Hey guys, First off, thanks very much to those who helped me out over in the Haberdashery on what to wear in my last job interview. Things went very well and I have a lot of the guys here at B&B to thank for it. You guys help make those difficult decisions in life just a little bit easier. Anyway, my girlfriend and I are going to be doing A LOT of hiking this upcoming summer. I need to get some boots that can handle scrambling and keep a sure foot on some steep scree. For those who live in Alberta, I'm looking at climbing the following peaks this year in and around the Kananaskis and Bow Valleys: Ha Ling, Lady McDonald, East Rundle, (West) Rundle, a few easy ridges, Yamnuska (not the face) and maybe Cascade depending on how Rundle goes. I'm looking to drop about $200. This is mostly going to be June/July/August hiking so these don't need to be incredibly warm. Anyone with tips on which boots perform well on scree? Anything helps at this point.