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Trango Extreme Evo Light
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Trango Extreme Evo Light

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Trango Extreme Evo Light

Manufacturer: La Sportiva

Your Opinion: 
 - 3 Votes
 

 

Page By: wetsponge007

Created/Edited: Jan 23, 2007 / Jan 23, 2007

Object ID: 1934

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Product Description

Lightweight technical boot for all alpine pursuits. Designed for technical performance on mountain big walls, alpine routes, waterfall ice and mixed routes. The perfect boot for the modern alpinist.

Innovative 3D FlexTM ankle for maneuverability
Gore-Tex® Duratherm® lining for waterproof warmth
Lightweight for long days in the mountains

Features

COLOR: Guaranteed Summit Silver
UPPER: Water-repellant Cordura® with idro-treatment/Flex Tec 2/Water-repellant Lorica® with Antiacqua external coating/Double Vibram® rubber rands
CONSTRUCTION: Board Lasted
LAST: Trango
LINING: Gore-Tex® Duratherm®
SOLE: Vibram® Lavaredo (Sticky Supertrek Rubber)
MIDSOLE: 6-7 mm HP3
INSOLE: 9mm Insulating Ibi-Thermo
WEIGHT: 1 lbs 14 oz

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Reviews

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Smith93Awesome

Voted 5/5

I ice climbed in Lee Vivning for two days in these boots and LOVED them. Light weight, comfortable but, a little cool in temps below freezing.
Posted Jan 31, 2007 12:47 am

Bill KerrGood Alpine Boot

Voted 5/5

Good boots for alpine climbing on snow, ice and rock. Light and nimble compared to plastics but not warm enough for ice climbing in coldest part of winter. The soles are great on rock but wear out quickly if you bash a lot of broken rock and scree.
Posted Aug 15, 2008 11:40 pm

reboylesGreat Boot

Voted 5/5

I've worn out quite a few pair of mountain boots in my life and these are the best I owned so far. I would not recommend them for really cold conditions but for 3 season mountaineering in the west they are great. For years I wore my Galibiers and I have a big callus on each heel to show for it. More than once I carried a spare pair of hiking boots to avoid the pain of hiking in a full-shanked boot on an approach. I took my never worn Evos out for test run last month and decided to wear them for both the approach and climb and I was surprised at how comfortable they were right out of the box. I logged over 10 miles on all kinds of terrain (flat, steep, scree, hard snow and rock) and didn't bother to take them off after I got back to our rig.
Posted Oct 28, 2011 12:40 pm

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