Zamberlan 331 Amalia Gore-Tex Hiking Boots - Women's
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Durable and supportive, these backpacking boots have a GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort lining to keep your feet dry during creek crossings and wet weather. The Hydrobloc waxed Nubuck upper has a soft collar and gusset to allow natural movement of the foot while providing ankle support on rugged terrain. A low-density polyurethane midsole offers excellent shock absorption, and the Vibram Multifilm soles keep you from slipping on scree or gravel.
- Uppers are Hydrobloc waxed Nubuck leather for long-lasting durability and support.
- Waterproof-breathable GORE-TEX® membrane is thermo-sealed into a bootie, fixed to the upper and glued to the midsole.
- Cushioned leather cuff is comfortable and supportive.
- Flex panels improve ankle mobility for a more natural stride.
- Rubber toe cap adds protection from rocks and other trail debris.
- Dual-density polyurethane midsoles cushion feet for comfort and feel stiff and stable on rough terrain.
- Outsoles are Vibram® Multifilm rubber for traction in loose conditions.
|Upper material||Nubuck leather|
Rubber on the toe and around the boot improves durability. It can also increase grip while scrambling.
Waterproof shoes and boots feature a waterproof-breathable membrane and a gusseted tongue to help keep your feet dry in wet conditions.
How to measure
- Foot length
- Use a ruler to measure the tracing off your foot from the front of your longest toe to the back of your heel.