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Millet Radikal Pro Mountaineering boots.

Postby snoopdhani » Sat Jan 08, 2011 8:52 pm

Anyone worn these?
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Re: Millet Radikal Pro Mountaineering boots.

Postby JJBrunner » Sun Jan 09, 2011 2:54 am

I just got Millet Radikal Rock boots and I love them if that helps at all...
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Re: Millet Radikal Pro Mountaineering boots.

Postby gilbo » Sun Jan 09, 2011 6:14 pm

I do not have the Pro, but I have owned the Radikal for a couple of years. Warmth is pretty good for a lightweight single boot. The are very comfortable to walk and climb in. I did have an issue with a crack? in the boot last year and on a trip to Colorado this summer, they replaced with a new pair. Boot fits a medium to narrow foot.
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Re: Millet Radikal Pro Mountaineering boots.

Postby mikefalls » Thu Nov 24, 2011 7:11 pm

Did you find that the BOA system puts pressure on your instep? While it's not the worst fitting boot I have ever worn (the Army does an exceptional job of providing the worst boots ever!) I bought them half a size up (I wear a 10.5 in my Nepal EVOs and bought the Millets in an 11) When I wear a thick sock they seem to do well, likewise when I added an tongue. Just wanted to see if anyone else has experienced a similar fit.
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