La Sportiva Martini

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Shaken, not stirred, please: These slick kicks are actually undercover approach aces, with their bomber 2mm polypro midsole and plush functional uppers.

- GearX.com

Unlike your day-glo trail shoes, The La Sportiva Men's Martini Approach Shoe's casual style make for a stable and comfortable hiker that you'll want to wear at both the cliff and at the bar. The plush nubuck and suede upper features a plush mesh liner to breathe moisture on long approaches, and a rubber tor rand to brush off rocks and trail debris. The grippy Frixion sole helps you stick to slick boulders or beer-soaked pub floors.

- Backcountry Outlet

Free Shipping. La Sportiva Men's Martini Shoe (Fall 2007) The Martini by La Sportiva is an undercover approach shoe that won't blow your cover!Shaken, not stirred, please: These slick kicks are actually undercover approach aces, with their bomber 2mm polypro midsole and plush functional uppers. Overpadded in all the right places for extreme comfort. Specifications:UPPER: Leather/Rubber RandsCONSTRUCTION: Board LastedLAST: MagicLINING: MeshSOLE: FriXion AT/IonMIDSOLE: 8-18mm tapered dual-density EVAINSOLE: 2mm polypropyleneWEIGHT: 2 lbs 2 ozFeatures:Plush nubuck and suede insole form a stylish exterior; a FriXion AT/Ion sole does all the undercover work Rubber toe rands add the utilitarian edge for more-rugged approaches The best blend of skate and climbing style on the market, with urban flair to boot Hidden key pocket in the tongue is perfect for stashing valuables

- Moosejaw

La Sportiva Martini

Discontinued

The Martini has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$35.97 - $90.00

The La Sportiva Martini is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 10, 2010 at GearX.com.

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