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HYPER MID GTX

item #: 17O
price: $180

MID-HEIGHT ALL LEATHER, WATERPROOF TECHNICAL HIKING SHOE WITH STICKY RUBBER AND A SNUG LACING SYSTEM PERFECT FOR HIGH COUNTRY SCRAMBLES, TECHNICAL BACKPACKING AND FASTPACKING.

HYPER MID GTX

Price: $180

MID-HEIGHT ALL LEATHER, WATERPROOF TECHNICAL HIKING SHOE WITH STICKY RUBBER AND A SNUG LACING SYSTEM PERFECT FOR HIGH COUNTRY SCRAMBLES, TECHNICAL BACKPACKING AND FASTPACKING.

  • Durable Roughout leather uppers equipped with to-the-toe lacing for a precise fit
  • Dual-density EVA midsole delivers excellent stability and cushioning for longer days
  • Sticky Idro-Grip Vibram® X-Traction™ outsole is grippy and secure in every type of on or off trail environment

WEIGHT:  16.47 oz / 467 g

LAST: Dynamic Tech

CONSTRUCTION: Strobel Lasted

UPPER: Leather/ Lorica®/ UreTech / AirMeshVibram® rubber rand

LINING: Gore-Tex® Extended Comfort Footwear

MIDSOLE: Dual Density MEMlex/ TPU Stabilizer/ RockGuard

SOLE: Vibram® Idro Grip X-Traction™ /  Impact Brake System™

SIZES: 38 - 47.5 (half sizes)

COLOR: Black/Red

ITEM NUMBER: 17O

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Product Reviews

Joe - Boise, ID
06.22.15

I LOVE these boots! My last pair of boots were some Asolo traditional backpacking boots. They were all leather, heavy (compared to these) and had a very rigid sole. After around 150 miles on them (they were durable) my feet began to hurt so bad that I thought I was getting too worn out to continue with my mountain adventures. My feet were excructiating any time I put on over 15 miles...I wasn't enjoying myself at all.

Then I bought these.

Turns out, my feet are MUCH happier with a much less rigid sole. I felt like I was 18 again and actually jogged most of the way up Mt. Olympus! Since then, I've topped off a bunch of the CO 14'ers and several things in Idaho and Montana in these boots....all with happy feet. The grip of the soles were invaluable on the Maroon Bells Traverse!

The big test I had for these was on Aconcagua. I wore these boots all the way to 20,500 feet before I finally broke down and put on my high altitude boots. My feet were happy all the way up and down that mountain in these boots. Aconcagua is known for eating up boots, and I was shocked at how well these boots stood up to the scree. I did replace the boots after that climb, but they were borderline when I showed up in Argentina.

Next up...the Teton Grand Traverse! That was actually what I had in mind when I originally bought them!

Thanks for making such a great boot!

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  • Features
      • Durable Roughout leather uppers equipped with to-the-toe lacing for a precise fit
      • Dual-density EVA midsole delivers excellent stability and cushioning for longer days
      • Sticky Idro-Grip Vibram® X-Traction™ outsole is grippy and secure in every type of on or off trail environment
  • Tech Specs
    • WEIGHT:  16.47 oz / 467 g

      LAST: Dynamic Tech

      CONSTRUCTION: Strobel Lasted

      UPPER: Leather/ Lorica®/ UreTech / AirMeshVibram® rubber rand

      LINING: Gore-Tex® Extended Comfort Footwear

      MIDSOLE: Dual Density MEMlex/ TPU Stabilizer/ RockGuard

      SOLE: Vibram® Idro Grip X-Traction™ /  Impact Brake System™

      SIZES: 38 - 47.5 (half sizes)

      COLOR: Black/Red

      ITEM NUMBER: 17O

  • Reviews
    • Joe - Boise, ID
      06.22.15

      I LOVE these boots! My last pair of boots were some Asolo traditional backpacking boots. They were all leather, heavy (compared to these) and had a very rigid sole. After around 150 miles on them (they were durable) my feet began to hurt so bad that I thought I was getting too worn out to continue with my mountain adventures. My feet were excructiating any time I put on over 15 miles...I wasn't enjoying myself at all.

      Then I bought these.

      Turns out, my feet are MUCH happier with a much less rigid sole. I felt like I was 18 again and actually jogged most of the way up Mt. Olympus! Since then, I've topped off a bunch of the CO 14'ers and several things in Idaho and Montana in these boots....all with happy feet. The grip of the soles were invaluable on the Maroon Bells Traverse!

      The big test I had for these was on Aconcagua. I wore these boots all the way to 20,500 feet before I finally broke down and put on my high altitude boots. My feet were happy all the way up and down that mountain in these boots. Aconcagua is known for eating up boots, and I was shocked at how well these boots stood up to the scree. I did replace the boots after that climb, but they were borderline when I showed up in Argentina.

      Next up...the Teton Grand Traverse! That was actually what I had in mind when I originally bought them!

      Thanks for making such a great boot!

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