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Zamberlan used old-world materials and construction to build the super-tough Baltoro RR Hiking Boot. That doesn't mean the Baltoro is old-fashioned. Its high-tech Vibram 3D sole is comprised of multiple layers, each designed to do its own specialized job. The result is a boot that provides maximum traction and reduces fatigue so you can crank out the miles like you never thought you could.

  • Hydrobloc waxed leather upper keeps your foot dry
  • Soft leather lining offers breathable comfort
  • Standard lacing is efficient and easy to repair if needed
  • Low-density polyurethane midsole absorbs shock and vibration to reduce fatigue over long distances
  • Vibram 3D sole is rockered to add energy to your step
  • Large contact areas at toe and heel gives you greater traction and stability
  • Toe bumper adds protection
  • Large grooves between lugs clear trail debris and mud
  • Large, deep lugs add traction, stability, and increase wear time
  • Undercut heel for better braking traction

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Solid boot, just not for me

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I bought these boots after having an old pair of montrail's fall apart on me (literally) while doing some work off trail. So, needless to say, I was looking for a rugged boot that could take some rough terrain. While the Baltoro is definitely rugged and durable, the ankle support is just not where it needs to be for a boot that can withstand rocky, uneven terrain. The boot's leather is great and mostly one piece, so there is very little stitching, which I like, and the traction from the vibram soles are adequate, although a bit soft. Comfort is excellent - the boots had very little break-in time and very rarely cause any pain in my feet. My main qualm and the reason I seek to exchange these for another pair, is the lack of ankle support. I have to tie the laces very very tight and still my ankle gives way around the top of the boot. For a boot of this price and construction, the ankle should be tighter and have more stiff upper support.

If anyone could recommend another boot in about this price range, with the same rugged durability, but with better ankle support, I would greatly appreciate it!

Are these boots still made in Italy?

Are these boots still made in Italy?