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DECENT FEATURES of the La Sportiva Men's Delta GTX Boot Idro-Perwanger Roughout Leather and Cordura upper are durable and water repellant Soft stretchy Cordura ankle and gusset material minimizes top of foot pressure points 3D Flex ankle allows uninhibited maneuverability on technical terrain Co-molded ergonomic PU/EVA midsole is sculpted to mimic a natural foot shape and provide excellent support and performance The SPECS Weight: 28 oz / 781 g Upper: 1.8mm Roughout Leather / Cordura with Lycra Construction: Board Lasted Last: ErgoTrek Lining: Gore-Tex Insole: 7mm Ergoflex Midsole: Co-Molded Symbios PU/EVA / TPU torsion plate Sole: Vibram Sasslong with Impact Brake System This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
- Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 13.5 x 4.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds
- ASIN: B004L489K4
- Item model number: Delta GTX
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 27, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
The boot is rugged, relatively stiff, and offers great support on rocky terrain. The tongue is pliable and supple so that the boot fits well without clamping your foot excessively. The footbed provides good support and stability for my feet; they lock in and do not rub anywhere inside the boot. This keeps them comfortable for hours. I have hiked on snow covered trails at temperatures from ~10F to 28F. The rubber sole gets a little stiff and does not retain as much traction on the rocks at the colder temperatures. The boot is plenty warm at these modestly cool ranges. At temperatures above freezing, the rubber has a better grip on rocky terrain and provides excellent agility on climbs. The tread clears snow, sandy mud, and dirt well on the trails at the bottom of canyons.
These are my new favorites for workout, training, and photography hikes over rugged terrain in the desert southwest canyons. They offer ample support and protection (better than expected) for carrying daypacks and moderately heavy photographic gear to remote locations.
This is a very nice boot system.
I was really sad to have to send them back. This would be a great boot for moderate to average hikes. I would not recommend long hikes with heavy loads as they just don't have the support IMO for long heavy trips. I'd say 25lb pack tops. If you've got ankles built of steel and aren't prone to sprains then these would be an excellent choice for longer hikes. The sole is moderately flexible and I wouldn't suggest any serious mountaineering in them but then again that's not what they were built for.
They appear to be built very well and should last many seasons. The tread pattern is very aggressive and will work well in any environment. Interestingly the fit is attributed to a "moccasin" or neoprene glove type system. I really enjoyed it and it was extremely comfortable! I will definitely own a pair of La Sportiva's in the future!
Size was true to fit for me. A bounus is that you can get them in european sizing which means a 12.5 for me... yea!!!
I would not recommend for people with "really" wide feet. However, a co-worker has wider than average feet and he raves about his boots which are a different La Sportiva model.
Ok, I was bought 10.5 - they were very small!
Ok, I was bought 11 size, try it, but my thumb was under pressure!
I did a test ride and I liked the shoes.
But now I think - what I wll do?
Change brand or buy 11.5 size?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this boot is very good with the size and shape. it is comfortable to wear. only one thing is not good enough, it is not perfect when walking on the ice, a little slippy.Published 14 months ago by Li Gang