ALPINE ICE GTX

By moun­taineers, for moun­taineers. ALPINE ICE GTX

The demands placed on Alpinists rise with every metre they climb. The air becomes thinner and thinner as they rise metre after metre. The type of terrain, the weather and the technical chal­lenges – everything becomes more chal­lenging. LOWA’s PRO Team has carefully taken all these factors into consid­eration. But that’s hardly surprising, as all of its members are active in the moun­tain­eering community. The result of their collab­oration is the ALPINE ICE GTX. It’s a real all-rounder, developed based on real-world knowledge, both inside and out!

This completely crampon-compatible boot is ready for all kinds of weather conditions thanks to its waterproof GORE-TEX membrane and elevated scree collar. The ALPINE ICE GTX is partic­ularly outgoing when it comes to different types of terrain and simul­taneous power transfer. It’s all possible thanks to its flat sole design. Naturally, LOWA worked hard on the inside of the boot, as well as its outer features. An anatom­ically-shaped last makes them comfortable to wear on any surface that an Alpinist might encounter. From the foot of the mountain to heights of 4,000 metres and above.

Weight: 1750 g/Pair (UK 5) • Show all technical data …

Use your ALPINE ICE GTX for , and

  • Image photo with the ALPINE ICE GTX, Charmonix 2018

    Why do we have to take the high road?

    High-altitude tours belong to the Olympian class of moun­tain­eering. During tours like these, moun­taineers set off from the valley, take hiking paths, cross rock-covered terrain and trek through snow before reaching steep ice and firn flanks. High-altitude tours call for orientation skills, experience, climbing ability and sure footing cross alpine terrain. The right equipment is an absolute must for such tours. During high-altitude tours, moun­taineers are part of a roped party or group and face all sorts of different terrains. They have to find their own way on snow, ice and rock.

    Mt. Everest, Nepal, Tibet

    “Nowadays we can still experience a world in high mountain regions that is so elemental and vibrant that it arouses both utter amazement and fearful humility in us.”

    Luis Stitzinger | LOWA PRO Team

    • Insu­lation
      LOWA’s expedition boots are outfitted with insu­lation made of GORE-TEX or Prim­aLoft®.

    • Torsional stability
      If you’re on an extended tour or lugging relatively heavy loads, you need secure footing. This is why high-altitude boots offer excep­tional torsional stability and give wearers firm footing even when they are carrying a full load.

    • Torsional stability
      If you’re on an extended tour or lugging relatively heavy loads, you need secure footing. This is why high-altitude boots offer excep­tional torsional stability and give wearers a firm footing even when they are carrying a full load.

  • Image photo with the ALPINE SL GTX, Nachshooting Charmonix 2019

    Why should we head out into the ice and snow?

    Mountains can still be explored on foot even in snowy and frosty conditions. The range of winter moun­tain­eering exper­iences extends from easy hikes on snow-covered forest roads and flat alpine meadows to summit tours and real high-altitude excursions where the technical challenge grows.

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    “Climbing in the high mountains in winter – that’s my world!”

    Fritz Miller | LOWA ACTIVE Team

    • Insu­lation
      LOWA’s winter boots are outfitted with insu­lation made of GORE-TEX or Prim­aLoft®.

    • Good grip
      When people venture out into the cold or cover slippery and wet surfaces, it’s partic­ularly vital the sole offers good grip. This is why LOWA winter boots have optimal traction to create good grip.

    • Sole rigidity
      Anyone who is determined to climb high mountains in the winter will not get very far without crampons, snowshoes or mini-crampons. When such equipment is used, the soles of boots need to have a certain stiffness.

  • What fascinates you?

