Lowa Mountain Expert GTX - Women's

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 6 reviews for other versions of the Mountain Expert GTX. Read all reviews »

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Mountain Expert GTX Alpine Boot for Women by Lowa is handcrafted in Italy. This is a top-of-the-line, new generation all-round mountain boot for difficult, mixed terrain.Mountaineering demands a range of skills and Lowa's Mountain Expert GTX can handle it all. They're as light as most hiking boots, yet the firm Vibram sole translates into serious performance on vertical rock and ice." - Hooked on the Great Outdoors Magazine"I have never owned such a versatile pair of boots! I've taken them up Rainier, Baker, Shasta in the Cascades, the Great White Icicle in the Wasatch and Mt. Olympus. These boots withstand just about anything." - Gear.com"Lives up to its name - GREAT for general mountaineering. - Climbing Magazine Gear Guide

- Altrec Outdoors

CLOSEOUTS . A serious performer on alpine adventures, Lowaand#39;s Mountain Expert boot is fortified with waterproof breathable Gore-Texand#174;, Lowaand#39;s signature C4 tongue (anatomically contoured to flex with your foot) and Vibramand#174; Teton outsole, this boot will keep you dry and pushing up the mountain with confidence. Available Colors: BLUE GREY/BLACK. Sizes: 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 5.5, 6.

- Sierra Trading Post

On Sale. Free Shipping. Lowa Women's Mountain Expert GTX Boot FEATURES of the Lowa Women's Mountain Expert GTX Boot Mountain Expert's generous sole rocker shape gives it incredible versatility, allowing automatic crampon compatibility and easy walking Ideal for heavy backpack trips, above tree line hiking, crossing snowfields and mixed climbing Made on a women's-specific last SPECIFICATIONS of the Lowa Women's Mountain Expert GTX Boot Weight: 1600 g Upper: Mountaineering Split Leather Lining: Gore-Tex with Duratherm Insulation Climate Control: Yes Tongue Stud/X-Lacing: Yes C4 Tongue: Yes Flexfit: Synchro: Yes Footbed: Insulate Pro Alu-coated with Fleece Midsole: PU Expert Outsole: Vibram Teton Stabilizer: 6mm Nylon TPU This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Built tough for serious mountaineering, the Mountain Expert GTX Boot from LOWA is step-in crampon compatible and ready to climb. Mountaineering split leather uppers protect your feet from abrasion, while the alpine-capable Vibram Teton outsole grips edgy terrain.

- Mountain Gear

Versatile mountain boots for difficult, mixed terrain, the women's Lowa Mountain Expert GTX mountaineering boots feature tough leather construction with Gore-Tex(R) protection. Thick and durable split-grain leather uppers, with Cordura(R) nylon at cuffs and tongues, deliver ample support, durability and abrasion resistance. Seam-sealed Gore-Tex(R) liners with wicking polyester linings deliver complete protection and allow moisture vapor to escape. Full rubber randing protects feet and uppers from abrasion and impact, and helps increase edging effectiveness. Warm, light and nonbulky PrimaLoft(R) polyester microfiber insulation delivers great warmth. Durable, shock-absorbing polyurethane midsoles feature a thin upper layer of EVA to supply all-day cushioning and comfort. Rigid, full-length nylon shanks control flex and add the stability needed during use on rough terrain and with crampon use. Vibramdeg outsoles deliver solid traction on mixed terrain; outsoles are step-in crampon compatible (sold separately).


Lowa Women's Mountain Expert GTX


The Women's Mountain Expert GTX has been discontinued.


The Lowa Women's Mountain Expert GTX is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 25, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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