The Alpina T 30 Eve Touring Boot balances a solid, secure fit with enough mobility in the calf to trek technical terrain that you're bound to come across in the backcountry. The high-cut gaiter works with the heel counter to keep your foot in place through thick and thin, while the elastic calf adjustments give enough mobility to keep you sure-footed when you're side-hilling something steep. Alpina insulated this boot wiht Thinsulate to give enough warmth for longer tours.
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Alpina T 30 Eve Touring Boot
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