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Cole Haan
(617) 536-7826
109 Newbury St
Boston, MA
Stride Rite Foundation
(617) 574-4169
400 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA
(617) 557-9991
51 Charles St
Boston, MA
Pedi-mac Shoe Co Inc
(617) 542-8034
59 Temple Pl
Boston, MA
Foot Paths
(617) 338-6008
489 Washington St
Boston, MA
Ecconewbury Street
(617) 859-6741
216 Newbury St
Boston, MA
City Sports Inc
(617) 267-3900
480 Boylston St
Boston, MA
(617) 421-1900
83 Newbury St
Boston, MA
Aldo Shoes
(617) 266-0501
180 Newbury St
Boston, MA
Helens Leather Shop
(617) 742-2077
110 Charles St
Boston, MA

La Sportiva Raptor $110

La Sportiva Raptor $110
The Raptor is a sibling to last year’s sleeper, the Wildcat. Built on the same last, the upper here is a closely woven mesh with a full rand that has a smooth, mud-shedding surface.  

On the upper, the laces thread through webbing loops supported by thermoplastic overlays that come up from the midsole, the vamp has a stretch panel under the laces to keep debris out, and the conforming foam of the tongue improves the fit. The dual density midsole is firm and responsive, in part because of the supportive, dual density innersole. The outersole features variously sized lugs set into tooth-like ridges in both forefoot and heel. The FriXion rubber compound is excellent on trails, wet or dry, but the cost of that sticky traction is that it’s less durable on the roads.



  • Sizes: men 7–12,13,14,15 (unisex)
  • Weight: 14.2 oz. (men’s 11)
  • Shape: semi-curved
  • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted
  • For: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics

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