    Ice climbing involves the scaling of ice form­ations like frozen waterfalls and icicles. Climbers use crampons and ice tools to scale the ice. Ice climbing is a special discipline of alpine climbing or moun­tain­eering because all knowledge about alpine climbing is put to the test here. The same protective equipment needed for alpine climbing is used here as well. Mixed climbing is a combination of sport climbing and ice climbing. It may sound simple. But the ability to effectively move across such combined terrain is far from easy. Generally, climbers use crampons and ice tools to maintain their vertical position – just like ice climbing. Mixed routes are char­ac­terised by pronounced overhangs and difficult rock and ice form­ations.

    Image photo with the ALPINE ICE GTX®, Eiskletterevent Kom Saigurn

    “Precision and depend­ability are top priority in the supreme discipline of moun­tain­eering.”

    Rudi Hauser | LOWA PRO Team

    • Insu­lation
      Boots designed for ice and mixed climbing are outfitted with insu­lation made of GORE-TEX or Prim­aLoft®.

    • Crampon welts
      Anyone who traverses icy or mixed terrain needs crampon-compatible boots. LOWA ice-climbing boots have permanently affixed crampons or are designed to accept fully automatic crampons.

    • Sole rigidity
      Boots with a torsionally stable sole play a very important role in a wearer’s ability to maintain stable footing while using crampons. This takes the load off foot muscles and combats fatigue.

ALPINE ICE GTX
LOWA ACTIVE Team

“The ALPINE ICE GTX is my trusty companion in chal­lenging mixed terrain in the Western Alps, and I love going on tour with mine.”

Nina Schlesener | LOWA ACTIVE Team

VIBRAM® ALP TRAC® ICE Precision climbing

The ALPINE ICE GTX has a CLIMBING ZONE. This is a flat component in the front sole area that facil­itates easy climbs.

The performance sole VIBRAM® ALP TRAC® ICE has been optimised for use in high alpine terrain. Users enjoy solid grip that is created by the combination of the high tread depth of the studs and a proven rubber compound, including the “climbing zone” on the sole’s tip.

VIBRAM® ALP TRAC® ICE

GORE-TEX DURATHERM Guar­anteed weather protection with insu­lation

When winter conditions become extreme, the feet inside the ALPINE ICE GTX are protected by a waterproof GORE-TEX membrane equipped with a highly insu­lating layer of lining.

  • Permanently waterproof
    The membrane provides reliable waterproof protection. No matter what sort of adventure you may be planning, you can count on GORE-TEX tech­nology to keep your feet pleasantly dry.

  • High breath­ability
    Designed with optimal breath­ability in mind, GORE-TEX shoes provide pleasant comfort even during intense activities. Water cannot penetrate the footwear, and moisture produced inside the shoe escapes through billions of pores in the GORE-TEX membrane.

  • Good insu­lation
    A specially designed, breathable layer of insu­lation provides addi­tional comfort – whenever and wherever you need it. This insu­lation delivers comfortable protection even at low temper­atures.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

The Performance collection The devel­opment of a high-performance line

When LOWA sits down to develop its line of Alpine boots, the company consults with the best profes­sional moun­taineers in the German-speaking world. These ambitious mountain athletes know exactly what counts during extreme high-altitude tours, on via ferrata and during far-off exped­itions. The LOWA PRO Team advises our specialists in the Devel­opment Department in its work to create footwear that perfectly meets the athletes’ needs. The result of this work is a new line that delivers top performance on the mountain. The models have become much more athletic and lighter. Over the past few years, a number of excep­tional LOWA boots have been developed in the “performance” segment during countless meetings with athletes and testing events.

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Image photo with the ALPINE ICE GTX, Charmonix 2018
Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

CLOSE TO THE GROUND For direct contact with the ground

People who venture across Alpine terrain face many chal­lenges. Fields of loose rocks, rocky outcrops and rough terrain place the highest demands on footwear. For this reason, LOWA uses the tech­no­logies of CLOSE TO THE GROUND in the ALPINE ICE GTX to create a good feel on the surface. The sole is designed in such a way that the distance to the ground is kept to a bare minimum. The height minim­isation throughout the entire shoe creates a natural feel during chal­lenging tours and provides stable footing on uneven terrain.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

