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For the forthcoming winter season, Dolomite presents Cinquantaquattro Trek Gtx, the hiking boot with an exquisitely heritage feel, drawing inspiration from traditional leather footwear for the mountains.
The upper in crazy horse leather is combined with a light, microporous Adula Vibram® sole that will absorb impact while also offering lightness and grip on all surfaces.
The GORE-TEX lining makes for excellent breathability and waterproofing, while the rubber rand ensures great protection from knocks and blows.
The DAS Light technology provides postural stability and comfort, even while walking.
The men's version is fastened using hooks, while the women's version does up with eyelets; the two metal fastening hooks hark back to traditional mountaineering footwear.
It is also available in a women's version, made using the "Perfecta" ergonomic last.
Comfort, durability and performance are combined in this shoe with a splendidly Italian design, a new "classic" that has already become an icon.
Steinbock WT GTX, the jewel in the crown of Dolomite's hiking section. A lightweight, high-performance shoe, perfect for one-day excursions or mountain trail walking. The ideal product for meeting every need and guaranteeing the best hiking experience...
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Scarpa R-Evo GTX
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Vango Breithorn Boots
The Breithorn's claim to fame is its affordability. So are they good enough to justify not spending more on a higher end walking boot? For some people yes, says Dan Bailey, but for others definitely no. It all depends what you want to do in them...
6 Aug, 2019
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