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David_Parker

Garmont Tower light alpine boots

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For sale, lightly used Garmont Tower GTX. $75.00. Size 9-9.5ish. Excellent condition. I love them but they are just too small for me! Probably good for medium to narrow feet. I have photos I can text/email. These are awesome cascade and olympic 3 season boots. enough flex for long approaches and stiff enough to climb rock/ice. (but not too long for front pointing ice). Think Tor-For traverse, N. Rib Mt. Fury, Mt. Olympus, N. Ridge Stuart, even Rainier! Will accept full strap on and hybrid crampons. Look pretty much like this but not exactly...

Just google reviews for Garmont Tower (lite) and you'll see they are mostly 5 stars except for some dweeb who says they didn't fit. Duh!!

Send text to two oh six-seven one four-fortythreehundred.

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