Reviews

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Really something perfect...okay, they're a bit heavy…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Materials: leather
Weight: 1,8 kg
Price Paid: cca 100

Really something perfect...okay, they're a bit heavy (1,8 kg each) therefore undestroyable. As I live in a region where snow, ice, and sub-zero temperatures are dominating for cca 6 months, Triglav is really something I don't leave home without. After three years of use, they still look like they are new. Also, a fact that you can put spikes or skis on them is an advantage. General overview would be :-)))

P.S. Sorry for my English as I'm not a native speaker :-(

0

These are really solid boots. I've treated them with…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Materials: Leather
Use: Mountaineering
Break-in Period: about a month (or more)
Weight: 6 lbs
Price Paid: $230

These are really solid boots. I've treated them with SnoSeal before I discovered NikWax (preferred) and they are as dry as can be. Crampons attach very solid and they have a very stiff sole. A very minor complaint would be that the laces provided are a bit too big for the speed hooks, but that could easily be solved with new laces. An excellent pair of boots!

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Alpina Triglav

Discontinued

The Triglav has been discontinued.

reviewers paid:
$230.00

The Alpina Triglav is not available from the stores we monitor.

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