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La Sportiva Trango Extreme EVO Light GTX®

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  • A lightweight technical boot for all alpine pursuits.
  • Water-repellent Cordura® with idro-treatment.
  • Flex Tec 2: a textured rubberized coated fabric that is extremely strong and very abrasion resistant.
  • Water-repellent Lorica® (synthetic micro-fiber leather) with Antiacqua external coating.
  • Double Vibram® rubber rands.
  • Board lasted construction.
  • Trango last.
  • GORE-TEX® Duratherm® lining for waterproof warmth.
  • Innovative 3D Flex™ ankle for maneuverability.
  • 6-7mm HP3 polymer midsole material that is stiff, durable, and remains unaffected by extremes in temperature.
  • 9mm insulating Ibi-thermo insole that will not conduct cold up from the ground and locks in the natural heat produced by the feet.
  • Vibram® Lavaredo outsole with Sticky Supertrek Rubber.
  • Weight: 3 lbs. 12 oz.

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Item Information

  • Video Description View the Video Description for this product! (Please note that the color shown in the video may no longer be available.)
  • Please click here for the La Sportiva Size Conversion.
  • A lightweight technical boot for all alpine pursuits.
  • Water-repellent Cordura® with idro-treatment.
  • Flex Tec 2: a textured rubberized coated fabric that is extremely strong and very abrasion resistant.
  • Water-repellent Lorica® (synthetic micro-fiber leather) with Antiacqua external coating.
  • Double Vibram® rubber rands.
  • Board lasted construction.
  • Trango last.
  • GORE-TEX® Duratherm® lining for waterproof warmth.
  • Innovative 3D Flex™ ankle for maneuverability.
  • 6-7mm HP3 polymer midsole material that is stiff, durable, and remains unaffected by extremes in temperature.
  • 9mm insulating Ibi-thermo insole that will not conduct cold up from the ground and locks in the natural heat produced by the feet.
  • Vibram® Lavaredo outsole with Sticky Supertrek Rubber.
  • Weight: 3 lbs. 12 oz.
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La Sportiva Trango Extreme EVO Light GTX®

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2 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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Great boot, wore on Mount Shasta. Bought 1/2 size larger than my hiking boot, great with crampons, warm enough. Also highly rated at local Shasta climbing store. You will need to break in some. Light insulation is very helpful.

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2 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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No Shasta... Back again...the trip to Shasta was canceled due to really bad weather, so I went on a day hike up Mt. San Antonio (Mt. Balday). This is a local Southern Calif. hike that summits at 10,064. Still lots of snow up there. The trail I took gains a little over 4,000 ft (4 miles up, 4 miles back down). Temps ranged from the low 60's at the start to low 40's at the summit. I used duct tape on my heels and wore only liner socks to prevent overheating. The boots did a great job overall. Feet still got sweaty because it wasn't cold out, but no blisters. Traction was good; boots didn't pack with mud and performed great in semi-soft snow. Can't wait to do some glacier mountaineering in them, but I think they are going to do the trick. Happy so far...

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  • from Orange County, CA
2 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:3 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!
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Blister Max! The overall design of these mountaineering boots is good. However, I almost never get blisters and with these boots I have endured the whole back of my heel coming off several times. I think the problem is that I use inserts like Ed Veisters and Superfeet, etc. and it boosts my heel just a little bit higher than the insert that was in the boot (which I took out). I have now put back the cheepo insert that came with the boot and last time out didn't get any blisters. The boots are light for a mountaineering boot and yet heavy duty enough to handle winter mountaineering in the Sierras. I really hate the Euro-flashy look. I wish they would just tone it down to dark grey or brown.

I'd also recommend: Lowa

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  • from Pleasant Hil, CA (Bay Area)
2 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!
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First use was 8+ miles RT, no blisters and only a little soreness. Required a slight break-in period to loosen up (as I probably should have gotten a half-size larger than I did after already ordering a half-size up for thick socks). Had some issues with my heel slipping up and down, but that is solved by a little breaking in and smart tying up the laces to lock in the heel without cutting off circulation to my foot. Great boot for hiking in snow and moderate cold conditions. However, with two pairs of wool hiking socks, they were not warm enough for 50+ mph wind in -10 F weather hiking up Quandary Peak in CO. Not that they should be warm enough for these conditions, but I was concerned about my toes becoming numb from the cold and reveals the limitations of the boot. Style is a little odd, but after a little use you get used to the colors/style. Strap-on crampons work well with the boot, but I haven’t used step-ins yet. I anticipate still using the boot until the snow is out, but without snow the sole feels too stiff to be comfortable for long-distance hiking. At that point I plan to switch over to my trail hikers.

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  • from Denver, Colorado
2 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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Still early yet... Ok...I bought these from Zappos and as always (plug away here), shipped super fast and returns are easy. I ordered an 11, and I have one foot that is 11, one that is slightly smaller. Usually not an issue in most boots. For me, these boots seem to either run a tad long, or more accurately, are for larger volume feet. I have low to mid, and these would be better for mid volume. After market footbeds (Shock Doctors) seemed to do the trick. I also own Kayland Apex Ats and am not wearing them because of the seam that runs down the back of the heel was tearing up my heels. These La Sportivas, so far, are softer inside and are burlier as well. The Kayland's were lighter, but probably not as warm as these are going to be. Lacing is ok, but wish there were the locking laces like the Kaylands have...other La Sportiva's have better lacing systems, but not on this model. I have done about 10 miles on the trail so far and they are really comfortable! They have a little more flex than the Kaylands, so vertical climbing may suffer, but for general mountaineering, probably better. I head to Casaval Ridge, Mt. Shasta next week, so we will get a true test then...until then...

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  • from Orange County, Ca
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