1/2 price Zamberlan Hiking Boots (mens) £86 @ Uttingsoutdoors.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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These retail for £160. Zamberlan are good quality Italian made boots

Lots of sizes available.

http://www.uttingsoutdoors.co.uk/Product/783/107094/zamberlan-975-canyon-gt-rr-grey/

Good jpg here http://www.arms-cz.cz/images/armscz_ZBOMAT/60112304.jpg

Vibram sole details here: http://www.vibram.us/catalog/PDFs/1375.pdf

Also Forest GT style for half price http://www.uttingsoutdoors.co.uk/Product/783/107095/zamberlan-984-forest-gt-dark-brown/

good jpg here http://www.arms-cz.cz/images/armscz_ZBOMAT/60112303.jpg


UPPER: NABUK HYDROBLOC ®
UPPER PROTECTION: RRS "RUBBER PROTECTION SYSTEM"
HARDWARE: HRT HIGH RESISTANCE TREATMENT
LACING: FWS "FOOT WRAPPING SYSTEM"
LINING: GORE-TEX ®
INSOLE: Plant ZAMBERLAN ®
PADDING: ZAS - ZAMBERLAN AIR SYSTEM
INSOLE: ZAMBERLAN FLEX GT
TOE AND HEEL: THERMOPLASTIC
SOLE: Vibram ® BIFIDA
CONSTRUCTION: GTX bootee
WOMEN'S VERSION: WOMEN'S VERSION NOT AVAILABLE
CARE AND MAINTENANCE: HYDROBLOC ® SPRAY CONDITIONER
COLOUR: GREY Waxed

Description:
Company: Shoes Zamberlan
High boot with GORE-TEX ® membrane, treated nubuck leather Hydrobloc ® suitable for hunting in mountain environments. Vibram ® Bifida outsole provides good grip, durability and good shock absorption on the ground. The system ensures the upper RRS Zamberlan more protection from thorns and brambles. The balanced structure of the shoe provides good torsional rigidity, which ensures a good support when crossing the ridges, while respecting and support the natural flex of the foot.
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#1
this make is very thin fitting with them being italian
#2
you've clearly qualifications in cobblers, with them being italian
#3
tfish
this make is very thin fitting with them being italian


They look like walking boots to me, not high-fashion footwear...I'm not sure whether that remark is stereotypical or informed. :|
#4
Lupeto
tfish
this make is very thin fitting with them being italian


They look like walking boots to me, not high-fashion footwear...I'm not sure whether that remark is stereotypical or informed. :|


AIUI continental walking boots, compared to UK fit, tend to be narrow fitting. I have never tried Zamberlan though they are highly rated.

I still love my Brasher boots I got cheap some years ago and they still work well, they have a lovely wide fit that suits me.

I would recommend always trying footwear in a shop even if you make your excuses and then go and buy on-line.
#5
Zamberlan are top draw footwear - I still have a pair I bought in 1990!!! They have several thousand miles on the clock but still waterproof and so comfortable for summer mountain use.
#6
The left and right boot will get confused as they wont know which side they are on, 'with them being italian'
#7
I own Scarpa boots which are Italian and they're not slim fitting at all. My feet are really wide but they fit perfectly. But it is always difficult to know unless you try then on first. When I bought my Scarpa Nepal's I bought two different sizes and sold the other pair on ebay for a small profit.

The scree protector on boots is great it you do a a lot of munro/mountain walking because they protect the boot and your toes from small to medium sized rocks.
#8
Hot deal by the way.
#9
carleast
I own Scarpa boots which are Italian and they're not slim fitting at all. My feet are really wide but they fit perfectly. But it is always difficult to know unless you try then on first. When I bought my Scarpa Nepal's I bought two different sizes and sold the other pair on ebay for a small profit.
Exactly the same with me. I have relatively wide feet and I tried on dozens of boots, but the best fit were Scarpa Nepals. I am not sure if all Scarpa boots are wide, but the last on the Nepals definitely is.
#10
I have a pair of Scarpa Tektonics from 1986, still going strong.

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