Zamberlan 230 SH Crosser Plus GTX RR
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The Zamberlan 230 SH Crosser Plus GTX RR boot is an excellent light-weight and supportive backpacking and hiking boot for on and off trail use.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
A great choice for day hikes and multiday adventures, the Zamberlan 230 SH Crosser Plus GTX RR hiking boots are lightweight and responsive, yet offer amazing stability and protection,
- REI refers to the men's version
Backpacker magazine awarded the Zamberlan 230 SH Crosser Plus GTX RR boots an Editors' Choice, for 2013, because they strike the best balance of weight savings, ankle support, and heavy-duty load-worthiness. The premium components and flawless construction elevate this boot to top of the footwear hierarchy.-- Mid-high Cordura nylon uppers with thermoplastic urethane overlays for support and protection; Kevlar rands protect protect fabric from sharp rocks-- Gore-Tex(R) waterproof liners keep feet dry and comfortable-- Dual-density EVA midsoles and nylon shanks provide support and stability-- VIBRAM(R) Speed Hiking sole gives traction, control, torsional stiffness and shock absorption
- OMCgear refers to the men's version
You can't help it. You get excited when you're on the trail, and you pick up speed until you're moving over the rocks and dirt like a hovercraft, only faster. You wear the Zamberlan Women's SH Crosser Plus GTX RR Hiking Boot, because it's so light yet strong and cushy yet stable that it doesn't slow you down, but it does keep you quick and happy. The Gore-Tex lining gives you waterproof, breathable protection against wet weather and when creek-hopping. The up-to-the-toe lace and Lycra tongue give you a precision fit for efficiency and comfort, while EVA cushion and TPU support cut the impact and add stability. An added heel counter support has your back when the terrain gets wonky. And the dual-density rubber Vibram sole is ready for quick turns on slick rocks thanks to multidirectional lugs and big, self-cleaning grooves. Zig-zag your heart out.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version