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- Ideal Terrain: 3 season alpine climbing
- Upper: Water-repellant Cordura® with Idro-treatment/ Flex Tec 2/ Water-repellant Lorica® with Antiacqua™ / Vibram® rubber rand; Lining: Gore-Tex®
- Insole: 7mm Trangoflex with integral Nylon® shank; Midsole: Micropore (forefoot)/ PU (heel)/ TPU crampon reinforcement in back; Sole: Vibram® Mulaz (Sticky Supertrek Rubber)
- Last: Trango
- Weight: 26.17 oz / 742 g
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135700 Features: Tread over unstable scree with the Vibram Mulaz crampon-compatible soles fitted out with Climbing Zone platforms to just in case your overland adventures turn vertical Get front-pointing crampon support while remaining flexible from side to side for French flat-footing on packed snow or slush with the supportive 3D Flex ankle-hinge system Keep your feet dry in waterproof Cordura uppers with antiacqua coated Lorica reinforcements over a waterproof GORE-TEX lining Protect your feet and toes from rough brushes with rocks with the high rubber rand and sturdy nylon shank Wear these boots for thousands of miles to the 7 mm Trailflex dual-density Micropore midsole keeps feet happy with footfall-cushioning stability Specifications: Weight per pair: 3 lb 4 oz Upper: nylon Midsole: dual density micropore Outsole: Vibram Mulaz Shank: nylonSpecifications based on size 42
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- ASIN: B07C2P6V9W
- Date first listed on Amazon: April 9, 2007
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The boot is rather narrow, so don't just buy this based on a size chart. I wear a US 11, maybe 10.5 if the shoe is large. For me the Trango needs to be Euro 45 to fit well, and if I were to add an aftermarket insole, it needs to be 45.5
Seams hold up for the life of the soles. I currently have two pair that have seen about 600 miles each (Muir Trail twice each and other trips) and the rubber still looks good enough for one or two more. I have no idea if you can re-sole these easily.
My son and daughter also hike in Trango S Evo GTX boots, and have the same experiences. Great modern boot for those who think trail runners are just asking for ankle injuries, or if you venture to places where some crampons may be a good idea.