La Sportiva Trango Extreme Evo Light Gtx
ú289.95, added Sep/2009, see all La Sportiva news & reviews
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La Sportiva - Trango Extreme Evo Light Gtx #1
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Recommended for ice and mixed terrain

Boot designed for the modern requirements of the alpinist: waterproof, lightweight, insulated, high performance. The ideal balance for people who want a light boot suitable for crampons. Featuring the same abrasion resistant and waterproof Cordura« upper of the Trango S Evo, and a Gore-Tex«/Duratherm« membrane, that guarantees waterproofness and breathability, combined with an antishock HP3 midsole. Suitable for alpinism, ice climbing and hiking. The improved lacing system features a lace lock that allows double tension. Double rubber reinforcement on the toe box, double density Vibram« sole - easy to resole.

Upper: Water repellent Cordura« with hydro-treatment + Flex Tec 2

Reinforcements: Water repellent Lorica« with waterproof external coating

Lining: Gore-Tex« laminated Duratherm«

Sole: Vibram« with anti-shock insert

Insole: 9 mm insulating Ibi-Thermo

Sole: Vibram« with anti-shock insert

Sizes: 37 - 47,5 including half sizes

Weight: Gr. 1.600 per pair

RRP: £289.95

STOCKISTS: at www.lyon-outdoor.co.uk

See more at www.lasportiva.com

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