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La Sportiva - Trango Alp Evo GTX - Trekking shoes tested

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Question from Nick | Stockport
The fit

I cannot wear most La Sportiva boots as my feet are too wide but the old Trango Alp GTX fit me perfectly, they appear to be built on a wider last or have a wider sole unit. Are the Evo version the same fit? Are they an upgrade of the old Trango Alp GTX or do they just share the same name. I use them for mounting walking and climbing mixed up to 4, I have Scapa Mont Blanc B3 boots for climbing as they are the widest b3 boot I can find.

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Question from Marcel | Ganderkesee


lässt sich der Schuh wieder besohlen?

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| Bremen

Nicht für breite Füße

Der Schuh macht einen Hochwertigen Eindruck. Die Sohle ist sehr steif, trotzdem lässt er sich gut abrollen.

Zur Passform:

Ich habe einen recht breiten Vorderfuß (10,5cm auf Höhe des Ballens) und eine schmale Ferse, auch Entenfuß genannt. Regulär trage ich 45 und anprobiert habe ich 47 sowie 47,5. Die Schuhe der Trango Serie sind im Bereich des Vorderfußes dafür leider zu schmal für mich.

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Question from Samu | Espoo
Limits of this kind of shoe

I'm looking for a shoe to climb in Alps and Scandinavian mountains in summer conditions. I see these aren't exactly recommended for Mt. Blanc but is it about the stiffness or warmth that makes this shoe not ideal at such mountains? I'd like the shoe to be able to be used up to 4500m on routes that might have steep snow and technical rock sections. Are these suitable to use with Edelrid Shark or Beast crampon?
Also can you compare the sole stiffness between this and Scarpa Rebel Light?

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Johannes | Customer Service
20.05.2015 08:26

Hello Samu,

the Trango Alp Evo GTX is more stiff than the Scarpa Rebel Lite GTX.

Mt. Blanc is a big mountain with many ways to climb it. So it's hard so give an answer. I would recommend this shoe for many ways up to Mt. Blanc. The warmth is not the best, as this shoe just have the Gore-Tex Performance Comfort Membrane and not the warmer Gore-Tex Insulated Comfort Membrane. But I would say under good summer conditions this should be enough. And the stiffnes is sufficient for most of the ways without hard climbing (f.e. at the Freney buttress). I used a shoe like this also for difficulties up to the climbing grade IV (UIAA).

Yes, you can use it with both crampons.

I hope, this will help you.


David | Bern
18.06.2016 17:30

Go to a shop and ask there

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Question from Jur | Almere
Ik wil graag weten in hoeverre deze schoen geschikt is

Voor het hooggebergte en dan doel ik op Matterhorn Mont Blanc en mount mc kinley. Ik vind namelijk de de conventionele d schoenen veel te lomp en je loopt er gewoon niet lekker op. Deze schoenen lijken mij c/d en ook zeer geschikt voor ijsklimmenen dus gebruik van stijgijzers.

Klopt dit of raden jullie deze dan af?

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Daniel | Customer Service
08.04.2015 10:40

Dear Jur

The Trango series from La Sportiva is a typical type C shoe. A lot of guides use these kind of shoes also for alpin tours on higher altitude (like Mt Blanc) but I actually would recommend a type D shoe like the La Sportiva Nepal.

Have a nice day, Daniel

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