Zamberlan 105 Parrot RR Approach Shoe

Specs

men's
Weight 440 g

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Zamberlan's Men's 105 Parrot RR Approach Shoe page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Zamberlan's 105 Parrot RR approach shoe is made with comfort for everyday use as well as quick, but skilled precision for technical use. It is lightweight, durable and technically proficient.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

Picture yourself in the granitic paradise of Desolation Wilderness in CA. Youre on a long overnight hike up to Pyramid Peak where youll be scrambling and doing easy climbs with your friends. Youll want an approach shoe that has excellent, sticky traction on rocks and trails. The Zamberlan Men's 105 Parrot RR Approach Shoe has a Vibram Tech Approach rubber sole to maximize grip and a technical lacing system to allow your foot to feel the terrain. A leather upper is soft yet supportive and wraps your foot in water-resistant comfort lined with Microtex polyester for cushion and moisture wicking. A rubber toe rand and heel counter protect against abrasion. Lightweight, durable and technically proficient, the beautiful Zamberlan 105 Parrot RR Approach Shoes for men will keep your feet cool while you play Mountain Goat on your summer trip in the Sierras.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Zamberlan 105 Parrot RR Approach Shoe

previously retailed for:
$41.98 - $120.00

The Zamberlan 105 Parrot RR Approach Shoe is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 1, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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