Olympus Mons Cube

Olympus Mons Cube

La Sportiva N.A. Inc.


The OLYMPUS MONS CUBE offers maximum warmth and minimal weight for alpinists crossing the coldest, most barren expanses and the highest most extreme mountains on earth. Dual BOA closure system allows you to fine tune the fit. Double removable PE and EVA thermal booties together with the Vibram, LITEBASE and MOREFLEX expanded EVA outsoles insulate and provide comfort and customization.  
  • Maximum Thermal Insulation With "Space-age" Technology.
  • Vibram® Litebase And Vibram® Morflex® Expanded Eva Provide A Lightweight, Abrasion Resistant And Thermally Insulated Outsole.
  • Ultrasonic Welding With Thermo-taping Joins The Gaiter Materials Together In A Clean And Seamless Construction Without Stitching.
  • Corner Zip™ Zipper Allows Full Opening And Direct Access To The Dual Boa® Closure System.
  • Double Removable Thermal Booties
  • Dual Boa® System Differentiates The Lacing Between The Upper And Lower Portions Of The Internal Boot, Designed To Be Used With Gloves.
La Sportiva is offering two models of the Olympus Mons Cube:
  • Olympus Mons Cube has Skitrab tech inserts making the boot ideal for arctic crossings with skis & skins (no rear attachment, not intended for downhill)
  • Olympus Mons Cube S has no tech inserts, for better crampon compatibility. Most climbers will want this option for guided ascents.
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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