Excellent climbing performance on the rock, but WAY overpriced for what amounts to a high-top approach shoe. Beware of reviews from pros elsewhere-- these folks don't need to pay for their footwear or can take the cost off their taxes! Not durable--as another reviewer noted the orange midsole degrades rapidly and the sole begins to delaminate (in my case, after only a few alpine rock climbs). Not good for hiking--not enough cushion, the high top provides very little support, and they fill with dirt in a heartbeat. Not stiff enough for snow, plus they would leak like a sieve. I have a number of La Sportiva products, and this is the only one that I would not recommend. A waste of money. If you want a great, much cheaper approach/climbing shoe-- get the La Sportiva Boulder X.
do you sell extra front points for these?
A great alpine pack for long days. Not likely to be very durable, but I wouldn't expect that for such a light pack. It only came with one tool-shaft-Velcro-holder-thingy, which was kind of odd, but otherwise it is well designed.
Superb optics and quality--the only sunglasses I now own. Have used from the Canadian Rockies to New Zealand, from deserts to glaciers, from driving to ice climbing. Fairly priced. BTW, can use alcohol hand sanitizer to clean, as suncreen/grease can be hard to get off the inside of the lenses.