Women's trekking shoes ideal for hiking in the mountains or for leisure. The comfortable fit and footbed, the high quality of the materials and the technical features means that these trekking shoes for ladies can be used even on demanding trails and difficult terrain.

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    AMELIA GTX WNS - ZAMBERLAN Women Trekking Boots - Peacock



    ZAMBERLAN Women Trekking Boots

    £ 235,00

    331 AMELIA GTX are women's mountain boots designed for trekking; hiking and backpacking. These mountain boots for women are part of the new EPIC WOMEN collection; characterized by the new shape especially designed by Zamberlan for the female foot. The women who choose Amelia GTX trekking boots are determined and self-confident; and look for superior products that guarantee top performance. The Amelia GTX mountain boots feature an upper in soft and flexible leather; with Hydrobloc® water repellent treatment which; combined with the GORE-TEX Performance Comfort lining; ideal for outdoor activities in moderate temperatures; guarantees breathability and waterproofness; as well as excellent control of the internal microclimate. The Vibram® Multifilm outsole chosen for the Amelia GTX model; features a special design to ensure traction and self-cleaning. The front area of the outsole is called the climbing zone and is characterized by a design that enhances sensitivity and traction on rocks; while at the rear the enhanced heel ensures safe braking in case of need. The enhanced toe box provides top protection. Amelia GTX women's mountain boots are fitted with a double density PU wedge that guarantees cushioning; lightness and flexibility. Amelia GTX women's mountain boots were inspired by Amelia Edwards; a resourceful and wealthy English lady; who spent the summer of 1872 in the Dolomites; reaching inaccessible peaks and places through rocky and panoramic trails; guided by her great curiosity; inexhaustible enthusiasm and thirst for knowledge. She narrated her experience in her book; “Untrodden Peaks and Unfrequented Valleys: A Midsummer Ramble in the Dolomites”.