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La Sportiva's Skylite Featherweight Racing Shoe weighs so little that it almost defies gravity. Put these carefully crafted wings on your feet and you'll have trouble convincing yourself that you're not Karl Meltzer. This shoe features a simple mesh upper with an integrated scree gaiter to keep out the pebbles. La Sportiva also added a low-profile outsole that ensures sticky traction on all surfaces. A MEMlex midsole offers amazing cushioning for the weight. Fly over those mountain trails with a level of confidence you never thought possible.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. La Sportiva Skylite Shoe (Fall 2010) FEATURES of the Skylite Shoe by La Sportiva Simple mesh upper with integral external scree guard Sticky Frixion AT rubber Impact Brake System 2 Lite outsole Dual-density midsole for added cushion in key strike zones Weight: 11.56 oz / 328 g Upper: AirMesh / UreTech / TPU overlay Last: Racing Lite Fit: Performance Lining: Mesh (back half and tongue only) Midsole: Dual-density MEMIex / TrailShock w / Nylon molded shank / High-tensile composite Rock Guard Sole: FriXion AT / Impact Brake System 2 Lite H(mm): Heel: 26mm, Toe: 16mm, H: 10mm Cushioning: Midsole: 34A, Trail Shock: 28A This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

La Sportiva Men's Skylite


The Men's Skylite has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$94.95 - $95.00

The La Sportiva Men's Skylite is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 10, 2011 at Backcountry.com.

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