Zamberlan Vioz GT Mens

 

RRP: £200.00
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A men's full-grain 3-4 season leather boot for hill and mountain walking

A men's full-grain3-4 season leather boot, with a high ankle cuff and GoreTex membrane that gives maximum wet weather protection.  A locking lace point allows the lacing tension on the lower part of the foot to be 'locked off' so that looser lacing can be applied at the cuff if desired . 

The Vibram tread on a supportive firm flex sole is quite deep so this will give good wear resistance in rocky areas and good performance on graded scrambling routes. The tread is deeper than that on the Vioz Lite GT.

The leather is 2.6mm full grain treated with Hydrobloc.

The Vioz GT is a worthy choice for walkers seeking good support to deal with rough terrain found in Wales, the Lake District and Scotland.

Fit: The fit of the boot is fairly wide in the forefoot area.

Care: Proof with Zamberlan Hydrobloc when the leather is clean and dry.

  • 2.6mm full grain leather
  • Goretex membrane
  • Vibram sole
  • Locking lace point
  • 740g
  • Made in Italy

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