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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.
Our brand has its roots in the rugged terrain of the mountains, from which we draw on to craft boots that are both distinctive and functional, built to withstand even the most extreme conditions. For us, it's not just about performance -we aim to deliver an authentic experience that can represent the deep connection between humanity and nature-. That's why we’ve developed Kayland's Mountaineering line, shoes in which lies our technical DNA and propensity for continuous innovation, to equip you for any expedition. We continuously refine our products through rigorous testing and collaboration with selected professional mountaineers. You focus on preparing yourself mentally, physically and technically and Kayland will take care of your feet.
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K4 GTX

K4 GTX

€ 499,95  

K4 is the technical boot for high-altitude mountaineering, ideal for tackling terrain and ice at altitudes of up to 4000 m characterised by a particularly harsh climate. Thanks to its full crampon compatibility, it is ideal for crossing glaciers and ice climbing. The K4 GTX is highly durable, equipped with the most innovative thermal and component technologies in the Kayland range. UPPERA new striking graphic accompanies the high technicality of this shoe. The completely renewed design with a new pattern recalls the style of other models in the range, for an unmistakable stylistic continuity with the new logo and pictogram evident on both sides. The fascia surrounding the boot and the toe box are made externally with Diamond Technology. This exclusive polyurethane component provides an unprecedented degree of abrasion resistance and a wider surface area for greater protection. The inner surface of the boot has also been implemented by adding rubber to ensure greater protection of the foot and shoe from the wear and tear of crampon use. Protective gaiters and Easy Zip waterproof closure. LININGA Gore-Tex® Duratherm lining, one of the most thermally insulating liners in the Gore range, has been added internally. The lining is perfect for protecting the feet even in the coldest temperatures, maintaining the impermeability and the breathability of the foot while raising the comfort level inside the shoe.SOLEAn accentuated arch support to ensure greater braking of the shoe when descending and for better grip on rocks. The Vibram® Teton sole has a specific design for mountaineering and ice climbing: the full zones on the toe and heel provide greater grip and increase safety, while the grippy compound maintains a high level of grip in all conditions and on all surfaces. MIDSOLE AND INSOLEThe polyurethane outsole block also wears the institutional colours with a two-tone design. The rear heel for crampon insertion has been set and glued into the midsole to ensure a more secure and stable grip. The mounting footbed is made of fibreglass with aluminium foil to ensure maximum rigidity, especially when used with crampons. The midsole features an exclusive technology, thanks to the Smart PU component, a polyurethane compound capable of reacting to changes in temperature: it hardens in the heel area in colder temperatures and softens in milder weather to facilitate cushioning when walking. LACING SYSTEMThe K4 GTX offers a new lacing system with maximum adjustment according to the intended use. The tongue features an overlap closure, with a single gusset to ensure total foot wrapping. In addition to this there are 3 levels of closure: a lace puller, which offers the possibility of tightening the laces and keeping the fit anatomically constant, an intermediate level with the lace closure and finally at the top, the Velcro and microfibre strap. The outer protective polyamide gaiter has a waterproof closure system with a heat-sealed zip.

STELLAR W'S GTX

STELLAR W'S GTX

€ 299,95  

Mountaineering tradition meets performance and a design tailored specifically for the female foot – this is Stellar W'S GTX.Stellar W’S GTX is a nimble, crampon-compatible boot for high altitude mountaineering, as well as speed ascents on rock, mixed, snow and ice, and climbing. Its secret is the new construction technique used for the sole unit: the foot sits directly on top of the soft dual density PU midsole to maximize cushioning and ensure precise foot placement, as well as providing impact resistance on rough terrain.Thanks to its anatomic construction, the precision and technical features of this mountaineering boot are further enhanced by a feel which is more akin to a snug, super-comfortable trail shoe.SOLEThe innovative Vibram® Stellar sole unit has been designed exclusively for Kayland. The internal construction features a honeycomb design that lightens the structure, enhances thermal insulation and delivers excellent shock absorption.The midsole is in dual density PU foam, and this sits above the PU insole, which is also perforated to reduce weight and increase torsional stability. The sole unit contains an integrated welt to take a semi-automatic crampon, making this the perfect partner for your alpine adventures.UPPERThe foot-hugging upper is made of microfibre and abrasion-resistant fabric, and features an extremely durable rubber toe bumper. The elasticated wrap-around gusseted tongue is open on one side only. It wraps the shin and ankle bone perfectly without overlaps or compression points: the fit is made even more comfortable by the hard-wearing and light protective edge and lycra cuff.LININGThe lining features the Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane guaranteeing total waterproofing and breathability.FITThe modular differentiated lacing system adapts perfectly to the instep and ensures an outstandingly precise fit, which is further enhanced by the highly advanced asymmetrical positioning of the closure that allows correct flex.The Kayland Ankle Lock System protects the ankle and holds it firmly in place whilst allowing totally natural movement. The heel is well anchored and ergonomic padding prevents blisters.Stellar W'S GTX features a fit specifically designed to support, protect and contour the female foot to ensure outstanding comfort and first-rate performance.Stellar GTX is an innovative shoe offering outstanding comfort that marks the continuing evolution of Kayland's mountaineering DNA: a classic approach to the mountains, where the pleasure of the experience is as important as performance. Boot height and closure are traditional – a touch purists will appreciate – while the feel of the fit is totally new.