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Mountaineering boots for high altitude.
The most performing mountaineering boots on the market: crampons compatible, comfortable, safe even on the most difficult trails and on ice.
When you reach the summit, you’re only half way there...you still have to get back down again! The essential, pragmatic truth of this adage has guided our choices in Kayland right from the start. In Kayland, our pedigree is in high altitude mountaineering, a fact you can see in the lasting we use on many of our shoes, a hallmark typical of footwear with a mountaineering DNA: a roomy, wide forefoot that ensures good circulation in extreme conditions. Purists don’t merely seek performance, they seek that authentic experience that only a deep connection between man and mountain can give. Mountaineering, climbing at high altitudes, on ice or mixed terrain, demanding trekking: whatever your adventure, you need to consider myriad variables.To ensure you start off every adventure on the right foot, Kayland has designed a high-quality Mountaineering range of products, in constant evolution, and put through their paces every year by professional mountaineers. All our designs and materials pass stringent quality control procedures to ensure they provide you with the very best in terms of comfort, performance, grip, warmth, precision, protection and lightness. Prepare yourself mentally, physically and technically...and let the views from high places transform you.
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