Who should buy the Lowa Expedition 8000 Evo Rd
The Expedition 8000 Evo Rd is appreciated for its design and workmanship. It is a solid option if you:
- Prefer a mountaineering boot that optimizes insulation, waterproofing, and breathability at the same time.
- Are looking for a boot that makes your foot warm and comfy on the trails.
- Go for a mountaineering boot that provides grip on most types of terrain.
Who should not buy the Lowa Expedition 8000 Evo Rd
Expedition boots must also be crampon-compatible because safety is the number one priority in the mountains and on the glaciers but quality comes at a price, and these boots aren't exactly cheap yet it is a worthy investment.
With that said, you may also want to check the Scarpa Phantom 8000. It offers a cheaper price than the Lowa Expedition 8000 Evo Rd. This boot won over the hearts of mountaineers with its lightness and adequate insulation.
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- Crafted for alpine journeys and the highest mountain peaks, the Lowa Expedition 8000 Evo Rd has a fully integrated gaiter. It is made of abrasion-resistant fabric with zip-up closure. The inner boot features Gore-Tex Duratherm and Primaloft lining. The materials used optimizes insulation, waterproofing, and breathability.
- This mountaineering boot employs a dual-density EVA midsole with a proprietary joint called Hard Winter Shank for stability. This combination, plus an Insulated Pro footbed, keeps the foot warm and comfy.
- Equipped with a Vibram Dolent outsole, it provides grip on most terrain types. Its board-lasted construction allows it to be resoled (meaning, the sole can be repaired through replacement) as necessary, for a cost.
Size and fit
The Lowa Expedition 8000 Evo Rd is a unisex mountaineering gear that reasonably runs true to size. It comes in standard width and whole sizes. Women who will order this boot must go a half size down to get the right fit. The traditional lace-up closure used in its inner boot permits fit customization.
Grants traction on all types of terrain
This high-cut mountaineering boot features Vibram Dolent. This outsole has a profile that includes aggressive and widely-spaced lugs. This self-cleaning layout grants traction on virtually all types of terrain.
Offers assistance on uphill and downhill slopes
The toe and heel areas are designed with a more substantial surface contact to assist on steep uphill and downhill slopes.
Lowa Expedition 8000 Evo Rd provides stability on bumpy terrain
This mountaineering boot uses a crampon-ready dual-density EVA midsole for a lightweight and cushioned ride. There are welts on the heel and toe. A full-length Hard Winter Shank is added underfoot to provide stability on bumpy terrain.
Retains heat even at low temperatures
It is also able to retain heat even at low temperatures. An Insulate Pro footbed that’s Alu-coated and comes with fleece promotes comfort.
The Expedition 8000 Evo Rd has an outer boot made of abrasion-resistant fabric. Its integrated gaiter with ceramic coating uses a waterproof TIZIP zipper closure. Its removable inner boot features an Alu-coated PE foam and Aveolite. It is lined with Gore-Tex Duratherm and 400 g Primaloft. These materials promote an insulated, waterproof, and comfortable environment.
Easy to wear
At the top is an elastic band to help keep the gaiter in place and prevent intrusion of trail debris. A reinforced pull tab is attached, permitting easy on and off.
Lowa Expedition 8000 Evo Rd's lacing system
Seen at the base is a high wall rubber rand that protects the user from unwanted knocks. As for the inner boot, it has a lacing system that includes a traditional lace-up and a hook and loop closure.
- Lowa developed the Expedition 8000 Evo Rd in collaboration with Ralf Dujmovits, an expert mountaineer. He was the first German who summited all 14 eight-thousanders.
- This boot is compatible with automatic crampons.