Alpina Alaska 75 Backcountry Boot

Alpina Alaska 75 Backcountry Boot
Alpina Alaska 75 Backcountry Boot
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Alaska 75 Backcountry Boot by Alpina
The Alpina Alaska 75mm Backcountry Boot is bold, strong, and no-nonsense. Alpina modeled it on a burly hiking boot, with a tough leather and synthetic upper that protects your foot from the elements and endows the boot with a moderately stiff flex for plenty of control, uphill and down. For extra protection, it integrated a waterproof and breathable Alpitex membrane into the boot, so extended tours won't leave your feet soaked and also included Thinsulate insulation to keep your toes warm when you're making your way through wild woods, up steep hills, and across untracked fields. The Vibram sole provides a solid and fairly stiff platform for increased control of wider, heavier skis, and the anatomic footbed supports your arch for serious comfort when you're spending the whole day on the move.

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