Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Triolet
Manufacturer Lowa
Page By josephgdawson
Page Type Jun 8, 2004 / Jun 8, 2004
Object ID 1091
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New! Improved design. Technically oriented, ankle-high mountain approach and big wall climbing boot with lightweight upper and sturdy, sticky rubber sole.

Ankle height water-repellent split leather

Robust and quick-drying textile

Climate-control insol; 'C4' tongue system

Model Year 2004

US 7.0 - 11.5, 12, 13

Weight Per Pair ( Men's 9): 2.40 lbs

Suggested retail price: $ 190.00

Protective rubber toe cap and heel guard

Ankle to toe lacing

Sticky VibramĀ® 'Sebolet' rubber sole for traction and grip


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josephgdawson - Jun 27, 2004 1:57 pm - Voted 5/5

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The sole is flexible enough to be comfortable to hike in, but stiff enough that they edge well on easy 5th class stuff. Also, the first inch and a half or so of the sole at the front of the boot is flat - no tread - so you can smear really well on it. I just tagged a couple of peaks in the Desolation Wilderness and I did not find myself slipping on my off trail scrambling. The rubber rand on the boots is C4. I like them.

My only complaint is that after about 4 hours of hiking with a pack on I will start getting hot spots under both of my big toes. I dont know if that is a problem with the boot or part of the game because I like to move fast and I dont like stopping to rest.

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