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La Sportiva Glacier WLF Boot - Men's



Why We Like The Glacier WLF Boot

La Sportiva designed this burly boot for forest management work and post-fire cleanups, but the Roughout leather upper and Vibram Ice-New sole make it worthy for our burly treks with heavy backpacks over rugged trails. The steel shank and Aircushion heel ensure proper support whether you're packing a bag full of fire gear or backpacking essentials. 

  • Burly boot worthy for forest work or backpacking rugged terrain
  • Roughout leather upper ensures long-lasting durability
  • Dry-Best lining wicks moisture and dries quickly
  • MtnFlex insole with steel shank and Aircushion for comfy support
  • Not designed for front line firefighting
  • Vibram Ice-New is heat-resistant up to 572F
  • Item #LSP00JG

Upper Material
Idro-Perwanger Roughout leather (3mm)
MtnFlex (8mm) [shank] steel, Dacromet coating
Aircushion (PU)
Vibram Ice-New (ISO 20344)
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
backpacking, hiking, work
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Initial Review

True to size
Size Bought
210 lbs

Purchased 5 sets of boots that I thought would fit my needs. My last pair of strictly hiking boots lasted 20 years and went all over the country. Four test fits and four narrow fits. I wear a medium wool sock with liner all the time with this type of boot. This boot my foot slid in and had more than enough room but not too much. I have learned the hard way on hot spots and blisters with my lighter hiking boots and fit. I'll keep you posted on how they wear. I do like their construction. I like the additional padded tongue. I like the lacing system and the sole.

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Is this a cold weather boot or an all year boot


What's the height.


I'm looking at the Glacier WLF boot with Arctic Ice Vibram sole - is this the same sole as the Vibram Arctic Grip, or Ice-Trek as advertised by Vibram? I'm looking for a little traction on snow over or icy road conditions.