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La Sportiva Trango Extreme Evo Light GTX (2014)

£300.00

The La Sportiva Trango Extreme Evo Light GTX is designed for ice climbing, mixed climbing and cold-weather alpine pursuits, so it has an insulated lining as well as Gore-Tex to keep your feet comfortable. The upper is made from synthetic materials to keep weight down, with extra durability provided by the rubber rand that extends all the way around the ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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The North Face Verto S6K Glacier GTX (2014)

£330.00

The North Face’s Verto S6K Glacier GTX is designed to be used up to 6000m on Alpine mountains and glaciers, and if you grab it between toe and heel and try to bend the sole, it’s clear this is a true 4-season boot because there’s plenty of stiffness in that sole unit. Inside the boot there’s also a layer of ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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The North Face Verto S6K Glacier GTX (2013)

£330.00

The 6K denotes that the The North Face Verto S6K Glacier GTX is designed to be used at altitudes up to 6000m on Alpine mountains, and for that environment it has a good set of features. So you get Primaloft insulation inside to help keep your feet warm and this boot is also very light at 2088g (pair, size 11) ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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La Sportiva Trango Extreme Evo Light GTX (2013)

£300.00

There are various versions of the Trango in the La Sportiva range, and this Extreme Evo Light GTX version is designed for the alpinist, rather than the more general mountaineering user who would suit the Trango Light GTX or Trango S Evo GTX. To that end the Trango Extreme Evo Light GTX has an insulated lining, and it does feel ...

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Zamberlan Torre GTX (2013)

£300.00

The Zamberlan Torre GTX is designed for Alpine mountaineering where glacier travel and some ice climbing are part of a normal day. The boot is made with a single piece of leather that is integrated with synthetic materials. A rubber rand protects the upper from abrasion when mountaineering, while a Gore-Tex waterproof lining helps to keep feet dry. The outsole ...

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Scarpa Phantom Guide 2011

£400.00

Boots with integrated gaiters have been around for a while, but they are very much the preserve of the specialist end of the market. Marrying together boot and gaiter is an elegant solution that removes most of the weaknesses in a boot’s defences and pays dividends in the way it can be constructed. The problem is they do tend to ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 5
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Scarpa Mont Blanc GTX 2010

£350.00

Kicking steps up hard snow on Wetherlam’s frigid northern slopes, the advantages of B3 boots came sharply into focus. I was progressing rhythmically with neat one-kick steps, while Graham Thompson (Trail’s technical editor) was floundering below, having to rekick my steps to house his more flexible B2s. It’s only when things start to get marginal in the mountains that you ...

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