I am selling my brand new pair of Boreal G1 Altitude Snow boots. I literally used them for three days at altitude for a trip I recently did. They are super comfortable and warm. I will include the crampons as well.
Here is a write up of the boot -
Going high? Climbing hard? Heading to extremely cold regions? The G1 LITE gives you warmth and climbing performance plus plenty of versatility and the choice of the type and weight of gaiter you use. Keep it simple for day outings and technical routes and boost warmth - for the coldest of the cold - with an INSULATED SUPERGAITER. Lighter weight is achieved by utilization of water proof Dynatec upper with Lorica and carbon-glass reinforcements. Total weather protection is afforded by Sympatex - a textile fully waterproof yet breathable across it's entire surface. Result - drier socks and warmer feet.
Inner boot is a sandwich of 6mm of micro-porous EVA foam insulation with Sympatex in the middle and durable inner cordura face. Underfoot, 1.4 mm of Neoprene (perforated for breathability and shock absorption) plus 10 mm of EVA foam insulation back the extra-rigid technical performance midsole. Connecting you to the earth or any crampon is Boreal's MOUNT FDS-3 outsole with triple density co-molded rubber for the right combination of traction, shock absorption and durability.
The G1L's inner boot is slip lasted (just like rock shoes) with waterproof split leather on collar and tongue, a padded Achilles with adjustable velcro-elastic strap (for heel retention) plus a unique raised heel that keys into a corresponding cavity in the floor of the outer boot. Materials include a durable Cordura outer, W/B Sympatex, Thinsulate for warmth and an efficient wicking Dry Line inner surface.
PM me if you are interested or would like to know more. http://www.mtntools.com/cat/alpineice/b ... eboots.htmhttp://www.climbing.com/gear/boreal-g1- ... ear-guide/
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