Waterproof and insulating layer construction with unique breathability, for added comfort.
Revolutionary outsole with superior grip on both wet and dry surfaces.
Durable and lightweight nylon fiber in Riptop construction.
A durable shoe with a snug fit. The Ripstop fabric combined with GORE-TEX® membrane makes the shoe waterproof and breathable, offering comfort throughout the day. Reinforced toe, heel and sides increases durability. Shock absorbing EVA midsole and a soft Vibram® Grip A/P/S outsole ensures safe grip and torsional stability in both wet and dry conditions.
Durable, lightweight material with a thick reinforcement thread periodically woven into the fabric.
With highly breathable, hydrophobic materials, the Extended Comfort technology keeps water from penetrating the shoe while sweat evaporates from the inside. It is suitable for moderate to warm conditions and during higher activity levels. 100 % waterproof and highly breathable, it offers a dry and comfortable environment in higher temperatures and activity levels. The Extended Comfort technology is mainly to be found in a selection of Alfa's Hiking Low and Mid boots.
Grip APS is a custom-made sole, developed through Alfa's cooperation with Vibram®. The cleating is self-cleaning and provides optimum grip in our Hiking Mid and Hiking Low boots. Defined knobs provide great traction in uneven terrain and the defined sole edge ensures excellent grip on rocky surfaces. The heel definition increases downhill safety.
An anatomically designed insole in EVA. The foam construction provides shock absorption, comfort and relief for tired feet. The antibacterial surface prevents odor.
Extremely lightweight and shock absorbent.
A regular and stable fit provides complete control, while the round heel shape reduces the risk of blisters.
Toe and heel reinforcement adds durability and increases life span.
Alfa laces are impregnated to prevent water absorption.
An easy entry-loop on the back.
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.