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La Sportiva Trango Tower Extreme GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's

$475.00
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Trango Tower Extreme GTX Mountaineering Boot

The La Sportiva Men's Trango Tower Extreme GTX Mountaineering Boot combines alpine-worthy performance with comfort fit for long approaches. Its waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane is insulated to keep warm year-round. La Sportiva's exclusive One sole consists of one of Vibram's more versatile rubber compounds for solid traction from snowy trails to the start of the ice wall. Vibram One includes a stiff TPU midsole with PU inserts for full crampon compatibility.

  • Mountaineering boot built for single day ice high in the alpine
  • Gore-Tex Performance Comfort gives waterproof, breathable protection
  • Vibram One sole compounded with sticky rubber and edging platforms
  • Abrasion-resistant uppers with Honeycomb Guards in high-wear areas
  • 3D Flex ankle enhances longitudinal lock out and lateral flexibility
  • Collar tip gaiter for additional coverage and warmth
  • Item #LSP00JJ

Upper Material
high-tenacity nylon, Honey-Comb Guard, FlexTec3, microfiber, PU, Vibram rubber
Waterproofing
GORE-TEX Performance Comfort
Lining
microfiber
Closure
lace
Last
Trangro
Footbed
insulated IBI-Thermo (9mm)
Midsole
TPU, dual-density EVA (6-7mm)
Sole
La Sportiva One by Vibram, Impact Brake System
Crampon Compatibility
automatic, semi-automatic
Claimed Weight
3lb 3oz
Recommended Use
ice climbing, mountaineering
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
41.0
Height
5` 6"
Weight
140 lbs

I bought these as an alternative to my Nepals for winter snowshoeing and cold-weather volcano ascents. They are AWESOME. The fit is similiar to my other Sportivas, the padding is warm, and they weigh less than my Nepals. They are still stiff like winter mountaineering boots should be, but they feel a bit less stiff than others. The rubber is sticky and great on wet rock. I am considering ditching my Nepals having taken them out from October to December. I've read they are good ice climbing boots, so this will make the detrmination