/ Mera peak and Nepal Evo
Has anyone had any experience with them at around 6000m?
Just trying to figure out whether its worth buying a new pair or renting some as it'll just be a one off.
You should enjoy Mera. The climb is easy, aside from the attitude, and the view from the top is spectacular!
Thanks again chaps
If they are your size you can borrow them.
My toes were super toasty in them.
If you buy a pair of second hand plastics say scraps Vegas you will be able to sell them when you get back to Kathmandu. You may even get what you paid for them.
scraps = Scarpa!
Denbigh army surplus also sell plastic boots. I used to have a pair of ex mil Lowa plastics from them which I had no problems with.
Google them, website was shit but thier quick on the phone and get kit out to you pretty fast.
i dit mera peak on la sportiva nepal top's got cold wen i wasn't walking.
water was frozen solid after 30min in a nalgene bottle.
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