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Zamberlan Torre GTX 2010

£290.00

The Torre GTX is designed specifically for Alpine use and it is only available through Zamberlan’s Alpine specialist stores. As you’d expect from a boot dedicated to Alpine use you get slightly lighter upper construction to keep weight to a minimum. There’s good reinforcement though with a solid toe box and a full rubber rand. The ankle cuff is a ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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Boreal Nelion 2010

£210.00

A new boot from Boreal that drives their product range well into the 21st century, the Nelion competes directly with the best boots in its class thanks to its combination of functional features and competitive pricing. The boot has a leather upper that is free from too much stitching so it should be pretty durable. There is a rubber rand ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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La Sportiva Trango S Evo GTX 2009

£220.00

The La Sportiva Trango S Evo GTX 4 is a boot with an upper made of mixed materials that helps to keep the weight down. The tongue is well-padded to improve the comfort of the laces too, and so when this is on the foot it feels light and comfortable. There is a waterproof lining to maintain dry feet, and ...

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Kayland Apex Rock 2009

£200.00

Some winter boots are better for climbing, and others are better for walking. Kayland’s Apex Rock, as the name suggests, is very much a climbing-orientated design. It has a close, narrow fit, which benefits from lacing that extends right down to the toes. The result is a really dexterous feel that means you can confidently place the toe exactly where ...

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Mammut Monolith GTX 2009

£190.00

The Monolith GTX is a new 4-season boot from Mammut, owners of the brand formerly known as Raichle. It is very lightweight with synthetic materials on the upper and a particularly modern design. The benefits of the design include the reduced weight and the performance for the price. This boot slips onto the feet and feels close-fitting and dexterous immediately, ...

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Kayland Apex Rock 2008

£200.00

The Kayland Apex Rock is a great 4-season boot for mountaineers, thanks to the narrow style, which benefits from lacing that extends right down to the toes, so a closer and more precise fit is provided. There is also a locking eyelet that allows you to tighten the lower section and lock it off. This boot is relatively light, too, ...

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Kayland Apex Rock

£190.00

This is a wonderful 4-season boot. Slip it on, and the superb lacing and lace locking design is instantly appealing, as it allows you to tighten the lower section and lock it off with unparalleled ease. This boot is lightweight too and has a great dexterous feel that makes it ideal for scrambling and mountaineering. The ankle cuff is quite ...

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La Sportiva Glacier Evo GTX

£170.00

With this 4-season boot, a one-piece leather upper provides the primary barrier against the mountain environment, so there is no stitching to fray and little chance of water getting in. You get a Gore-Tex waterproof lining to guarantee dry feet though and a rubber rand around the toe to guarantee durability. A solid toe box provides vital protection while the ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
  • Owners' rating rating is 4

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