Tibet GTX
1 review


A workhorse of a boot and a cult favorite among hardcore backpackers and hunters, the Tibet GTX® is super stable, making it ideal for carrying heavy loads over long distances. Thoughtfully designed features, such as the handy I-Lock lacing cam which allows you to separate the lace tension between the ankle and the top of the foot, will keep your feet comfortable over many miles of tough terrain. The lasted GORE-TEX® lining provides durably waterproof/breathable protection against the elements.

  • Upper Material: Nubuck Leather
  • Upper Protection: High Wall Rubber Rand
  • Lining: GORE-TEX®
  • Construction: Board Lasted - Cemented Sole
  • X-Lacing
  • Lacing Hardware: Open and Closed Hooks 
  • Additional Hardware: I-Lock®
  • Additional Hardware 2: Roller Eyelets
  • Special Lacing: FlexFit®
  • Midsole: DuraPU™ with SPS System
  • Tongue: Construction C4 - Tongue®
  • Insole: Climate Control Footbed
  • Sole VIBRAM® Masai
    • Please note: Sizes 15 and 16 have a different sole unit that is identical to the performance of the VIBRAM® Masai. (The Masai sole unit is not available in these sizes.)
  • Stabilizer: Hard
  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • Weight (lb.) 3.96
  • Resolable: Yes

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Tibet implies China or the Chinese area. Not the case. The name of the boots should be "Mountain Boot", "Scree Scaler", or even "North American Mountain Hunter". Bought these boots in the Spring, break in time was minimal. Trusting a boot on a 10 day Stone Sheep hunt is a heavy lift but Lowa earned it before I left. No hot spots, no blisters, and no leaks means that Lowa nailed the big 3. 5/5 stars and would recommend to a friend.
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