Zamberlan Extinguisher II WLF Hiking Shoe - Men's


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The 5020 Extinguisher II WLF is Zamberlan's second iteration of Wildland Firefighting boot boasting important structural improvements over past designs. Designed from the ground-up to be NFPA compliant while also being built for the mountain and the rigors of today's Wildland Firefighter. The Extinguisher is remarkably lightweight, completely fire-resistant, and more comfortable than any other WLF boot on the market.
  • Outsole treads are rugged and built for a variety of mountain terrain. 8" boot height. Zamberlan Hydrobloc Perwanger split-grain leather uppers are naturally fire-resistant and also serve to reduce the weight of the total weight of the boot. Leathers are pre-treated using Zamberlan's proprietary Hydrobloc technology. Highly specialized Italian Perwanger leathers are among the most durable in the industry
  • Nomex fabrics are used on the upper as they are fire-resistant and contribute to greatly reducing the overall weight of the boot. Kevlar-reinforced, fire-resistant laces on top of additional stitch patterns throughout the boot contribute to reduce the probability of boot failure and adhere to NFPA standards.
  • Similar to models in Zamberlan's backpacking line, the Extinguisher is "out of the box" comfortable. The Extinguisher is board lasted for a precise yet comfortable fit using Zamberlan's famous ZBPK last, the same as in the highly regarded 996 Vioz GTX. This allows for maximum sensitivity, greater performance, and enduring comfort during long days on the mountain and is time-tested and proven as one of the very best fits in the industry
  • The boots are lined with a polyester mesh fabric to allow for maximum breathability in hot environments. This product is not generally resolable due to the side-stitching sole application system but can be rebuilt by a specialized cobbler. Made in Italy

Sku: zbl-m-eiwhs-blk-12

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