La Sportiva Batura EVO

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Awesome boot. Lighter than most leather mountaineering…

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Awesome boot. Lighter than most leather mountaineering boots, but with a built-in super gaiter. 

Very warm boot, had it out in teens with mid-weight socks and feet were toasty. Used mainly for ice climbing, for now, took crampon without issue and had very nice and snug feel around ankle for support.

Plan on using it all winter in the Adirondacks and then in Alaska and South America.

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Description of La Sportiva Batura EVO Mountain BootsLa Sportivas corporate responsibility mission has been shaped by four generations of the Delladio family that have defined the La Sportiva brand since its inception in 1928 in a small mountain village in the Italian Dolomites. We are a small family based company with our own factory employing approximately 150 people. Their CR goals are as follows Passionately provide the best technical footwear for mountain sports. Protect wild spaces and support environmental stewardship. Reduce the impact of our business on the environment. Create innovative and sustainable products. Effect positive change in working conditions within our supply chain. This six layer synthetic boot has an integrated highly water resistant gaiter that opens with an asymmetrical waterproof zipper for excellent water resistant warmth. The inner boot uses thermally expanded PE foam and a polyamide layer for warmth. The shock absorbing PU midsole makes these boots comfortable on long approaches and the 8-9mm TPU midsole stiffener accepts automatic crampons.FeaturesWEIGHT 34.67 oz 983 g LAST Nepal CONSTRUCTION Board Lasted GAITER Elastic Cordura Schoeller -Dynamic with water repellant membrane Vibram rubber rand Elastic nylon with impermeable insulating layer Asymmetrical waterproof zipper UPPER High tenacity nylon Insulated anti-dragging felt Insulated PE Insulating aluminum layer LINING Polyamide Thermic layer Mesh INSOLE Insulating Ibi-Thermo 9mm MIDSOLE 8-9mm TPU PU Inserts SBR Aircushion SOLE 8-9mm TPU PU Inserts SBR Aircushion

- US Outdoor Store

La Sportiva BATURA EVO Mountaineering BootEvolution of the ultimate ligthweight low profile all synthetic mountain boot for high elevation alpinism winter mountaineering and ice climbingThis six layer synthetic boot has an integrated highly water resistant gaiter that opens with an asymmetrical waterproof zipper for excellent water resistant warmth The inner boot uses thermally expanded PE foam and a polyamide layer for warmth The shock absorbing PU midsole makes these boots comfortable on long approaches and the 89mm TPU midsole stiffener accepts automatic cramponsWEIGHT 3467 oz 983 g LAST Nepal CONSTRUCTION Board Lasted GAITER Elastic Cordura Schoeller Dynamic with water repellant membrane Vibram rubber rand Elastic nylon with impermeable insulating layer Asymmetrical waterproof zipper UPPER High tenacity nylon Insulated antidragging felt Insulated PE Insulating aluminum layer LINING Polyamide Thermic layer Mesh INSOLE Insulating IbiThermo 9mm MIDSOLE 89mm TPU PU Inserts SBR Aircushion SOLE 89mm TPU PU Inserts SBR Aircushion

- Bentgate.com

Representing the evolution of the lightweight mountaineering boot, the La Sportiva Batura Evo is suitable for high elevation alpinism, winter mountaineering and ice climbing.

- EMS

Capable of warming your feet in mind-boggling cold at the most extreme alpine locations. The Batura Evo Boot from La Sportiva shuns moisture with a water repellent Schoeller Dynamic gaiter with Cordura reinforcements for abrasion resistance. Meanwhile, a 6-layer thermal inner boot zaps cold before your feet even feel it. Strap into your crampons easily with the crampon compatible TPU midsole.

- Mountain Gear

La Sportiva Batura EVO

MSRP:
$550.00

The La Sportiva Batura EVO is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 11, 2013 at Bentgate.com.

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