Zamberlan Storm Pro GTX RR Boot - Men's

Zamberlan Storm Pro GTX RR Boot - Men's
Zamberlan Storm Pro GTX RR Boot - Men's
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Storm Pro GTX RR Boot - Men's by Zamberlan
Lightweight and supportive, the Storm Pro GTX RR Boots are designed for backcountry bowhunting, but only because they keep you light (and dry) on your feet--feel free to take them on a tricky all-day hike or weekend trek in lieu of finding dinner. Their durable, waterproof construction easily handles all mud and creek crossings, while Vibram outsoles and a supportive midsole ensure you can handle every twist and turn in the dark forest. Zamberlan's famous StarTrek treads deliver superior grip and downhill braking, with lugs wide enough for cleaning with a stick or even your fingers.

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SKU: ZAMI01A
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