Features of the La Sportiva Lhotse GTX Mountaineering Boots
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Lhotse GTX Mountaineering Boots
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La Sportiva's Lhotse GTX is a winter mountain and work boot designed to provide serious foot protection. These boots are insulated and waterproof to keep the feet warm and toasty. They feature a 3.0 mm silicone impregnated Idro-Perwanger roughout leather exterior upper for excellent durability and foot protection. An 8mm MtnFlex insole provides enough stiffness to work well with automatic crampons. The durable soles also protect the feet from rough terrain. A SBR aircushion platform insole makes the Lhotse boot comfortable for long periods of wear. They also have a Removable EZ Flex tongue with comfortable Dry-Best® lining.
TOP THREE PROS
- Warm (1)
- Good Design (1)
- Durable (1)
TOP TWO BEST USES
- Mixed Climbing (1)
- Heavy Snow (1)
QUESTION SUBMITTED BY: Al 12/08/2013
"Can a LHOTSE FTX be obtained in a 43.5 size?"
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Botas La Sportiva Lhotse GTX Mountaineering Boots
REVIEWED BY: ENCARNACIÓN G. 2013-11-13
"Son las únicas botas que sirven a mi sobrino con discapacidad física. Ojalá nunca las dejen de fabricar."
REVIEWED BY: RIC 2013-01-09
"Got these boots for winter hiking and broke them in on a trip into the Grand Canyon (Dec '12). Very warm boot, perhaps it wasn't cold enough on the way down (30F) cause my feet were toasty. I could feel the sweat initially. Goretex (combined with my merino wool socks) kicked in and feet were warm the whole time. On they way back up it was about 15F on snowy trail - didn't even bother to use traction devices. Feet were nice and warm again. I didn't give it a full 5 stars due to: - weight, these bad boys are a bit heavy and it's mainly due to the sole - break in was a bit tough, they are better after ~17 miles, but some pain on ankles were the top of the boot ties down. (release the last 3 notches to avoid some discomfort) Some positives to highlight: - definitely a warm boot to use in snow - good ankle support when going thru rocky terrain - definitely water proof - great traction Will use them next on a hike to Mt Raineer or Mt Whitney."