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Picked these up and wore them on a 4-day trip right…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Materials: Some sort of high tec synthetic
Use: Mountaineering/Ice
Break-in Period: zero
Weight: light for a mountaineering boot
Price Paid: $300 US

Picked these up and wore them on a 4-day trip right out of the box. Comfortable and warm. I have wide feet, size 9 and I found the 9.5's I bought a bit snug but as the trip went on I found they packed out a bit and were very comfortable.

The lacing worked awesome. Easy to tighten and loosen. I found you need to stop after 5-10 minutes and re-tighten because you tighten from the top down (upper ankle), as you move the looser part by your toes moves up so you need to re-tighten to remove this part of slack. This might happen a few times but it is so easy to do with mitts on it is no hassle.

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Vasque Radiator

Discontinued

The Radiator has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$219.99 - $425.00

The Vasque Radiator is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2012 at Moosejaw.

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