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The AKU Spider is serious about mountaineering—just like you are.

The lightweight AKU Men's Spider Kevlar GTX Boots excel at keeping your feet warm and dry in extreme conditions. The Italian-made, crampon-compatible Spiders have super durable uppers that take abuse from scree and ice. The Gore-Tex XCR liners let sweat vapors escape but don't let a drop of water into your boots. Insulation keeps feet toasty and frostbite-free. An asymmetrical tongue reduces the amount of material and seams pressing on your foot, which ensures good blood circulation and allows for excellent ankle articulation without any loss of support. Feet rest directly on the midsoles for optimal shock absorption and dynamic support.

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Im looking for a Scottish Winter boot but...

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Im looking for a Scottish Winter boot but somthing I can use up mont blanc and aba dablam in the next few years. Looking at this boot and the La Sportiva Nepal. Any advice welcome.

I wear a size nine will your size nine fit...

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I wear a size nine will your size nine fit me?

Can you get this boot in 4e I have a wide...

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Can you get this boot in 4e I have a wide foot and have tried on several boots the only one's that fit good so far are New Balance 1500 cause I can get them in a 4e width but they are not insulated and where I'm going they have to be any help would be appreciated.

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Jonathon,I'm sure you have experienced difficulty in finding extra wide shoes in casual styles. For mountaineering boots it is close to impossible. My best advice is to get a pair of plastic boots from Koflach. The shells come in whole sizes while the liners come in half sizes. If you know someone at a good ski shop they should know how to heat the plastic and shape it out. The downside is you won't have a warranty for your new boots. Other then that I do not know how you are going to find a comfortable extra wide insulated boot. Hope that gives you a starting point.Mahalo, Sumo

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aoraki 12/28/08

thanks for allowing trial fitting and return deal.
AKU's fit the best so returned
other 3 brands and am happy with results. they felt as good up and down stairs in my house as they did on the summit rocks and the descent on the glacier
even used them for a hike in
the Milford Sound area in the
pouring rain (comfortable and
dry). wish I'd got a photo of
the boots at the Cook summit
but it wa VERY windy.

How is the fit on these boots? I usually...

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How is the fit on these boots? I usually have to get a half or more size up to acomodate the width of my foot. Also, would it work well for multi-day trips fot the 14ers of Colorado?

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I found these to run true to size. They should work for what you're looking to do, no problem.

would these boots suit the kokoda trail

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would these boots suit the kokoda trail

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Way too warm! These boots have 400 grams of insulation & the Kokoda Trail in in New Guinea. A full grain-leather GTX boot would work much better. Even if you're going over Mt. Bellamy, it's just a little over 7,000 ft. Check these out instead:http://www.backcountry.com/store/ASO0023/Asolo-TPS-520-GV-Backpacking-Boot-Mens.html