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CLOSE TO THE ROCK For direct contact with the rock

People who venture across Alpine terrain face many chal­lenges. Fields of loose rocks, rocky outcrops and rough terrain place the highest demands on footwear. For this reason, LOWA uses the tech­no­logies of CLOSE TO THE ROCK in the ALPINE ICE GTX to create a good feel on the rock. The toe area of the shoe is designed in such a way that the distance to the rock is kept to a bare minimum.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

SLINGSHOT For improved heel fit

To provide good fit for the heel and to maintain a strong connection between the front and rear foot, a special form of heel rubber is attached to the footwear ALPINE ICE GTX while under tension. This SLINGSHOT generates a powerful restoring force, creating good heel fit in the shoe.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

ANATOMICAL FIT Exact comfort

The midsole of the ALPINE ICE GTX has been specially adapted to the natural features of the foot as a way of increasing comfort and fighting fatigue. These qualities are created by using integrated cush­ioning in the insole and its anatom­ically optimised form.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

Resoling A second life for your favourite footwear

The footwear model ALPINE ICE GTX can be resoled.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

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“Top quality is the guarantee for genuine sustain­ability. Replacing soles really does make sense in that respect too.”

Ralf Dujmovits | LOWA PRO Team

LOWA FLEX® Flexible eyelets for more comfort

To add flex­ibility to each eyelet of the ALPINE ICE GTX, the lacing systems through which laces are threaded are affixed separately. These sections are made of soft leather trim or supple textile materials that prevent pressure points. Thanks to the flexible arrangement of the eyelets, the laces can be indi­vidually adjusted without producing any excessive pressure on specific areas. But the tongue maintains its optimum posi­tioning.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

TWO ZONE LACING The shoes fit correctly as a result

Thanks to the two-zone lacing system used in the ALPINE ICE GTX, the forefoot and upper have their own separately adjustable lacing zones. As a result, the shoe can be indi­vidually adapted to the anatomy of the foot and laced in different ways for ascents and descents.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

DSC_3812.NEF Expedition Grönland Mann Philipp Hans Stefan Glowacz Thomas Ulrich

“I can’t lace up a shoe any more sens­itively than this. I relish this lacing system every time I switch from coarse gravel or snow to rocks. A short tug and the approach shoe is trans­formed into a climbing shoe.”

Stefan Glowacz | LOWA PRO Team

WATERPROOF ZIPPER Moisture remains outside

The waterproof zipper used in the ALPINE ICE GTX keeps out moisture.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

FIT RIBBON Running like clockwork

The minim­alistic lacing strip for the ALPINE ICE GTX produces both the highest level of func­tionality and maximum weight reduction. The two directly interwoven bands are easy to tie and the lacing is optimally threaded. In selecting the material, LOWA focused on the durability and toughness of the bands.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine mountaineering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cushioning element integrated into the shank.

Climbers who are determined to reach the very top have to be able to rely on their technical gear. For Alpine moun­tain­eering boots in particular, there are a wide range of requirements, depending on the terrain and weather conditions. The ALPINE ICE GTX is a boot that was developed jointly by the LOWA PRO Team and active Alpinists. The completely crampon-compatible boot is designed for both icy and rocky passages, with GORE-TEX Duratherm lining and a cush­ioning element integrated into the shank.

Technical data

Name

ALPINE ICE GTX

Article number

230315 7299

Sole

VIBRAM® ALP TRAC® ICE

The performance sole VIBRAM® ALP TRAC® ICE has been optimised for use in high alpine terrain. Users enjoy solid grip that is created by the combination of the high tread depth of the studs and a proven rubber compound, including the “climbing zone” on the sole’s tip. More …

A specially constructed component in the area of the sole tip for precise performance during easy climbs.

Proven Vibram® rubber sole from a high-quality provider from Italy.

