Lowa Alpine Pro GTX

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The LOWA Alpine Pro GTX is a high-end, technically advanced, mountain climbing boot that meets even the highest demands placed on it by modern mountaineers. The particularly slim midsole offers more sensitivity for feeling the ground, while the newly designed profile of the VIBRAM ALP TRAC outsole, as well as the shortened toe, give optimal control and allow the best transfer of power on mountain hikes.

- Summit Hut refers to the men's version

Lowa Footwear Alpine Pro GTX Mountaineering Boots - Men's Petrol Medium 11.5 2100800774PETROLMD115. Its minimalist concept unites lightweight construction with a super-stable low profile design an anatomical insole with memory foam and shock-absorbing features. The result: Superb close-to-the-ground feel combined with LOWAs legendary comfort and support making it ideal for long days of high alpine hiking and climbing. Combination crampon-compatible. Durably waterproof/breathable.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

High-pointing almost always includes diverse terrain. Lowa engineered the Alpine Pro GTX Mountaineering Boot for trip such as these. These versatile boots are perfect for treading on rocky paths and they stay perfect when these paths turn into snowy trails. The Alpine Pro is constructed out of abrasion-resistant fabric with a Gore-Tex lining so your feet can stay dry and safe even when you hit that soggy snow section of the high-point hike. The Virbam rubber will help you stay upright, too, when it comes to tough trekking and sketchy paths.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version


Price Current Retail: $206.55-$425.00
Historic Range: $206.55-$430.00
Price Current Retail: $300.00-$400.00
Historic Range: $300.00-$430.00


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