Garmont Tower Extreme LX GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's

Garmont Tower Extreme LX GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's
Garmont Tower Extreme LX GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's
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Tower Extreme LX GTX Mountaineering Boot - Men's by Garmont
Built for treks high above the tree-line, the Garmont Men's Tower Extreme LX GTX Mountaineering Boot provides unwavering support, protection, and performance throughout the course of your adventure. Ideal for alpine guides and expert mountaineers, the Tower Extreme is fashioned with a lightweight but highly durable microfiber and Schoeller KEVLAR upper while the flex insert, stretch gaiter, and tongue keep debris out and ensure ample mobility while you climb or hike. The boot's progressive lasting board is built to match the mixed stiffness and flexibility of the boot and the full-wrap Helix rubber rand offers torsional stability as well as protection against abrasive conditions. In addition to its intelligent design, this boot is equipped with a waterproof Gore-Tex lining, thermal footbed, PU midsole, and Vibram Mulaz Evo outsole. Not to mention, the Tower Extreme is semi-automatic crampon compatible, in turn making it ideal for a variety of alpine adventures.

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SKU: GAR002K
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