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Zamberlan® Virtex GTX boot has been reviewed by Outdoors Magic

Zamberlan® Virtex GTX boot, the special makeup designed for the UK market, has been reviewed by Outdoors Magic as one of the Outdoors 100 products. Specifically appealing to the UK hillwalking market, Virtex GTX has been featured for its durable leather build, and waterproof protection.

25/07/2019

Virtex GTX boot reviewed by Outdoors Magic

Zamberlan® Virtex GTX boot, the special makeup designed for the UK market, has been reviewed by Outdoors Magic as one of the Outdoors 100 products. Specifically appealing to the UK hillwalking market, Virtex GTX has been featured for its durable leather build, and waterproof protection. The needs of UK hillwalkers are simple; they generally tend to lean towards durable, waterproof boots that provide all-day comfort. They also gravitate towards the kind of boot that they’d be able to pull every weekend in all but the most wintery conditions. To top it all off, they appreciate when the price is on the right side of £200. The Zamberlan® Virtex GTX satisfies all these requirements. “With an upper built from a mixture of super-tough Hydrobloc® leather, Zamberlan’s latest offering, the Virtex GTX, is a really high-quality, durable walking boot. In previous versions of the Virtex, we used Cordura® in the certain section around the ankle, but with this iteration, we’ve gone for a complete covering of full-grain leather, with a Gore-Tex lining underneath for when you inevitably find yourself plodding through a bog, and then a dependable rubber toe bumper.”

Virtex GTX: what the tester says

Ieuan Barrett, outdoor photographer, tested our product for Outdoors Magic. Here what he said:
“These have been great to hike in. They’ve got just the right amount of sturdiness underfoot and at the ankle without feeling too stiff for big mileage. The slight heel arch and amount of cushioning both really contribute to their all-round comfort as well. They’ve definitely been suited to the hiking I’ve been doing in the wet conditions of the Brecon Beacons.”

Read the full review.