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The Zamberlan 325 Cornell Lite GTX is a men’s hiking shoe that offers support and cushioning and is recommended for hiking, leisure and travel.

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Description

The Zamberlan 325 Cornell Lite GTX is a men’s walking shoe that offers support and cushioning and is recommended for hiking, leisure and travel. This walking shoe falls under the category A walking shoes, which means that it is a light, flexible shoe. The shoes are very comfortable to wear and are therefore ideal to wear while traveling.

The outer material of the Cornell Lite is made of Hydrobloc® Suede. The shoe has a Gore-Tex lining, which ensures that it is waterproof. The Vibram Fuga outsole provides unparalleled grip, even on wet surfaces.

Product specifications

  • Breathable
  • Waterproof
  • Weight (pair): 900 grams
  • Category A
  • Materials: suede, Gore-Tex
  • Outsole: Vibram

Material

suede

The outer material of the Zamberlan 325 is made of suede. Suede comes from the base of the animal hide. It has a velvety appearance and a soft feel. Suede can be waxed, but it can also be left untreated.

GORE-TEX®

The Zamberlan 325 contains a GORE-TEX® membrane. The GORE-TEX® membrane ensures that these hiking boots are waterproof, but breathable. This keeps your feet dry while walking.

outsole

Like many hiking boots, the Cornell Lite GTX has a VIBRAM® outsole. Vibram soles are known for their high quality and durability and are therefore often used in hiking boots. These soles ensure a good settlement of the foot. The profile of the sole has been developed in such a way that it provides good grip on different surfaces. In addition, the profile of the sole is self-cleaning. This means that the sole does not retain mud and soil. Because Vibram soles are durable, they last longer than other soles.

Maintenance

To ensure that your hiking boots last as long as possible, it is important that you maintain your hiking boots properly. Would you like to know more about how to best maintain the Cornell Lite GTX? Then read our page: ‘How do I maintain my hiking boots?’ .

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