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The Spectre is a well known boot in the ski mountaineering scene. Light, stiff, and a great range of motion all work together to help create a tried and true classic. The Spectre 2.0 is a product of design engineering and product testing which seek to improve on the original. The 2.0 has a 60 degree range of motion so that you can get the most out of each step with minimal resistance and it weights only 1445 grams so it will not tire you out on the longer days. La Sportiva took the original Spectre and beefed up the parts of the shell that were causing performance issues, while maintaining the parts of the boot that work. For example they added more plastic to the steel walk bar in order to improve power transfer while maintaining their proprietary EZ tour buckles to ensure that transitions remain lightning fast. And if the 115 flex on the boot is not enough for you, the new stiffer tongue from the Syncro can be used to make the Spectre 2.0 a little more powerful. A tried and true classic, the Spectre will get you where you want to go and give you the control to ski your objective.

- Bentgate.com

When you wake up to 6 inches of fresh snow on the ground; chances are good that your original plan to wear sandals and shorts needs adjusting. Looks like it's time to dust off that winter jacket, throw on a pair of fleece-lined jeans, and lace up your Salomon Snowtrip TS WP Boots. These stylish winter boots come with a synthetic suede upper and a waterproof liner to protect your feet from the fluffy white stuff. The ContraGrip rubber outsoles place lugs with different rubber densities at specific intervals to improve grip on slick surfaces, and 200 grams of Thinsulate insulation keeps your toes from turning blue in sub-freezing temperatures.

- Backcountry.com

Procure a level of insulating warmth for your snowshoeing treks through winter's wonderland in the Snowtrip waterproof boot from Salomon. A lusciously-soft synthetic fur liner and a layer of Thinsulate insulation traps warmth for your feet while a waterproof membrane and synthetic suede upper keep moisture from sneaking in and soaking your adventure.

- Mountain Gear

Salomon Waterproof Snowtrip Winter Boots keep your feet fully protected from the snow. Water-resistant polyurethane-coated leather and synthetic-suede uppers dont stretch, providing a precise fit. Gusseted tongues keep debris out of your boots. 200-gram Thinsulate Insulation keeps your feet warm in cool conditions, but doesnt cause them to overheat during periods of high activity. Synthetic-fur lining adds insulation and plush comfort. Waterproof Climadry booties keep feet dry. Molded, die-cut EVA midsoles provide lightweight cushioning and stability. Nonmarking Contagrip provides excellent traction in mud and snow. Temperature rating of -1F. Imported. Ht: 8. Avg. wt: 2.4 lbs./pair. Mens sizes: 8-13 medium width. Half sizes to 12. Color: Black. Size: 11. Color: Black. Gender: Male. Age Group: Adult. Material: Leather. Type: Boots.

- Cabela's

On Sale. Free Shipping. Salomon Women's Snowtrip TS WP Boot FEATURES of the Salomon Women's Snowtrip TS WP Boot Great alternative to the old fashioned rubber bottom winter boot Gore-Tex bootie keeps feet dry when walking in deep snow or puddles Thinsulate 200g keeps feet warm to temperatures as low as -18deg C Synthetic suede and textile upper create a modern silhouette

- Moosejaw

Salomon Men's Snowtrip TS WP

Discontinued

The Men's Snowtrip TS WP has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$77.95 - $679.00

The Salomon Men's Snowtrip TS WP is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 5, 2018 at Bentgate.com.

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