La Sportiva Boulder X
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On Sale. Free Shipping. La Sportiva Women's Boulder X Shoe FEATURES of the La Sportiva Women's Boulder X Shoe Vibram Idro-grip approach compound is the stickiest approach compound on the market High cushion LaSpEVA layer is above the 2mm polypropylene insole to cushion the foot on long approaches Mythos lacing system for a highly adaptable fit SPECIFICATIONS of the La Sportiva Women's Boulder X Shoe Weight: 14.39 oz / 408 g Upper: Leather/ Vibram Rubber Rands Lining: Mesh (back half and tongue only) Insole: 2mm Polypropylene Midsole: Micropore EVA/ 2mm LaSpEVA Sole: Vibram Idro-Grip V-Smear Impact Brake System Construction: Board Lasted Last: Women's Boulder This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
Expertly traverse the field of troll-sized boulders with your expedition pack when you wear the La Sportiva Women's Boulder X Approach Shoe. Get a grip on any rock in any condition with the specially designed rubber tread outsole and Impact Brake System, even with forty pounds on your back. With that much weight, your feet will get a kick out of the extra cushioning in the footbed and midsole, so you can make it to base camp before all the light fades. The Boulder X's tough leather upper and toe rand withstand a whole mountain range of abuse for the roughest approaches on the planet.
For long approaches and light climbing and scrambling, the women's La Sportiva Boulder X approach shoes get the job done.
We tweaked the designs of proven technology from years past to produce the Boulder X Additional padding underfoot for long approaches and uber sticky rubber add deluxe comfort and performance The Vibram IdroGrip compound stays sticky on every type of rock even when wet The all leather uppers and sticky rubber toe rands offer durable protection Ideal protection and performance built for the rigors and abuse of the mountains