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La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTX Mountaineering Boot

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It’s At Every Basecamp For A Reason

The La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTX Mountaineering Boot is so popular that you can likely find it at nearly every basecamp. It features dependable waterproof, breathable protection via GORE-TEX Insulated Comfort, which also adds enough warmth for winter weather and alpine environments. Underfoot, the Nepal EVO GTX features a Vibram Matterhorn rubber sole that’s well-lugged for gripping the mountain it was named after. La Sportiva built the boot’s upper with silicone-impregnated leather for durability. It has abrasion-resistant panels in key areas for flexibility and agility. The upper also has a removable tongue for easy on-and-off. The boot is compatible with all types of crampons.


  • Mountaineering boot built for technical ascents, traditional routes, and mixed and ice climbing
  • GORE-TEX Insulated Comfort offers waterproof, breathable protection and warmth worthy of winter weather
  • Vibram Matterhorn rubber sole with La Sportiva’s Impact Brake System for better downhill control
  • Silicone-impregnated roughout leather with abrasion-resistant panels and Vibram rands for increased durability
  • Insulating insole with a stiff TPU midsole, cushioning PU inserts, and an SBR Aircushion at the heel
  • Removable and variably adjustable tongue eases on-and-off
  • Universal crampon compatible with non-automatic, semi-automatic, and automatic crampons


  • Weight: 35.7oz
  • Last: Nepal
  • Upper: Silicone Impregnated Idro-Perwanger Roughout Leather, Abrasion-Resistant Fabric, Vibram Rubber Rands
  • Lining: GORE-TEX Insulated Comfort
  • Insole: Insulating Ibi-Thermo (9mm)
  • Midsole: TPU (8-9mm), PU Inserts, SBR Aircushion
  • Sole: Vibram Matterhorn, Impact Brake System


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