Midsole

100%
Poly­urethane (PU)

Poly­urethane (PU) is a soft plastic that has very good cush­ioning prop­erties and is usually used in the midsole as a result. Through the use of PU, the soles become light­weight and func­tionally flexible.

Insole

Approx. 25%
EVA

The acronym “EVA” stands for “ethylene-vinyl acetate”. It corresponds to an elast­omeric polymer that is used to make plastic materials. The EVA material creates soft and flexible qualities. It is primarily used in the production of shoe and shoe midsoles to provide step cush­ioning. Various degrees of rigidity can be achieved on the basis of the thickness employed.

Approx. 25%
Polyester

Polyester is synthetic plastic fibre made from crude oil. In chemical terms, it is a polymer that can be processed into many different materials. Thanks to its chemical flex­ibility, polyester is light­weight, dries quickly, does not shrink and has the highest levels of tear and abrasion resistance.

Approx. 5%
Aluminium foil

Aluminium foil is the name used to describe a thin foil that is produced in a rolling process using the raw material of aluminium. Air-tight aluminium foil is primarily used in insoles as a layer of insu­lation that fights off cold from below and retains heat in the shoe.

Approx. 45%
Poly­ethylene

Poly­ethylene is a semi-crys­talline and non-polar ther­mo­plastic resin that is, by far, the most widely used plastic in the world. Poly­ethylene is used in part as a component of man-made fibre/blended fabrics. It is used primarily to create comfort and insulate the foot from below.

Upper material

Approx. 80%
Fabric

Our natural and synthetic fabrics facilitate optimal warming and moisture management with the help of their usage-specific char­ac­ter­istics. Thanks to their structural design, they are smooth and make our products extremely comfortable.

Approx. 20%
Rubber

Stretchy, water repellent and tough – these are the primary qualities of rubber, a material that is used to produce a wide range of products. As an elastomer, rubber offers good dimen­sional stability, but is elast­ically malleable when subjected to tensile and pressure stress.

Lining material

100%
GORE-TEX DURATHERM

Footwear equipped with the GORE-TEX DURATHERM membrane comes with a warm, waterproof and breathable lining. More …

Functions

Upper design with freely moving lace hooks and lacing systems. More …

Waterproof zipper keeps out moisture. More …

The midsole has been specially adapted to the anatomy of the foot. More …

Stretched rubber, a feature taken from the realm of climbing, improves heel fit. More …

The forefoot and upper area can be laced in varying degrees of tightness. More …

The low height of the sole creates stable footing on uneven terrain. More …

Special lace construction with minimal weight and high durability. More …

The special design of the toe area enables wearers to climb with precision even on the edges of the smallest rocks. More …

Crampons

Footwear stiffness

A cush­ioning pad has been placed in the heel area to provide the very best comfort.

The footwear exhibits very strong resistance to bending.

Weight

1750 g/Pair (UK 5)

Service & accessories

Available repairs

LOWA boots sold in the MOUN­TAIN­EERING and TREKKING categories are designed in a way during the devel­opment phase that they can be resoled. This process will extend their service life and make a strong contri­bution to sustain­ability. More …

Seam repair

Right at the devel­opment stage, our footwear is designed in such a way that the seams for the different parts of the upper are equal to the demands placed on them. But even with the greatest of care, seams can of course still come apart. Torn or worn seams can be repaired without any difficulty at our service workshop. More …

Heel lining repair

The heel lining is one of the parts of a shoe that are subject to the most stress. Even with quality materials, chafing and signs of wear can of course still occur. The heel lining for leather and GORE-TEX footwear can be repaired without any difficulty at our service workshop. More …

Hook repair

Hooks, loops and eyelets are essential for lacing and putting on all types of footwear. Even with the biggest selection of material, indi­vidual parts can still break, tear or fall apart. Our service workshop can repair all that in house. More …

Replacement parts

Whether it’s new insoles, a speed-lace system, new laces or other replacement parts. Let us know what you need for your favourite LOWA footwear and we’ll send it to you. More …

Accessories