Tibet GTX Hi
5
1 review

Color: 
Sepia/Black
$420.00

Gray’s Best of 2016 and Field & Stream’s 2013 “Best of the Best” award winner. A taller version of the Tibet GTX®, it’s our top of the line backpacking boot, with an extra hook’s worth of height for added support and stability in tough terrain. Durably waterproof/ breathable and strap-on crampon/snow spike compatible.

  • Upper Material: Nubuck Leather
  • Upper Protection: High Wall Rubber Rand
  • Construction: Board Lasted - Cemented Sole
  • Lining: GORE-TEX®
  • Lacing Hardware: Open and Closed Hooks
  • Additional Hardware: I-Lock®
  • Additional Hardware 2: Roller Eyelets 
  • Special Lacing: FlexFit®
  • Tongue Construction: C4 - Tongue®  
  • Insole: Climate Control Footbed 
  • Midsole: DuraPU™ with SPS System 
  • Sole: VIBRAM® Masai
  • Stabilizer: Hard 
  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • Weight (lb) 4.22
  • Resolable: Yes   

Available at: FootwearOutfitters.com

Please Note: Actual footwear color may differ slightly from the photos you view on this website.

Style: 
2108965599
SKU:
840054231704
5
I wanted to give my opinion as a larger than average hiker/hunter. I am 6'5'' and 275lbs and I want a very supportive boot. I tried on Zamberlan, Han Wag, Kenetrek, Crispi, and Lowa. The Lowa Tibet GTX Hi was the most supportive boot I tried. Maybe the other boots are stiff enough for regular size folks, but for a guy my weight the other boots just were not stiff enough. The other boots were very nice, but the Lowa fit my foot best. As a side note my feet usually fall into the "low volume" category of ski boots. I am NOT brand loyal. Any of the boots in the 400-450 price range will likely be very high quality. However, when I have a pack full of elk meat, I am over 400lbs. Most boots that are comfortable enough to hike in all day, are not supportive enough to provide the stability I want when I am loaded heavy. The Lowa Tibet is very comfortable and is as supportive as it can be without being so stiff that you feel like you are in a ski boot. I would advise anyone looking for a serious high mountain hunting boot to give the Lowa Tibet a serious look. As long as Lowa makes the Tibet in the high version, this will be my boot of choice!
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