La Sportiva Baruntse Mountaineering Boot

La Sportiva Baruntse Mountaineering Boot
La Sportiva Baruntse Mountaineering Boot
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Baruntse Mountaineering Boot by La Sportiva
For the cold, foreboding peaks of the world's great ranges, La Sportiva created the sturdy, durable Men's Baruntse Mountaineering Boot. With a PU-coated, two-layer insulating outer boot and a removable, thermo-moldable EVA inner boot, the Baruntse holds in warmth and blocks out snow and weather on high-altitude summit ridges and icy headwalls. A thermo-reflective aluminum layer in the shell helps conserve heat, and abrasion-resistant Cordura reinforcements on both the shell and inner boot hold up to rocky approaches and jagged alpine terrain.

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SKU: LSP0136
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