Trophy has been recommended as Best Buy by the Norwegian magazine Villmarksliv as far back as 2010 and is still the best. Recently, in May 2019, Villmarksliv once again voted Trophy Best In Test. “We have tested these earlier, with great success. We struggle to find other models that can provide the same total package regarding tough use such as hiking and hunting” says John Arne Tungen from Villmarksliv. There are triple layers of rubber for stability and durability in the foot area. With its high leg, this boot is designed for the most demanding users like hunters and herdsmen who are out in the mountains all day. Trophy is equipped with Vikings unique UGC® sole, a rugged outer sole with multidirectional lugs, even in the sole arch area, for perfect grip in the outdoors. The boot is equipped with an adjustable gusset at the leg for individual fitting. Trophy has a low density rubber compound which gives much lighter boots without compromising durability or stability. There is hard wearing and quick drying polyester lining in the shaft. A moulded EVA inlay sole with cushioning in the heel makes it comfortable for long walks. The inlay sole is removable for easy drying. Trophy is handmade in natural rubber. Fit: Normal shaft and ankle, spacious foot area. The boot is PVC free and vegan.
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