Who should buy the Zamberlan 1996 Vioz Lux GTX RR
The Zamberlan 1996 Vioz Lux GTX RR is an ideal choice for those who are:
- looking for long-lasting comfort and protection during backcountry excursions
- looking for durable cushioning that can withstand tricky terrain.
- looking for a pair of backpacking boots that offers protection on harsh outdoor elements.
1996 Vioz Lux GTX RR from Zamberlan carries a Vibram 3D outsole
The Vibram 3D rubber outsole of the 1996 Vioz Lux GTX RR from Zamberlan is designed with pronounced lugs. This design enables it to anchor to virtually all types of terrain.
The aggressive chevron-like lugs at the forefoot yield 360-degree traction. The steep heel undercut boosts the boot’s braking power in steep descents. The sole extends upwards at the front that gives a decent amount of protection.
Zamberlan’s 1996 Vioz Lux GTX RR carries a sturdy midsole
This sturdy leather trail boot from Zamberlan employs a polyurethane (PU) midsole. This is a hardwearing material that provides durable cushioning. Its high resilience makes it resistant to constant compression, thus rendering long-lasting comfort. A solid TPU plate yields arch support and torsional rigidity, preventing ankle twisting.
Zamberlan designed the 1996 Vioz Lux GTX RR with durable leather upper
The upper of this Zamberlan backpacking boot uses a hardwearing waxed Tuscan full-grain leather. Thanks to the Hydrobloc treatment, the water-repellency and durability of this material are enhanced.
Its interior is lined with a Gore-Tex Performance Comfort laminate that grants a waterproof, breathable and moderately insulated feel.
Zamberlan-owned Flex System for comfort
For enhanced comfort, it carries the brand’s very own ZFS or the Zamberlan Flex System. This feature allows the boot to flex easily without sacrificing support. Its collar is lined with calf-leather to optimize comfort.
The 1996 Vioz Lux GTX RR has a PU-coated rubber toe rand that adds protection and boosts sturdiness.
Its closure system employs high-resistance treated hardware.