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Uragano GTX

Uragano GTX

$180.00

This lightweight all-weather Mountain Running® shoe includes an integrated 4-way stretch scree guard gaiter and Gore-Flex® strobel board to ensure waterproof performance. The FriXion® AT V-Groove™ combines with the Impact Brake System® to enhance the sole’s grip and underfoot stability. The fast lacing system allows for easy closure in all conditions.

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ADULT FOOTWEAR SIZING CHART

More sizes means a better fit! La Sportiva shoes are built on European half sizes which are smaller increments than US half sizes. This gives us five extra sizes per size run, which gives you a better fit!
MEN'SEUROPEANWOMEN'S
  33 2.5
  33.5 3
2.5+ 34 3.5
3 34.5 4
3.5 35 4.5
4 35.5 5
4.5 36 5.5
4.5+ 36.5 5.5+
5 37 6
5.5 37.5 6.5
6 38 7
6.5 38.5 7.5
6.5+ 39 7.5+
7 39.5 8
7.5 40 8.5
8 40.5 9
8.5 41 9.5
8.5+ 41.5 9.5+
9 42 10
9.5 42.5 10.5
10 43 11
10.5 43.5 11.5
10.5+ 44 11.5+
11 44.5 12
11.5 45 12.5
12 45.5 13
12.5 46 13.5
12.5+ 46.5 13.5+
13 47 14
13.5 47.5  
14 48  
15 49  
16 50  
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Features

The Uragano GTX is a technical, lightweight waterproof Mountain Running® shoe with an integrated gaiter designed for running in diverse conditions and a broad range of elements.

 

• Integrated 4-way stretch gaiter for protection from the elements and debris

• Gore-Flex® strobel board for excellent waterproof runability

• Intuitive fast lacing system is easy to use with gloves

Product Information

ITEM NUMBER: 36H
SIZES: 36 - 47.5 (half sizes)
WEIGHT: 12.03 oz (346g) 
LAST: Tempo 2 Ergo 
FIT: Medium/Wide 
UPPER: AirMesh / 4-way stretch dynamic scree guard
LINING: Gore-Tex® Extended Comfort / Gore-FLEX® 
MIDSOLE: Injection molded EVA / TPU stabilizer 
SOLE: FriXion® AT V-Groove™ with Impact Brake System™
DROP: 10mm

 

VIEW LA SPORTIVA MOUNTAIN RUNNING® SHOE QUICK COMPARISON GRAPH
VIEW LA SPORTIVA MOUNTAIN RUNNING® SHOE COMPARISON CHART

 

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Fantastic mountain running shoe!
To preface this review I will be forward in saying that it is hard for me to give anything five stars until I put 100's of miles on the shoe. However, I wanted to get a review up of this shoe as I feel it has some fantastic potential. Unfortunately I cannot yet comment on durability of the shoe. However I do assume given the durability of my other La Sportiva shoes that this one will act no differently.

My intent in purchasing the shoe was to find footwear that would be able to handle the diversity of terrain I would encounter in climbing Washington peaks. I wanted the shoe to be able to handle long approaches, spring snowpack, glaciers (with the ability to wear my Petzl Leopards) and even fourth class scrambling. Given that I was testing the shoe in winter, I was somewhat limited in my ability to choose this type of terrain but did my best to find similar conditions on local mountains. Si, Teneriffe and Mailbox saw the majority of testing on the old and new trails. Starting with comfort, the shoe felt like a slipper the first time I put it on. The two loops are perfect for pulling the shoe on as the integrated gaiter is snug (as it should be). The lacing system works well though I am still considering replacing it with Salomon’s quicklaces as a matter of personal preference. I tested the shoe on runs from five to 23 miles and felt no foot fatigue at any time. Initially I thought the shoe would feel “clunky” compared to my other trail runners, but surprisingly I felt agile on the trails with them. Traction is superb! The lugs get a fantastic grip on steep terrain and the traction on consolidated snow is superior to any other shoe I have tried. I did some scrambling on class 3 rock and was surprised by how good the grip was. On all my routes, my feet stayed dry throughout including a morning of running around in wet, slushy snow. I am under no illusion that if submerged in water my feet would get wet in these shoes but that is the case with any footwear. To conclude, these are the shoes I will grab when heading to Olympus, Glacier Peak, Snowfield Peak and spring climbs of Bulgers.
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Review by Stuke Sowle (Posted on 4/15/2018)
Features

The Uragano GTX is a technical, lightweight waterproof Mountain Running® shoe with an integrated gaiter designed for running in diverse conditions and a broad range of elements.

 

• Integrated 4-way stretch gaiter for protection from the elements and debris

• Gore-Flex® strobel board for excellent waterproof runability

• Intuitive fast lacing system is easy to use with gloves

Product Information

ITEM NUMBER: 36H
SIZES: 36 - 47.5 (half sizes)
WEIGHT: 12.03 oz (346g) 
LAST: Tempo 2 Ergo 
FIT: Medium/Wide 
UPPER: AirMesh / 4-way stretch dynamic scree guard
LINING: Gore-Tex® Extended Comfort / Gore-FLEX® 
MIDSOLE: Injection molded EVA / TPU stabilizer 
SOLE: FriXion® AT V-Groove™ with Impact Brake System™
DROP: 10mm

 

VIEW LA SPORTIVA MOUNTAIN RUNNING® SHOE QUICK COMPARISON GRAPH
VIEW LA SPORTIVA MOUNTAIN RUNNING® SHOE COMPARISON CHART

 

Reviews

Customer Reviews

1 Item(s)

per page
Fantastic mountain running shoe!
To preface this review I will be forward in saying that it is hard for me to give anything five stars until I put 100's of miles on the shoe. However, I wanted to get a review up of this shoe as I feel it has some fantastic potential. Unfortunately I cannot yet comment on durability of the shoe. However I do assume given the durability of my other La Sportiva shoes that this one will act no differently.

My intent in purchasing the shoe was to find footwear that would be able to handle the diversity of terrain I would encounter in climbing Washington peaks. I wanted the shoe to be able to handle long approaches, spring snowpack, glaciers (with the ability to wear my Petzl Leopards) and even fourth class scrambling. Given that I was testing the shoe in winter, I was somewhat limited in my ability to choose this type of terrain but did my best to find similar conditions on local mountains. Si, Teneriffe and Mailbox saw the majority of testing on the old and new trails. Starting with comfort, the shoe felt like a slipper the first time I put it on. The two loops are perfect for pulling the shoe on as the integrated gaiter is snug (as it should be). The lacing system works well though I am still considering replacing it with Salomon’s quicklaces as a matter of personal preference. I tested the shoe on runs from five to 23 miles and felt no foot fatigue at any time. Initially I thought the shoe would feel “clunky” compared to my other trail runners, but surprisingly I felt agile on the trails with them. Traction is superb! The lugs get a fantastic grip on steep terrain and the traction on consolidated snow is superior to any other shoe I have tried. I did some scrambling on class 3 rock and was surprised by how good the grip was. On all my routes, my feet stayed dry throughout including a morning of running around in wet, slushy snow. I am under no illusion that if submerged in water my feet would get wet in these shoes but that is the case with any footwear. To conclude, these are the shoes I will grab when heading to Olympus, Glacier Peak, Snowfield Peak and spring climbs of Bulgers.
Quality
Price
Value
Review by Stuke Sowle (Posted on 4/15/2018)