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- Please click here for the La Sportiva Size Conversion.
- Don't wait for the adventure to find you. Lace up a pair of the La Sportiva® TX4 hiking boots and hit the trails!
- Durable leather upper for comfort and abrasion resistance in rugged terrain.
- 1.5mm PU TechLite rand and Vibram® toe rubber toe rand for added protection.
- Strobel lasted construction.
- Designed with a slightly wider forefoot for added interior comfort.
- Non-slip mesh lining for a more comfortable and breathable foot environment.
- Mythos lacing system with a stretch air mesh tongue.
- 4mm Ortholite Approach footbed delivers reliable underfoot comfort for all-day wear.
- Traverse injection MEMlex midsole for added stability and shock absorption.
- STB Control System™ delivers torsional rigidity and support without encumbering underfoot cushion.
- Uber-sticky Vibram® Mega-Grip™ Traverse rubber outsole and Impact Brake System™ provides superior traction and excellent grip on a wide variety of terrains.
- Weight: 15 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size 45.5 (US Men's 12), width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
- Weight of footwear is based on a single item, not a pair.
- Package Dimensions : 13.3 x 7.2 x 4.7 inches; 2.88 Pounds
- Item model number : 17W-900304-38
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : January 18, 2019
- Manufacturer : LA SPORTIVA
- ASIN : B07MXQ6MW3
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What I hate: the laces are too short. I'm going to take them out and replace them with some para cord or something similar. Also the orange cord loops at each lace entry point are meaningless styling - they serve no purpose at all. I may cut all that crap off.
Anyway, they're great bike shoes with a good dense stiffish sole, but still comfortable for hike a bikes. I don't know how quickly they would dry, but the material feels somewhat thin and dense, so I don't think they would absorb much water to begin with, unlike most modern hiking shoes that are all foam and cloth.
So I bought a new pair of Merrells, and I've been good ever since. I don't really know how shoes are supposed to fit (obviously), so I don't pretend to understand what's actually wrong with them (or me?). Maybe it was just the wrong size or I was lacing them wrong or something.
But it wasn't possible to keep wearing them. It legitimately felt like they were injuring my feet.
But, without a doubt thy provide the most stable lateral fit I’ve ever experienced. They don’t promote these as waterproof, but I wore them for a week enduring light rain for nearly an hour or two every day and my feet were dry. The insole adapts and supports my foot very comfortably.
I love these shoes because they increase my stability - particularly on the trail. The Vibram sole is very “sticky,” which is what you want in an approach shoe, but they do not appear to be very durable. I’ll be ordering my second pair shortly.