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Tried and tested on the most unforgiving terrain on the planet, the ultra-lightweight Lowa Vajolet GTX Mountaineering Boot moves over mixed terrain with stability and authority, with or without crampons. Armored with a lasted Gore-Tex lining, this boot ensures no afternoon snow melt gets inside and threatens your toes, while its engineered anatomical C4 tongue yields a close fit that moves with your precise footwork.

  • The microfiber and Cordura upper yield ultralight durability for the most demanding alpine climbing you can handle
  • A Vibram Mulaz rubber outsole locks down on all types of terrain for sure steps where they count
  • An Edge CR midsole made with molded EVA adds cushion to weighted steps and features a heel insert for securing combination crampons
  • The full-length 6mm nylon shank features a PU layer for incredible support when kicking steps into steep, icy cruxes
  • A Balance foam footbed adds extra cushioning, a custom fit, and aids breathability
  • Climate Control System features perforations in the boot upper that pump out sweat vapors and draw in fresh air
  • The Flexfit ankle technology and Tongue Stud with X-Lacing beefs up stability in the ankle and equalizes pressure to enable maximum blood flow and prevent injury
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I'm considering buying these for 3 week...

I'm considering buying these for 3 week backpacking in Patagonia's spring/early summer. How do they do with a heavy pack - 60 to 80 pounds? Would Lowa's Mountain Expert GTX be better for the heavy load?

I asked the opposite question on the Scarpa...

I asked the opposite question on the Scarpa Charmoz GTX page, but I'm wondering how this boot compares (fit-wise) to the Charmoz? Which has a roomier toe box, etc? Thanks!