Baltoro GTX RR Backpacking Boot - Men's by Zamberlan
Crafted in Italy with handmade quality and rugged materials, the Zamberlan Men's Baltoro GTX RR Backpacking Boot withstands the punishment of backpacking trips, hunting expeditions, and fast-moving alpine missions. The Perwanger leather upper is sourced from a famous Italian tannery that produces premium leather for alpine and backpacking boots. It's reinforced with a PU-coated rubber rand that stands up to hardcore trail abuse. The leather upper is outfitted with a Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane, which seals out shallow streams, heavy rain showers, and snowfield crossings from permeating through and compromising comfort. This waterproof membrane is highly breathable, meaning your foot will stay dry from the inside out without soaking in excess sweat. One of its stand-out features, the Vibram Mulaz EVO sole sports aggressive lugs for tenacious grip across steep mountainsides, rocky forests, and plunging headlands. It's compatible with semi-automatic crampons, allowing you to scale technical sections of rock and ice, as well as cross glaciers in warm summer months.
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