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  1. Used La Sportiva Batura Evo GTX ice boots for sale, size 47. I bought these at least 6-7 years ago I think but have actually only climbed in them fewer seasons than that. They are still in fantastic shape with tons of life left. No holes, no punctures, no tears, no defects other than superficial scuffs and wear associated with normal use. Superfeet winter insoles included. Asking $250 OBO, shipping will be $20 flat rate on top of that if you need it. I'm located in Wenatchee, WA.
  2. Hey there! Selling a few pairs of boots that are taking up space. I wear a 45.5 or 11.5 street shoe (in Sportiva) for reference. Pickup in Portland preferred, but I am open to driving if you are in the PNW. Otherwise PM me for shipping. Happy to send more photos or field questions about the boots! First up, La Sportiva Batura Evos, in 45.5. $175. Boots are in good condition, normal scuffs and two crampon holes in the left ones gaiter (just through the neoprene like material, not through the actual boot). I really like these boots but they don't fit my wide feet and most days end in foot pain. They climb well and have been warm up to 6000m in the tropics (not in AK!). Next up, La Sportiva Spantiks, in 46. $275 OBO. I bought these for a trip to Peru, they were great if not a little overkill. They fit my wide feet better, but I won't be going on an expedition for a while. The rands could use a spot or two of shoe goo, but otherwise they are in great shape.
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