Zamberlan Vioz Lux GTX RR Backpacking Boot - Men's

Zamberlan Vioz Lux GTX RR Backpacking Boot - Men's
Zamberlan Vioz Lux GTX RR Backpacking Boot - Men's
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Vioz Lux GTX RR Backpacking Boot - Men's by Zamberlan
Built for backpacking in tough, varied terrain, the Zamberlan Men's Vioz Lux GTX RR Backpacking Boot assures the performance and traction you need to conquer talus fields, steep outcrops, and chossy descents alike. The Vioz Lux features a durable and breathable full-grain leather upper that's backed by a Gore-Tex membrane for waterproof protection and passive breathability. An additional Hydrobloc treatment really gives moisture and precipitation a run for its money, while the PU toe rand bolsters your defense against trail-side obstacles. The PU midsole is shaped to provide day-long support, shock attenuation, and energy return, and the ZFS outsole is not only lugged with Vibram rubber to assure ample traction, but it also touts unencumbered flex in the event that you require it.

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SKU: ZAM0027
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