Lowa Ice Comp GTX


Weight 4 lb

Manufacturer's Description

Developed by World Champion Ice Climber, Ines Papert, for pure, vertical ice climbing.

  • Midsole: Rigid nylon insole (shank)
  • Sole: Bolted on, Black Diamond Raptor crampon
  • Lining: GORE-TEX
  • Upper: Microfiber/Split leather
  • Unisex Sizes: 5-12, 13

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Lowa Ice Comp GTX ice climbing boot is specifically designed for high-performance vertical ice climbing. Developed by world champion ice climber Ines Papert, this fast mover is equipped with Black Diamond's Raptor bolt-on crampon. The whole set-up weighs up to a pound less than if you wore a traditional boot and crampon combo, giving you more energy to get up the ice. These low-bulk unisex waterproof boots are constructed with a split leather and synthetic upper with a Gore-Tex lining. The rigid nylon insole provides the stability and stiffness required for steep ice. The high sticky rubber rand increases durability and improves your smearing power.

- Backcountry Outlet

These sophisticated boots have one mission: pure, vertical ice. Developed by World Champion ice climber, Ines Papert, for superior performance. Combining the attributes of split-grain and synthetic leather as well as Cordura®, these uppers offer ample flexibility and durability. Seam-sealed Gore-Tex® liners with wicking nylon linings stop moisture leakage while allowing moisture vapor to escape. Lace-to-toe design allows a secure, precise fit while full sticky rubber randing enhances edging ability and protects uppers from abrasion. Adjustable cuffs seal out debris and icefall to keep feet drier and more comfortable. Rigid nylon midsole supports offer a solid platform for tricky routes. Built-in Black Diamond Raptor crampons with mono-points for thin cracks and spike heels for dynamic heel-hooks.


Lowa Ice Comp GTX


The Ice Comp GTX has been discontinued.


The Lowa Ice Comp GTX is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 15, 2009 at Backcountry.com.

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