Martin Axewrote a review of Zamberlan Tofane NW GT RR Boot - Men's on January 3, 2017
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
I never realized how poorly I was treating my feet until I bought these boots. These are a little heavy, that's what you get with an all leather boot; but they are sturdy and very comfortable, also what you get with an all leather boot. These are wider than average boots at the toe. Which is great because while still snug when initially putting them on, they do allow your foot to expand. This is why I stated I was treating my feet poorly.
I switched to these from a pair of Asolo TPX boots, which are narrower. They were comfortable in the mornings, but at the end of the day I'd have some foot pain. The Asolos are still indestructible, but these are much better (for me at least). These aren't an E width, more like a D with a little room. I actually cannot wear my logger boots anymore, or my snow boots because my foot has changed shape so much at the toe. But I can walk farther and faster with less strain.
I've been wearing these daily since June 2016 (currently January 2017). The break in time was a week. I am a forester and these are my work boots. In the field, I average 6-12 miles of terrain a day. I should add I live and work in the southern Rocky Mountains, so you can imagine the variations in slope, wet, dry, and snowy conditions I contend with. And after I wear them them all week while cruising timber, I also strap these bad boys on to walk around downtown Durango.