Description: Zamberlan 3050 Torre GT RR Boots
The Zamberlan 3050 Torre GT RR boots are the perfect boots for lightweight mountaineering or heavy duty backpacking. They are suitable for hiking at high elevations, ice climbing, and glacier climbing. Made with a Hydrobloc leather upper and Gore-Tex® lining, these boots are designed to keep your feet dry in any weather conditions. The boot has an all around rubber rand to increase protection, while microfiber and Cordura panels reduce water absorption and weight. A Vibran Teton outsole provides traction and durability, and the boots can also be used with the Zamberlan P.C.S. Professional Crampon System for more extreme icy conditions. This system works with multiple types of crampons, so you can use the boots in a variety of icy conditions. The toe and heel are made from thermoplastic for extra foot protection and comfort. Top quality lacing hardware provides a perfect custom fit. Made with the "Zamberlan Air System" the boots have enough cushion to provide comfort throughout long periods of activity. The Zamberlan® Z-Thermo Footbed also provides comfort and keeps your feet warm as you walk on frozen surfaces.
Features of the Zamberlan 3050 Torre GT RR Boots
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Zamberlan 3050 Torre GT RR Boots
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QUESTION SUBMITTED BY: gva 1/18/2014
"I have the EU 45 size of Zamberlan 3050 Torre GT. Is it size US man 10H?"
USOUTDOOR.com responded on 1/20/2014
They will get you there!
REVIEWED BY: KEN 2013-05-23
"I like to get on the top of things and my Zamberlan boots make it a lot easier. Awesome boots for high elevation hiking on glaciers, on ice and rough rocky terrain. Keep feet protected and warm from the harsh elements of mountaineering. Comfortable fit. Top notch traction. Very pleased with my purchase. Getting stoked to hit a peak. "