Asolo Piz GV Mountaineering Boot - Women's

Asolo Piz GV Mountaineering Boot - Women's
Asolo Piz GV Mountaineering Boot - Women's
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Piz GV Mountaineering Boot - Women's by Asolo
The Asolo Piz GV Mountaineering Boot is designed for comfort throughout long days in alpine terrain. Its Gore-Tex Performance lining seals out slush and melting snow without trapping in vapor that could dampen your sock and chill your foot. The Vibram Mulaz sole maximizes traction whether you're climbing or braking on a descent, and works with a dual-density midsole to provide shock absorption to reduce fatigue for long climbs. The AsoFlex Spiky Nylon + Fiberglass last provides structure for stability whether you're climbing vertically or traversing laterally. The Piz GV uses Dual Integrated System technology to make it compatible with semi-automatic crampons, enabling you to take on icy adventures with more bite and confidence.

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