La Sportiva Mega Ice

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Attack competitive events and mixed routes with the highly specialized La Sportiva Mega Ice climbing shoe with built-in Grivel Racing crampons. Imagine a climbing shoe with slightly more protective stiffness combined with waterproof Schoeller gaiters and integrated racing crampons and you have an innovative tool that finds the medium between boot and climbing shoe to provide you with both comfort and a tactical advantage when every edge and gear advantage is mandatory.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. La Sportiva Men's Mega Ice Boot (Spring 2009) The Men's Mega Ice by La Sportiva is a mixed climing in.fruit-bootin. for competition and pushing the grades.A specialized tool purpose built for extremely difficult new-discipline mixed routes and competitions. Essentially a stiff climbing shoe with integrated crampons and a Schoeller gaiter.Features:Gaiter: Schoeller-Dynamic+PTFE membrane+insulating polyester pile/waterproof zipperUpper: Synthetic Microfiber/3mm insulating feltConstruction: Schoeller-Dynamic+PTFE membrane+insulating polyester pile/waterproof zipperLast: RN50Lining: Dri-BestSole: Abrasion resistant yellow rubber and Vibram Rubber RandMidsole: 7mm carbon reinforced nylonCrampon Grivel Racing with steel shank reinforcementWeight: 1 lb. 15 oz.Internal lacing system with double tension allows for a highly adjustable fit Integrated gaiter is a high-tech laminate of three space age fabrics to provide warmth, abrasion resistance and waterproofness 7mm nylon midsole is carbon reinforced and guarantees a stiff sole but allows for a little flex to give an organic feel on the front points Grivel racing crampon with adjustable front point and heel spur positions for a customizable setup

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . With La Sportiva Mega ice climbing boots, you’ll never have to worry about your crampons staying secure; they’re bolted directly onto the outsole. Specially designed for mixed routes and competitive ice climbing Aggressive bolted-on crampons with two adjustable talon points Integrated Schoeller(R) soft shell gaiter with zip opening Internal lacing system with dual-tension system Carbon-reinforced midsole for outstanding support Rubber outsole with abrasion-resistant wrap-around rand Height: 7- ” Weight: 3 lb. 12 oz. pr. CLOSEOUTS . Vietnam. Size Euro (US): 40 (7) 40 (7 ) 41 (8) 41 (8 ) 42 (9) 42 (9 ) 43 (10) 43 (10 ) 44 (11) 44 (11 ) 45 (12) Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide

- Sierra Trading Post

La Sportiva? designed the Mega Ice climbing shoe for the extremely difficult new-discipline mixed routes and competitions. Essentially a stiff climbing shoe with integrated crampons and a Schoeller? gaiter. Mixed climbing boot for pushing the limit. Int

- EMS

A specialized tool purpose built for extremely difficult new-discipline mixed routes and competitions. Essentially a stiff climbing shoe with integrated crampons and a Schoeller gaiter. Features Internal lacing system with double tension allows for a highly adjustable fit Integrated gaiter is a high-tech laminate of three space age fabrics to provide warmth, abrasion resistance and waterproofness 7mm nylon midsole is carbon reinforced and guarantees a stiff sole but allows for a little flex to give an organic feel on the front points Grivel racing crampon with adjustable front point and heel spur positions for a customizable setup COLOR: Black GAITER: Schoeller-Dynamic+PTFE membrane+insulating polyester pile/waterproof zipper UPPER: Synthetic Microfiber/3mm insulating felt CONSTRUCTION: Schoeller-Dynamic+PTFE membrane+insulating polyester pile/waterproof zipper LAST: RN50 LINING: Drilex SOLE: Abrasion resistant yellow rubber and Vibram XSV Rand MIDSOLE: 7mm carbon reinforced nylon CRAMPON: Grivel Racing WEIGHT: 3 lbs. 5oz. (with crampon)

- GearX.com

La Sportiva Mega Ice

Discontinued

The Mega Ice has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$199.98 - $595.00

The La Sportiva Mega Ice is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 29, 2011 at Mountain Gear.

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