Nepal Evo GTX Women’s

Nepal Evo GTX Women’s

La Sportiva N.A. Inc.

$510.00

This boot is excellent for colder days where you need lots of support and protection on technical long endeavors.

The 3.2 mm one-piece silicone impregnated leather upper offers excellent durability and fit for this winter mountaineering beast of a boot.

The Nepal last offers an excellent fit for any foot and is easily adjustable with the removable/adjustable tongue.

EZ Roller hardware allows you to lock down the laces and the Gore-Tex lining provides long lasting warmth in the mountains.

Further details here:- http://www.sportiva.com/products/footwear/mountain/nepal-evo-gtx-womens

If your size is not listed, please do not hesitate to contact us as it is likely we will be able to order it in.

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