

Felsturm Touring Jacket Men Extremely light 3-layer GORE-TEX® Active quality | Maximum breathability and weather protection | Pit zips | Detachable snow skirt

Biwak Jacket Women Innovative double-chamber construction | Body mapping based on synthetic fibers and down | Water-resistant outer material

Eigerjoch Jacket Men Innovative double-chamber construction | Body mapping based on synthetic fibers and down | Water-resistant outer material

Gore-TEX® Active Clothing equipped with GORE-TEX® Active laminates is ideal for one-day activities involving very high levels of physical exertion. It is specially designed to ensure extreme breathability, and therefore offers guaranteed comfort and long-lasting protection from water and wind.

Trion Nordwand 35 l Weather-resistant, versatile and wellequipped, robust alpine backpack | Waterproof taped, height-adjustable and removable flap

Nordwand TL Despite packing in a complete range of technical features, this awardwinning full-gaiter boot is the lightest in its category, making it a perfect fit for the Eiger Extreme range

David Lama on the Compressor route

The dream of Cerro Torre. David Lama has won the duel with Cerro Torre. On his third attempt, he became the first mountaineer to free-climb the Compressor route over the south-east ridge of Cerro Torre to reach the summit at 3,128 meters. “On January 19, Peter Ortner and I started our hike from El Chalten to Nipo Nino. We then climbed onto the shoulder to reach the start of the route at the bolt traverse, before immediately continuing to a more technically difficult edge, a few meters to the left of the ‘Salvaterra Crack’. A few pitches later, we reached the ‘Iced Towers’ where we decided to bivouac. The next morning, we came to the headwall. The fact that Hayden and Jason had removed bolts made my task even more challenging, with sparse protection forcing me to make long run outs. Making our way over loose flakes, we followed three pitches on the ‘Compressor route’. Around 20 meters below the Compressor, we traversed to the right and came to a system of cracks and grooves which we followed to the summit. Our alpine ascent from the col took us 24 hours.”

Photo: Stefan Schlumpf

Mammut has marked the occasion of its 150th anniversary by deepening a very special commitment. Mammut is donating one percent of turnover from sales of its anniversary collection and Anniversary Book to fund actions carried out in partnership with the IFMGA (International Federation of Mountain Guides Associations), helping mountain and trekking guides in emerging nations such as Peru and Kyrgyzstan to benefit from new Mammut equipment and sound training according to the IFMGA standard. As well as improving the situation in terms of equipment and training, Mammut also aims to create long-term income prospects for local mountain and trekking guides in Peru and Kyrgyzstan. Peru has also been included as one of the destinations in the Mammut Alpine School program. The objective is to attract more tourists and help mountain and trekking guides earn a regular income to support their families. However, our commitment to these countries, especially Kyrgyzstan, began long before this and therefore Mammut can look back on several successes since 2007. These include the creation of a mountain guide association as well as a mountain guide training center in Kyrgyzstan, campaigns for clearing and renovation projects for increased sustainability in the mountains. Mammut is strengthening its commitment to sustainability and safety on the mountains all over the world. We care. See the projects for yourself and meet the people involved! Mammut Alpine School tours to Peru and Kyrgyzstan

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