The Selvatica Mid GTX is the perfect lightweight boot for moving quickly over varied terrain through the mountains in total comfort. The Polyurethane ribs overlaid on AKU's AIR8000 Fabric gives a secure optimized fit with enhanced breathability, giving you the ability to cover the ground you want for as long as you need it. An Exclusive Vibram® Selvatica Mega-Grip sole is optimized with AKU's ELICA technology to provide better comfort, traction, and stability with every step. OrthoLite® breathable insoles, with optimum shock absorption.
The VIBRAM Mega-Grip sole grips on just about anything. Perfect for trails, scree fields, and rock slabs.
Keep your feet dry in all conditions with the integrated waterproof GORE-TEX Extended Comfort membrane.
AKU ELICA TECHNOLOGY
ELICA Technology ensures an anatomical fit to provide better stability and weight distribution across your boot sole to reduce pressure points and encourage better hiking form.
- Footbed: ORTHOLITE® HYBRID PARTIALLY RECYCLED
- Lasting board (stiffness): 2.0 MM POLYPROPILENE + EVA MICROPOROSA (FLEXIBILE)
- Lining description: GORE-TEX® EXTENDED COMFORT
- Midsole: INJECTED EVA
- Upper: AIR8000® + WELDED PU FILM
- Upper protection: Rubber Toe Cap and Polyurethane Ribbed Upper
- Weight: 425 Grams Per Boot
HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR SIZE
We create our footwear using lasts based on real feet. Because of this we make it easy to find your perfect fit.
1st. Step onto a piece of paper and with a pen mark just behind your heel and in front of your longest toe.
2nd. Do this for both feet and then measure the centimeters between these lines. This measurement is your Mondopoint.
3rd. Using the measurement from your longest foot find your correlating size below.
I have a hard time taking these boots off because they are so comfortable. They have become my go to shoe and boot when I need to have some protection. I am looking forward to using them while I shovel the driveway and walk about when there is a lot of slush puddles. They might not be the warmest boots, but I think they should be sufficient most of the time. I haven't used them too much on trails, but so far they have been great!
Not a bad shoe Have not been able to wear it in yet but i thinks it going to be ok but it will take a min to wear in
If you think you need a heavy boot for spring, summer and fall adventures you're be wrong. This has become my favorite boot for all of my activities. I use them as approach shoes when getting to the crag, wear them on non-climbing ascents (when I'm photographing climbers), to the dog park and on just about any non-freezing hike. They're stable and supportive but still light which is key for me as I slow down in my late 30's haha