Olympus Mons Cube Mountaineering Boot by La Sportiva
The La Sportiva Olympus Mons Cube Mountaineering Boot is an updated version of La Sportiva's Olympus Mons Evo. This boot still boasts the same super gaiter made of stretchy Cordura fabric, UltraSonic Welding, heat sealing, and watertight Corner Zip construction that made the original Olympus ideal for faraway mountaineering objectives, snowy base camps, and climbing peaks like Denali or even Everest. La Sportiva updated the outer boot with a dual Boa closure for a quick, simple, and secure fit. The removable inner boot now has a removable neoprene bootie for next-to-skin softness that can dry quicker than before. La Sportiva insulated the removable inner boot with single-density foam, and the alloy-lined footbed is insulated with Primaloft's Gold Aerogel. This Carbon Tech footbed creates a stiff platform for stability on glacial traverses and support on vertical ice climbs. The Olympus Mons Cube's sole is also updated with Vibram Litebase rubber in key areas that demand durable traction, while the remaining sole features Vibram's Morflex expanded EVA rubber for a lighter weight than the original Olympus Mons Evo. The Olympus Mons Cube is now compatible with skis that have tech bindings for approaching faraway peaks, and it's still compatible with step-in crampons for the ascent.
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