A hugely popular mountain boot ideal for winterl mountaineering and ice climbing.
Designed for use on high mountain terrain and at high altitudes when warmth and grip are imperitive, the La Sportiva Nepal Extreme are insulating technical boots for the harshest alpine conditions in the world.
Great for use on high inclines and steep mountainous areas, the Nepal Extreme benefit from an innovative triple laminate lining known as Synergy which provides unrestricted comfort.
Insulated from an Ibi-Thermo footbed, the Nepal Extreme are warm from the toe to the ankle, whilst the 3mm water reopellend Idro-Perwanger leather provides exceptiponal coverage from water, ice and snow.
For ice climbs and technical guide routes, they are compatible with step-in crampons, whilst the HP3 Midsole ensures your comfort even against the toe box is never compromised.
At just over 1950g per pair, the Nepal Extreme are rigid and technical enough to tackle the most challenging alpine peaks.Removable EZ FLEX tongue
EZ OUT pull loop for unlocking of the lace lock
Removable insulating footbed.
Upper:3+ mm water-repellent Idro-Perwanger® leather
Thermal Synergy lining
Insulating Ibi-Thermo 9 mm insole
Vibram® Impact Brake System
Suitable for step-in crampons
||Synthetic, Padded, Insulated
|Weight Per Pair (g):
||Insulating Ibi-Thermo 9 mm insole
||Rigid, for use on glaciers and ice routes
||Standard Lace Up
||B3 - suitable for C3, C2 or C1 crampons
|Ideal Crampon Rating:
||C3 - fully rigid crampons
best B3 available on market, 15 November 2013
By bigAl (wales)
not expensive considering the quality! best alpine/high mountain boot on the market! great for scotish winter use also! dont spend 100 quid less on a far inferior boot! - these boots will save your toes!
You won't find them cheaper, 06 May 2013
By Baldymatt (Cumbria)
Just bought mine. I'm slowly breaking them in, ready for the big scottish winter.
I have searched high and low and no one is doing these cheaper.
By James (Glasgow)
I bought these as a replacement for my old winter boots (scarpa Cerro Torre xt), I didn't have much time to break them in and basically wore them straight out of the box onto a scottish winter grade 3. They were a perfect fit, solid bomb proof construction and high performance. No wonder you see so many of them in the hills during the scottish winter.