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Lowa - Women's Cevedale Pro GTX - Trekking boots tested

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Kailey's profile picture
| Belfast

Not a great mountaineering boot

These boots are a hybrid between real moutanineering boots (stiff) and hiking boots (soft). They have enough flex to make the walk in comfortable, and can easily be used for summer hiking. And they are rigid enough for snow walking. They have a climbing zone at the front, and are crampon compatible, which is nice. The lace up system is great too! I spent 5 days with these boots in the northern Scotland highlands, and my feet froze (although they did stay dry). These are not meant for long days in sub-zero temperatures. I knew that they were not insulated, but figured a few pairs of merino wool socks would suffice. I was very mistaken. If long days in the alpine are what you intend to do, spend the money to invest in insulated boots!

  • Advantages
    Good grip
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Petra's profile picture
| Nittendorf

The thread was edited on 28.12.15

  • Advantages
    Robust
    Price/performance
    Waterproof
    Good grip
  • Disadvantages
    Too stiff
    Causes blisters
Blandine's profile picture
| Albstadt

  • Advantages
    Waterproof
    Good grip
    Robust

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