About Lowa Cadin GTX Mid Hiking Shoe (Flame)
An athletically inspired lightweight all-rounder. Its low profile, the stiff outsole provides precision and stability on alpine terrain and via ferratas, making it ideal for hiking and climbing in the Dolomites. The abrasion-resistant reptile-patterned toe and heel caps protect without the added weight of a full rand. Combination crampon is compatible. Durably waterproof/breathable
Climbing Zone : This flat support zone under the toes makes easy scrambling possible thanks to a more secure foot placement.
Close to the Ground : A lower-profile platform for better sole contact with ground.
Close to the Rock : Flatter toe profile is designed to keep the distance between foot and ground as small as possible or precise toe-hold
Crampon Campatible : Suitable for step-in, or strap-on, crampon use.
Lowa DoraPu : This denser PU material is used in our Classic & ATC models. It absorbs shock, rebounds well, and is extremely durable.
Medium Stabilizer : Nylon joint-stabilizing elements offers optimal support for outdoor activities.
Resoleable : LOWA can resole this product for an additional fee.
Lighter Weight : Optimized to reduce weight while working to maintain highest performance.
Minimal Seams : Construction design minimizes the number of seams to prevent possible friction or pressure points.
Roller Eyelets : Metal eyelets with small rollers minimize friction, equalize tension.
X-Lacing : Patented LOWA technology holds the tongue in place, both vertically and horizontally, preventing slippage and pressure points and blisters.
Gore-Tex : Guaranteed Waterproof Footwear.
Vibrem : Premium outsoles for active footwear.
- Upper: Split Leather
- Lining: GORE-TEX
- Insole: Climate Control
- Midsole: EVA
- Outsole: VIBRAM® Mulaz Approach
- Stabilizer: Mountaineering Hard
- Weight: 610 g/Single Shoe
About Lowa Brand
LOWA Sportschuhe GmbH was founded in 1923 in Jetzendorf, a town located near Munich. The company still has its headquarters in this town in Upper Bavaria, even though it became part of the Italian Tecnica Group in 1993. At the time of the acquisition, the company produced 350,000 pairs of shoes each year – today, the number has risen above 2.7 million. The people responsible for this success are modelers, shoemakers, warehouse specialists, procurement managers and all other employees at LOWA.