scrapster Posted March 9, 2011 Report Share Posted March 9, 2011 Lowa Struktura AT Boots (Mondo 25)- Well-used but, OMG, sooo comfy. These are the only hardboots that never gave me any foot pain. Nice, medium flex. Walk mode. I wear a Mondo 24 usually, and these felt fine to me, so I think they run a bit small. Non-moldable liners (as far as I know.) Lug soles. Normal wear but solid and perfectly usable. Great boots to try alpine riding in, or to use as splitboard boots with plate bindings. $40+ship Asolo Supersoft Ice Climbing/Mountaineering/Splitboard Boots (Size 7.5) - These definitely run short in the toe (more like a men's 7 street shoe), but have a very wide toe box. Really cool boots. Used one time, by me, in strap-in bindings. Excellent shape. On the stiffer side for mountaineering boots with one of the higher cuffs that you'll find. Plastic composite outer shell and lug soles. $120+ship SOLD Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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