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      La Sportiva FC ECO 3.2 GTX women's hiking boots feature a mix of recycled materials and a versatile, waterproof design that deftly handles day hikes and lightweight backpacking.

      La Sportiva FC ECO 3.2 GTX Hiking Boots - Women's

      La Sportiva FC ECO 3.2 GTX women's hiking boots feature a mix of recycled materials and a versatile, waterproof design that deftly handles day hikes and lightweight backpacking.
      • $175.00

      Item # 845967

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      • Durable and flexible nubuck and synthetic leather uppers provide lasting wear and breathability; recycled nylon mesh panels add flex and breathable comfort
      • Flex Control design puts flexible materials in key spots to increase ease of movement and transfer energy so your muscles don't have to work as hard throughout your stride
      • Gore-Tex® membranes are seam sealed and breathable to keep feet dry and comfortable; nylon and recycled nylon linings help transport sweat away from feet
      • Dual-density EVA midsoles offer light weight, lasting cushioning and shock absorption on rough trails; midsoles contain 15% recycled EVA
      • Lightweight thermoplastic urethane and polypropylene shanks deliver torsional rigidity, stability and protection under pack loads and on uneven terrain
      • Vibram® rubber outsoles with Impact Brake System™ handle wet and dry routes equally; outsoles contain 30% recycled rubber

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      La Sportiva FC ECO 3.2 GTX Hiking Boots - Women's

      Specification Description
      Best use Hiking
      Footwear height Over-the-ankle
      Footwear closure Lace-up
      Waterproof Yes
      Upper Nubuck leather/recycled nylon mesh/synthetic leather
      Lining Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane/nylon/recycled nylon
      Midsole Dual-density EVA/recycled EVA
      Support Thermoplastic urethane/polypropylene shank
      Outsole Vibram rubber/recycled rubber
      Average footwear weight (pair) 2 pounds
      Gender Women's
      Trademarked terms Gore-Tex

      La Sportiva FC ECO 3.2 GTX Hiking Boots - Women's

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      Rated 4out of5
      by fromWorked well - as expected Recommended by Castleton REI store - used on many trails in Smoky Mountains National Park, and Indiana State Parks. Nice to be able to get hiking shoes in narrow sizes.
      Date published: 2014-10-05
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromso far so good Got them on sale for a good discount on price.just breaking them in but have had no problems.only done short hikes with < 20lbs so far. stayed dry in rain.
      Date published: 2013-10-17
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromGreat Hiking Boots I purchased these about a month ago. I have worn them hiking around Denver and Rocky Mountain National Park. There was hardly a break-in period. You'll love these!
      Date published: 2014-08-01
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromno blisters New boots were needed for a hike in Washington's Enchantments, but with little time for breaking in. They proved to be perfect, comfortable and sturdy. My four companions all suffered with painful blisters from their old boots, which made me appreciate my new purchase.
      Date published: 2014-07-17
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromGreat comfortable boots This product has a wide deep toe box, which I think why most of us love this boot. Your toes will not be crushed when going downhill, which is a complaint of many top quality boot. They don't have heavy soles, so if your hikes are very rocky, you may want to cushion your feet with better insoles.
      Date published: 2014-09-24
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromI Don't Notice These on My Feet I bought these hiking boots a month ago, and the best compliment I can give them is that I don't even notice I am wearing them. There was no break-in time and there is no heaviness in wearing them. I have taken them on hikes and even just in town walking, and they have never made my feet hurt. I just recently took them snow shoeing into the Rocky Mountains, and they performed as well as snow boots could have in those conditions and the waterproofing stayed true to the description. The well-being of your feet can make or break a hike or backpacking trip, so these shoes are definitely worth the price and will give you happy feet and even happier trail memories.
      Date published: 2014-12-28
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromLove this boot! I bought these boots last spring for day hiking in dessert, rain and light snow conditions. I wanted a boot that kept my feet dry, had good support and was as comfortable as a tennis shoe. This boot has surpassed my hopes in all areas. Nice and snug around the mid foot holding my foot secure when sidehilling, yet ample room in the toe box. No toe bang even on steep descents. They are super lightweight and comfortable. So far very durable too.
      Date published: 2015-01-23
      Rated 2out of5
      by fromvery dissapointing My feet have changed as I have grown older they have gotten wider and finding shoes I could wear that don't hurt my feet because they are too narrow is an issue. I tried on more than twelve pairs of boots at the store and these are the only ones that were comfortable and seemed like they would fit right. They fit well and are not too narrow but what I want in a hiking boot is something that is waterproof that I can hike in comfortably that will keep my feet dry in rain and snow. I am a dog walker and I wore these while walking dogs in the pouring rain. My feet were not soaked but my socks got a little damp as the boots are not completely waterproof. The other issues is they have pour traction on wet surfaces and I found myself slipping and sliding, thankfully I didn't fall, but I easily could in these boots. I have not gotten to test them out hiking on a trail yet but if they have pour traction on flat pavement when it is wet I don't see them doing well on wet trails.
      Date published: 2014-12-24

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