COMPETITION: WINNER - La Sportiva Trango Tower Extreme

WINNER: dogfish

La Sportiva boots have been the benchmark for all mountain lovers since 1928, made with materials distinguished by reliability, technical performance and sturdiness with state of the art of technology applied to new boot design.

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Available in both Men's and Women's versions the Trango Tower Extreme GTX is new for 2018 and is a fully crampon compatible mountaineering boot designed for technical use on ice and mixed terrain. The uppers use an exclusive high tenacity reinforced fabric with Honey-Comb Guard™ in abrasion zones. Weight is kept in check thanks to the exclusive low volume, La Sportiva Cube Vibram sole.

The Gore-Tex Insulated Comfort lining ensures warmth and breathability. The 3D-Flex System allows for better control on holds and the lacing system guarantees perfect regulation of volume for optimal fit and comfort.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of La Sportiva Trango Tower Extreme GTX boots worth £330 SRP simply answer the question below.

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:)) Who knows. Actually the Trango Tower extreme also have the offending sole which wears out after a few days of intense use. (Weight is kept in check thanks to the exclusive low volume, La Sportiva Cube Vibram sole)....
Well hopefully I win as my Batura 2's are almost done after a couple of dozen days out. If not I'll go back to my Trango Alp GTX's which still have years left in them despite being already being used for years... don't...

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