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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

With it's NNN-BC system, hinged cuff, zipped lacing cover, and Thinsulate lining, the Alpina Traverse replaces the old 1550 model and ups the ante! Don't fear the untracked with these backcountry touring weapons on your feet and skis.-- Alpitex membrane covers the speed lacing for a waterproof seal-- Thinsulate insulation for warmth-- NNN BC sole gives tested stabitlity-- Plastic cuff/heel counter-- Power Strap-- Anatomic footbed-- Medium boot flex

- OMCgear

Alpina's BACKCOUNTRY collection is for individuals who know the pleasures of untamed nature in extreme conditions. Boots, distinguished by their tolerance and comfort, are made of durable and water-resistant materials for off-track skiing and rugged terrain. The sturdiness of their construction allows skiers to overcome challenges such as ice and steep slopes. The front part of the boot is strongly reinforced and can cope with the most unexpected conditions. The Thinsulate insulation and superior Alpitex membrane additionally protect the foot from snow, water, and crazy cold.

- CampSaver.com

CLOSEOUTS . At a price that will cause a double-take, Alpinaand#39;s Traverse Backcountry touring ski boots feature Thinsulateand#174; insulation in a performance boot thatand#39;s made for day-long adventures in fresh snow. Available Colors: BLACK. Sizes: 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46.

- Sierra Trading Post

Alpina Traverse

previously retailed for:
$59.98 - $139.95

The Alpina Traverse is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 2, 2016 at OMCgear.

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