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Josh W.

Josh W. wrote a review of on January 30, 2013

5 5

I sorta hoard packs...I literally have a dozen but this is by far my favorite. Its great for multi-day alpining and compresses down to nothing if you're looking to use it for some quick day runs. I would recommend buying the optional Fitlock belt if you're going on long hauls. Also spend some time playing with the ice tool straps. They take a bit to get used to but once you do you'll be strapping whatever you need to them in no time!

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Josh W. wrote an answer about on January 29, 2013

They are quite different boots. The Nepal is an incredibly warm comfortable boot for general winter mountaineering that in my opinion (and use) excel at long high altitude climbs. Super rigid but just enough flex in the ankle. The Trango Evo Extremes are much like the other models. Light weight mix climbing boots capable of tackling almost any terrain in early winters and late springs. For longer colder climbs Id pick the Nepal over these but on shorter technical routes these rule! Size up a half size as the heels fit real snug. cheers.

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