Why We Like The LOWA Alpine Evo GTX Mountaineering Boot
When we are challenging ourselves in steep, alpine environments we need a boot that can keep up. We trust the Lowa Alpine Evo GTX Mountaineering Boot to get us to the top with its technical performance features, premium build and its lightweight but super durable construction. The upper is made of leather and a synthetic fabric for a breathable and flexible boot, and PU-injected Reptex® protective reinforcements help shake off cuts and abrasion from rocks. The GORE_TEX lining ensures our feet stay dry when the boots are engulfed by snow, while a Lycra collar helps keep any snow from coming inside the boot. The dual-density DuraPU midsole combines a PU wedge for cushioning and shock absorption and a TPU wedge for stabilization, ensuring we have a comfortable, stable, and fatigue-reducing platform to hike all day on. Last but definitely not least, the Vibram ALP TRAC Numen outsole provides an uncompromising group in alpine terrain, and features a flat rubber section at the toes for improved climbing ability.
- Leather and synthetic upper for a lightweight and durable fabric
- GORE-TEX lining seals out water
- Dual Density DuraPU midsole absorbs shock
- Semi-Automatic crampon compatible with heel welt
- Vibram Alp Trac Numen Outsole provides a great grip on ice and snow
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- Upper Material
- leather, synthetic
- Climate Control
- dual density PU
- Vibram Alp Trac Numen
- single boot
- Crampon Compatibility
- Shaft Height
- above ankle
- Claimed Weight
- [single shoe] 1lbs 10.8oz (760g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited 1 year
- mountaineering, ice climbing
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This product can expose you to chemicals including PFAS which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.