Boreal Lynx


RRP: £109.95
FROM: £79.99 (£66.66 ex VAT)

You Save 27%


Thanks for your interest in the . We're sorry we're unable to fulfil an order at this time but if you'd like to be notified when stock is next available please let us know:


Quantity *:

Email *:


Notify Me

In the meantime, perhaps the alternatives below might be suitable:

Associated Items

Discount Code

If you are a member of an outdoor or watersports group and have a discount code, please enter it in the box below.

For more information on discount codes, click here.

The Boreal Lynx is an allround performance rockshoe that sits in between the Dharma and Marduk in terms of its assymetric shaping but whilst it is less down turned than both it is finely tuned for pure performance making it ideal for high standard sport, trad or the climbing wall. The longer in the tooth will remember the well loved Boreal Laser and this shoe is intended to be a modern take on that proud beauty.

Improvements from previous versions of the Boreal Lynx as well as a complete rework includes more obvious features such as lacing closer to the toe, a wider forefoot and lower heel volume.

With clever technologies such as the V2 rand whose double tension provides great heel and arch hold and the fantastically sticking but now improved durability Zenith rubber this is a shoe for the serious modern climber.

  • 470g
  • Boreal Zenith outsole (4-4.5mm thickness)
  • Slip lasted
  • Down-curved last with a medium-soft midsole
  • 2-way tension "V2 Rand"
  • Anti deformation midsole
  • Unlined
  • Split leather upper
  • Integrated neoprene padded tongue


Patagonia Micro Puff Hoody Review

Review of the Patagonia Micro Puff hoody, the game-changing insulation piece for 2018. This is the lightest, most packable insulated jacket Patagonia has ever made and it's not got a single gram of down in it!
More on Patagonia Micro Puff Hoody Review »

Dartmoor 50 - Race Report

#TeamUpandUnder member Mark Aston has another 50 mile ultra race under his belt, this time around the stunning scenery of Dartmoor. Have a read of his thoughts on the Dartmoor 50.
More on Dartmoor 50 - Race Report »

Everest Base Camp Trek: A Kit Guide for Novices

In March this year, #TeamUpandUnder member and shop part timer James headed out to Nepal for his first experience of Himalayan trekking - The Everest Basecamp Trek. After hours of discussion with colleagues and scouring the internet for answers pre-trip, he's put together a definitive kit list drawing on his own experience, and the hundreds of years trekking experience held by all the staff in the shop.
More on Everest Base Camp Trek: A Kit Guide for Novices »

Please wait!