Garmont Rambler GTX


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Fabric and suede leather backpacking boot

With the Garmont Rambler GTX you get a good specification boot for a good price!  The boot has a solid, supportive feel suitable for tough hill walks and multi-day backpacks for example, yet feels fairly light at 720g for UK8 boot. As you would expect with a fabric and suede leather boot, it comes with a gortex lining for waterproofness and the boot has a tall cuff for protection from the weather and trail debris.

The Garmont Rambler GTX has a locking lace point to optimise lacing tension on the forward part of the foot and a heel lock lace loop to give a really good heel hold.

The Vibram New Winkler outsole has multi-direction cevron lugs for excellent traction and semi-blocked areas at the toe and heel to maximise surface contact.

  • Fabric and suede leather
  • Goretex waterproof lining
  • Vibram New Winkler outsole
  • Locking lace point and heel lock loop
  • Weight: 720g per UK8 boot
  • Upper: 1.8mm suede leather and nylon cordura


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