A comfortable trekking boot with a universal fit. Blikk Perform GTX® provides good support in various terrain. The GORE-TEX membrane lining makes the boot waterproof and breathable. The double lock system simplifies individual adjustment. The Vibram® outsole provides support and good grip.
With breathable, wicking materials, the Performance Comfort technology is designed to maximize end-use comfort in a wide range of conditions and outdoor activities. The Performance Comfort technology is mainly found in Alfa's Mountain, Hiking and Hunting boots.
A suede skin with surface treatment that provides good water repellent and breathable properties.
Vibram®-soles aim to guarantee high performance, comfort and quality over time. These goals are met by conducting Vibram® lab-tests and real life testing with the Alfa Test Team.
Shock absorbing midsole with low specific weight, where cushioning and stability are adapted to the shoe’s intended field of application.
An anatomically crafted insole that keeps your feet dry and comfortable in breathable materials with great absorption. The foam construction provides shock absorption, comfort and relief for tired feet. The antibacterial surface also helps prevents odor.
This moisture absorbent l-board with insulation features, keeps your feet dry and comfortable.
Narrow width and stable fit provides complete control, while the round heel shape reduces the risk of blisters
Toe and heel protection that provides extra durability and extends the shoe life.
In order to adapt the boot individually, ALFA has chosen to use two sets of locking hooks. This way you can lock the laces over the foot’s brigde, adjust the laces over the ankle's bending point, and then tighten and lock before tightening the shaft itself.
ALFA uses only impregnated laces to prevent them from drawing, according to the GORE-TEX standard.
Place a paper close to the wall and with bare feet place the foot on the paper, with your heel to the wall. Since it is important to stand up straight, preferably have someone help you draw a line in front of the longest toe. Remember to measure both feet as they might not be identical. With a ruler, confirm the measurement in centimeters and add additional space according to the list below.
Hunting and Hiking
Note that this method is purely intended as a guideline.