DOLOMITE Velocissima Gear News

Dolomite presents the new entry for summer 2021: Velocissima. An Italian-made shoe that ably combines over a century of artisanal skills at Dolomite with the very latest construction technology, striking the perfect balance between climbing and trekking, tradition and innovation, performance and Italian style.

Dolomite is proud to announce that Velocissima won the prestigious ISPO Award 2021 – Winner in the Hiking & Trekking Shoes category. (The ISPO Award has for years established itself internationally as a trend-setting award for outstanding products).


Technical approach to climbing walls

The upper is made using the textile technology of Perspair®, which weaves "superfibres" directly into the loom. This ensures an incredible lightness and abrasion resistance, and is fully seam-free, wrapping the foot comfortably and enabling you to give your top performance.

Now construction methods such as "double lasting" enhance the shoe, giving greater resistance in the toe and a more precise and controlled fit. The elasticised fabric tongue and the lacing system also help to wrap the foot comfortably.

An all-in-one model suitable for a range of activities, thanks above all to the brand new Dolomite Crossover soles with MegaGrip compound, created by Vibram®. The meeting point between friction and grip. High performance on both wet and dry surfaces, and unbeatable adaptability to the terrain, thanks to the original CARRARMATO design by Vibram®. The sole also features a "climbing zone", offering maximum grip and excellent performance when climbing .

Velocissima is a shoe of superb quality, modern, multi-purpose, comfortable, light and sturdy, thanks to its skilfully combined components. A veritable gem ready to be put to the test, in versions for both men and women. Available also in the version with GORE-TEX lining.

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