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Count on the durable Zamberlan Women's 310 Skill GT Boot to provide you the comfort and support you need during your day hike in Glacier National Park. Designed for trekking and hiking, the 310 Skill GT features a waterproof breathable Gore-Tex lining, Hydrobloc full grain leather, a Z-Comfort footbed, and a Vibram sole all to ensure stability and comfort on rough terrain.

  • Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex membrane and Hydrobloc full grain leather ensure your toes stay comfortable and dry while trekking through muddy, wet, or snowy conditions
  • Perforated leather lining in the heel and ankle areas and one-piece leather tongue and gusset grip the foot snugly for a secure fit
  • A Z-Comfort fit footbed provides comfort, support, and stability while you hike
  • A high-performance midsole ensures superb stability and torsional rigidity on sketchy terrain
  • ZCS technology helps reduce impact by using different types of shock-absorbing materials with high cushioning and stabilizing effects
  • Vibram L.H.0.7 sole has moderately gauged lugging to ensure stability while you traverse sketchy terrain and comfort on flat areas
  • Hand-crafted in Italy
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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When I first bought these boots I was thrilled with the design and the high ratings that they have (look around online, most people swear by these boots). I was initially concerned that they didn't have any rubber reinforcement around the toe but I loved the seamless, all-leather design and they felt super comfortable in the store so I went for it.

I had no problems with them during the break-in period and I was hopeful that these boots would last me several year. Once I took them out on my first back-packing trip I started to get concerned, though. I was only out for a week and the lack of reinforcement really started to show on the leather. Additionally they were giving me hot-spots, which is unusual but I figured could be due to needing more breaking in.

When I got out of the field I used the whole Nikwax set to clean and re-waterproof them before my next trip but it didn't seem to to much good. Shortly afterwards I went on a two week trip and once again they were scratched and dinged up within a couple of days. This trip they started giving me full on blisters too which is not normal for me (I have gone a month back-packing in rented plastic mountaineering boots and didn't have any problems with blisters). I had them all over my Achilles tendon, on my pinky toes and even on the tops of my feet from the shape of the tongue of the shoe.

I was sad to return these boots after only six months, and I might have given them more time to try and break them in if they hadn't gotten beat-up so quickly.

I should note that I was using these boots in snow, burn areas, and for rock-climbing and scrambling so I probably gave them more wear than the average user. I suspect that these would be great for the occasional, on-trail hike or back-packing trip but they just won't last if you use them constantly in harsher conditions.