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La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTX


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La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTX
4.7 out of 5 based on 12 user reviews.


Cred: 2509
Review by livextreme41 on Dec. 17, 2008
perfectly waterproof, solid on everything from rock to ice. Alpine climbs, to ephemeral testpiece waterfalls. Very warm, and work well for 3 of the 4 seasons. Extremely comfortable.
the top lace hook seems to reject the laces after a half hour of walking. A "d ring" would be ideal here, but tying an extra knot below these hooks fixes the problem. Overkill for summer mountaineering in the rockies.
Kayland M11


Cred: 138
Review by Jlutotherescue on Jan. 16, 2008
BEST BOOT PER VALUE. Its incredibly warm and easy to put on and take off. Not to mention putting crampons on is a breaze. Once your on the ice, you heel will stay locked providing the maximum comfort and stability. On the way to the crag your feet will thank you.
My laces have come off before allowing snow to get in the boot however i chose not to insert the ankle pads so maybe its my fault.
None, buy this boot.


Cred: 514
Review by brettbrown on Aug. 22, 2009
I wore these ice climbing when it was -18. I was climbing with a party of three so there was some standing/belaying down time. My feet never got cold. They climb great and are much better on the approach than my Koflach Arctis Expe.


Cred: 173
Review by evilmonkey on Jul. 31, 2009
broke through thin ice 2 hours into a 12 hour day. feet were soaked from water pouring in from the top(boots are waterproof). no blisters. wow! awesome for approaches and steep ice. seem to preform well on rock.
i don't really care for the color
accept no alternatives


Cred: 14
Review by samzaengle on Mar. 16, 2011
These are some of the best boots on the market. They are good for just about any type of terrain, they are great for ice climbing, glacier travel, and tagging peak. They have next to no break in time if any.
They are a bit excessive for summer trips, but they are definitely worth the money.


Cred: 430
Review by sleepytom on Jan. 19, 2008
pretty, warm, well built
overbuilt for most summer mountaineering in the lower 48 United States


Cred: 60
Review by superguide on Nov. 28, 2008
Best choice for winter mountaineering/ice climbing.


Cred: 125
Review by stanhope2003 on Nov. 29, 2009
Light weight compared to others in it's class. Comfortable, Comfortable, Comfortable!
None


Cred: 5
Review by matthewroehl on Apr. 28, 2014
They are the warmest leather boot I have ever worn. The extra tongue piece is invaluable, create your own fit. Awesome boot.
The top rim or rib can be a bit uncomfortalbe if laced to tight.


Cred: 863
Review by brownie710 on May. 01, 2008
the Cadillac of non-plastics


Cred: 169
Review by skillet on Sep. 03, 2008
fit, warmth, waterproof, comfort


Cred: 62
Review by fb_14222531 on Jan. 18, 2008
warm, comfortable. light, the best
expensive
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