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Hanwag Makra Light Lady GTX

Hanwag Makra Light Lady GTX

Hanwag Makra Light Lady GTX
Hanwag Makra Light Lady GTX
Hanwag Makra Light Lady GTX
Hanwag Makra Light Lady GTX

Campaign price
188,10 + delivery costs
Offer ends in
Normal price 209,00 €
Incl. VAT 24 %


Hanwag Makra Light Lady GTX Asphalt / Blue Green
Asphalt / Blue Green

EUR 36 (UK 3.5)
EUR 37 (UK 4.0)
EUR 37.5 (UK 4.5)
EUR 38 (UK 5.0)
EUR 39 (UK 5.5)
EUR 39.5 (UK 6.0)
EUR 40 (UK 6.5)
EUR 40.5 (UK 7.0)
EUR 41.5 (UK 7.5)
EUR 42 (UK 8.0)

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Location Store (Helsinki): Shoes, 15, warehouse

Product description

Exceptionally light and agile all-rounder for via ferratas and easier alpine tours. Equipped with a waterproof GORE-TEX membrane, TPU toe protection and cushioning sole technology.

The Makra Light Lady GTX is an agile all-rounder for via ferratas and easier alpine tours. It’s the perfect height and has all the characteristics required for a range of activities. And it’s very versatile too. Because footwear to see you safely over iron pins, ladder rungs and rocky ledges has to be particularly solid to be able to withstand the constant loading. At the same time, it has to provide the wearer with a good ‘feel’ for the terrain underfoot. And if it’s going to be comfortable going uphill and downhill, then it has to be built on a well cushioned base that promotes smooth roll-off performance. But that’s not all the mid-cut Makra Light Lady GTX can do. It’s designed for mountain enthusiasts who appreciate the benefits of a low-cut model on the ascents but are unwilling to do away with the additional stability offered by a mid-cut design on the descents.

By incorporating a special 2-zone lacing system with mechanical lace lock system, the upper is easily adapted to the demands of the terrain in question. Unlike conventional clamping lace hooks, this mechanical style of lace lock won’t slip once it’s locked in place – it requires manual intervention to unlock it. This makes it possible to have tighter lacing at the ankle and more relaxed lacing at the upper section of the boot, for example, for greater freedom of movement on ascents or when climbing. While for descents, the entire lacing can be locked down above the ankle too, for greater stability. In addition to a flexible, adjustable upper, the Makra Light Lady GTX has a particularly lightweight, precise-fitting, cushioning midsole that provides the stability required for demanding terrain.

840 g / pair (size 38, UK 5)

Flex index

Lace length
UK 3,5 - 5,5 = 140cm
UK 6 - 9 = 150cm

Membrane: Gore-Tex
Upper material: Suede, Textile
Outer sole: Vibram®Makra EVA

The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 280 x 140 x 320 mm.


Last width

Stiffness Lisätietoa
B (more demanding trails)

Gore-Tex / corresponding

Cuff length

0,84 kg
(with sales package 1 kg)

24 month(s)

Country of origin

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