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La Sportiva Nucleo High II GTX Wide Hiking Boot - Men's

MSRP: $239.00
Was: $239.00
Now: $142.94
(You save $96.06 )

Fast Treks On Ridgemont Mountain

All you need are some tasty trails and the La Sportiva Men’s Nucleo High II GTX Wide Hiking Boot and you’re fine. This is a lightweight hiking boot intended on fast times on any trail in any weather. It has a GORE-TEX Surround waterproof, breathable membrane that’s remarkably original compared to any other membrane. Most membranes only cover the uppers, but GORE-TEX Surround literally surrounds your entire foot–top and bottom. When you step in a puddle, the boot’s footbed won’t soak through like other waterproof shoes’ footbeds. In fact, the boot’s midsole and sole have drainage ports to clear all water soakage, keeping you light on your feet as you quickly trek through wet weather, while staying breathable enough for summer desert treks.


  • Light, wide hiking boot for fast treks in wet or dry conditions
  • GORE-TEX Surround is robustly waterproof and remarkably breathable
  • Tough nubuck leather upper with ultralight, flexible Nano-Cell panels and a Vibram rubber rand
  • Ortholite insole molds to your foot’s shape for a custom-like fit
  • Cushy EVA midsole with polypropylene stiffener for comfy support
  • Vibram rubber sole with a Nano XS-Trek tread for traction from trailhead to summit
  • Wider last ideal for bigger feet


  • Upper: Nubuck leather, Nano-Cell Insert, Vibram Rubber Rand & Toe Cap
  • Lining: GORE-TEX Surround
  • Insole: 4mm Ortholite Insole, 4mm Woven Polyester, GORE-TEX Surround Space, 2.5mm Polypropylene Stiffener
  • Midsole: Compression Molded EVA
  • Sole: Vibram Nano XS-Trek Compound, Impact Brake System
  • Last: Tempo
  • Weight: 476g, 16.8oz (½ Pair)


8pt.jpg Important Warning for California Residents: This product may expose you to chemicals including hexavalent chromium, formaldehyde, and perfluorinated compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to