La Sportiva Karakorum Mountaineering Boot - Men's

La Sportiva Karakorum Mountaineering Boot - Men's
La Sportiva Karakorum Mountaineering Boot - Men's
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Karakorum Mountaineering Boot - Men's by La Sportiva
Designed for the intense level of NOLS and Outward Bound mountaineering courses, the La Sportiva Men's Karakorum Mountaineering Boot delivers superior support and rugged durability for long climbs and alpine expeditions. La Sportiva's Idro-Perwanger silicone-impregnated roughout leather is highly water-resistant, breathable, and tougher than a lumberjack's calloused hands. Add a Vibram rubber toe rand and outsole, as well as the wicking comfort of the Karakorum's Dry-Best lining, and this La Sportiva boot is ready to tackle trips to the planet's highest reaches.

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SKU: LSP0146
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