What are Cookies?
Our online store utilizes Cookies to simplify website handling. Cookies are small, alpha-numeric text files which facilitate recognition of your computer upon re-opening of the page. This way, user names and preferences can be assigned in such a way that you do not have to re-enter them, for example.
We differentiate between our own Cookies, the so-called “First Party Cookies,” and those of third parties, “Third Party Cookies.” Furthermore, we subdivide our own Cookies into those that are urgently needed to operate the site (Absolutely Necessary Cookies) and all other Cookies. This also includes third-party Cookies, the primary purpose of which is not to serve website operation.
Cookies are harmless; they do not in any way harm your computer and do not contain any viruses or malware. Nonetheless, you can disable the use of Cookies in your browser. However, this may lead to certain website functions and applications not working as usual and in full.
You will find an exact description of the disabling process for the most commonly-used browsers at the end of this page.

Why does Mammut use Cookies?
We use the information collected by the Cookies as follows:

  1. Improvement of website user-friendliness;
  2. Recognition of the computer when you visit our website;
  3. Tailoring of our website to your needs;
  4. Website administration;
  5. Avoiding fraud and improving website security;
  6. Evaluation of the use of our website;
  7. Tracking your steps on our website.

We additionally use Google Analytics to assess the use of this website. To learn more about the individual analytic Cookies, you can consult Google’s privacy requirements at

Instructions: Disabling the Cookies


  1. Open the Firefox browser.
  2. Click the menu button, choose “History” and click “Clear Recent History.”
  3. Set “Time range to clear” in the pick list to “Everything.”
  4. Click the small arrow button next to “Details” to open the history data list.
  5. Check “Cookies” and remove the check marks from the other items that you do not want to clear.
  6. Click on “Clear now” to clear the Cookies and to close the “Clear Recent History” window.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Internet Explorer symbol.
  2. Click the “Tools” button, point to “Safety,” then click “Delete browsing history.”
  3. Check the “Cookies and website data” check box, then click “Delete.”

Google Chrome:

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Select “Settings.”
  3. Click on “Show advanced settings.”
  4. In the “Privacy” tab click on “Content settings.”
  5. You can disable Cookies in the “Cookies” section and save your settings.


  1. Open Safari.
  2. Select “Settings” in the function list (gray gear wheel in the upper right-hand corner) and click on “Safari.”
  3. Select “Website Data” under “Advanced,” then click “Remove all Website Data.”