Garmont Tower Plus LX GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's

Garmont Tower Plus LX GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's
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Tower Plus LX GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's by Garmont
Price subject to change | SKU: GAR002M

Garmont Tower Plus LX GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's

Whether you're trekking up and over a section of via ferrata or navigating a thin ridgeline, the Garmont Women's Tower Plus LX GTX Mountaineering Boot provides rugged protection and day-long support throughout the course of your adventure. Ideal for alpine pursuits, technical backpacking, and mountaineering, the Tower Plus LX is fashioned as such so that it ensures agility and torsional stability yet remains versatile and lightweight. Crafted with a Helix rubber rand, and forgiving suede upper, the Tower Plus LX is equipped with an intelligent flex system, supple tongue, and collar that encourages 360 degree protection and support while the Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane provides waterproof protection should your travels take you through wet climates. In addition to its near bulletproof construction, this hiking boot has a progressive lasting board paired with a dual-density PU midsole, extra heel insert, and nylon and fiberglass insole that matches the combined stiffness and flexibility of the boot, in turn encouraging paramount support and dexterity. The tech PU crampon insert makes securely attaching crampons as easy as one-two-three, and the Vibram Mulaz Evo outsole is fashioned with a blocked toe area, semi-blocked heel strike area, and deep multi-directional lugs that provide and enhance grip in slick situations.

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