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???Some day, my son, this will all be yours ...??? Usually, the patriarch in question is referring to empires, enterprises, or huge tracts of land, but he could also just as easily be talking about his Wegner Men???s San Rocco Hiking Boot. Top-of-the-line European craftsmanship endows this old-school boot with rare quality that will be prized by generations to come. Thanks to its ultra-durable Norwegian welt construction, you can be assured that the boot will outlive you and possibly your son, as well.

  • Norwegian welt construction means the uppers are stitched, not glued, to the sole; extreme durability and stability result
  • Top-quality Anfibio full-grain calf leather adds durability and lustrous beauty to the San Rocco
  • SwissDry waterproof breathable membrane ensures that your feet stay dry and comfortable
  • Vibram Montagna outsole offers excellent traction, long wear, and solid support
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New Backcountry Customer

    I recently purchased a pair of the San Rocco backpacking boots and they are everything I hoped they would be.
    I had a pair of old Lowa Cevedas that I purchased back in 1975. They finally wore out in 2000. I have been looking for a boot to replace them but I couldn't find them anywhere...until now.
    Top quality materials and construction will literally give you Decades of use in this boot. You will not be replacing these boots anytime soon.
    One important piece of knowledge, These boots will require a longer break-in period. So don't plan on any extended hikes until you break them in. These are old school boots for the person who is tired of replacing boots every couple of years.
    I normally wear a size ten (10) in boots and shoes. I ordered the 10.5 and I'm happy I did, otherwise I wouldn't be able to wear thick socks with them.
    I found the customer service rep. very professional and knowledgeable. I ordered them on November 15, 2011 and they were at my door on November 17th.

    New Customer

      After asking a lot of questions, and doing a lot of research, I decided to buy a pair of Italian hand made boots. Its very difficult to find an American source for many of the models I was interested in. I kept at it and finally, at backcountry.com, found the boot I was after. Gronell, contracted with Wenger of Switzerland, to build the San Rocco. Based on their Pasubio mountain boot, the San Rocco incorporates a european version of gore tex, a waterproof, breathable membrane. The boot is gusseted to the mid point, not all the way to the top. The boot is built with top quality materials, and features excellent craftsmanship. The footbed, and built up arch, are leather covered with fabric, and are quite hard. Immediately solved with an orthotic insert. Fit is comfortable, snug, and has an excellent heel cup, and roomy toe box. The boot fits true to size, and accommodates a thick wool hiking sock. I'm completely satisfied with this boot thus far. I ordered the boot 10/25, and selected the free shipping option, 5 to 7 days. The boot arrived 10/27.

      New Customer

      I just received San Rocco boots. They are...

      I just received San Rocco boots. They are awesome. I want another pair (9.5 US). When are you getting more of these?

      Unanswered Question

      I was wondering if the tongues of these...

      I was wondering if the tongues of these boots are fully gusseted, and if they are waterproof. Thanks for your help!

      Unanswered Question

      I was wondering if the tongues of these...

      I was wondering if the tongues of these boots are fully gusseted, and if they are waterproof. Thanks for your help!

      How still are the shanks? Are they more...

      How still are the shanks? Are they more like "Mountaineering" boots, or "Hiking" boots? I ask, as I am looking to use them more for casual trail walking than I am extreme backpacking or climbing. I would get something cheaper and more simple, but I just love the classic look of them too much!

      Where is it made in? Italy? Romania?

      Where is it made in? Italy? Romania?