Made to tackle the toughest conditions on Earth.

Lowa designed the 8000 GTX Boot to help pro mountaineers survive in some of Earth’s most inhospitable environments. Focusing on warmth, stability, and durability, Lowa engineers developed a boot that can handle conditions that would destroy other mountaineering boots and leave you stranded in the death zone.

  • Highly durable Cordura uppers with full-length gaiters keep snow from getting inside the outer boot
  • Gore-Tex Duratherm membrane is guaranteed waterproof and breathable
  • Alu-coated PE foam and PrimaLoft inner boot provides insulation
  • Vibram Teton outsole with thin EVA insert for full-length cushioning
  • Full-length TPU stabilizing plate and ceramic-coated protection band give crampons a stable, secure platform

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do these boots fit a narrow foot?

do these boots fit a narrow foot?

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They do...but if you want an even better narrow fitting boot, go with the La Sportiva Olympus Mons Evo. This boot is AMAZING and in my opinion a much better narrow fitting boot, as well as a better brand of boot.

I've never worn this kind of boot. What...

I've never worn this kind of boot. What kind of sock set up would I wear/use? Are these boots so warm the way they're designed that a single, medium-weight wool sock would be enough?

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You'll find as many opinions about socks as there are people. But in my experience, it depends on the temps you'll use the boot. I assume you'll be using these on an expedition. But if not, the following still applies: On lower sections of the mountain (or more moderate climates) you'll wear thinner, midweight socks as these boots will be very warm. The colder it gets, the thicker the socks you'll need. No boots are warm enough in the coldest conditions- socks are a BIG part of warmth that most people overlook. Lastly, these boots don't hike so well, and warmer socks like Smartwool Expedition Socks have long "terry loops" on the interior of the sock. The longer the terry loops, the less likely they are to cause blisters. Therefore, I personally wear expedition socks in boots like these for comfort reasons- in any temperature. Hope that helps.