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Bocancii Garmont Tower GoreTex sunt bocanci Garmont de iarna, din seria Mountain, cu siretul pana la varful bocancului. Compatibili cu coltari semitehnici.
For the modern mountaineer who prefers versatile, light, nimble footwear. Ideal for light mountaineering, heavy backpacking, low grade climbing.
Building on our heritage of extraordinary success of previous "Towers", this popular boot offers incredible levels of lightness, a comfortable fit and a durable midsole construction, all in a modern design.
1.5 mm Clarino® and Cordura® for extreme lightness and far better abrasion resistance (all synthetic) • G-beneFIT construction • 360° climbing rubber rand protects the upper • Soft collar for long lasting trail comfort • Hooks on the cuff, Clarino® and metallic eyelets • Lace to toe closure for better climbing performance and lace lock at the instep for precise lace closure • Gore-Tex® Sierra lining for waterproof/breathable protection
Extra light Alveolen® (EVA and resin) footbed with a thin layer of felt to ensure insulation and good grip.
2, 5 mm microporous layer for extra comfort.
Extremely light insole, made of nylon and fibreglass, designed to remove unnecessary weight. Air chambers ensure better insulation capacity.
PU crampon insert with the lowest possible profile to decrease weight while guaranteeing crampon safety.
Tri-density PU injected midsole provides extreme lightness, durability and stability: - medium density ensures walking comfort (grey injection) - firm density provides mid- and forefoot stability, and enhances climbing performance (red injection) - extra firm density ensures climbing performance (yellow injection)
Vibram® Mulaz outsole with textured blocked toe area and semi-blocked heel strike area for enhanced grip on hard surfaces. Deep lugs for good grip on different grounds and multidirectional lugs in the forefoot to enhance grip in multiple directions. Self-cleaning drainage channels. Concave heel face enhances braking effect during descents