Zamberlan

Zamberlan creates some of the most elite, comfortable and high quality mountain footwear on the planet. The Italian company is a family-run business that started as far back as 1929. Giuseppe Zamberlan started created new footwear to tackle his local mountain range, the Picolle Dolomiti. The Italian business grew rapidly, supporting the work of Vitale Bramani (Founder of rubber sole manufacturer ‘Vibram').

Today, Zamberlan is still a family business headed by the third generation Marco and Maria Zamberlan. They continue to operate from Italy, but now export to more than 40 countries and their products are seen on the pages of outdoor magazines, often winning awards. The shoes are still tested in the same mountains their grandfather Giuseppe introduced them to, ensuring that each Zamberlan product is released with a genuine enthusiasm, knowledge and purpose to ensure you find your feet in the mountains.

Zamberlan

Zamberlan creates some of the most elite, comfortable and high quality mountain footwear on the planet. The Italian company is a family-run business that started as far back as 1929. Giuseppe Zamberlan started created new footwear to tackle his local mountain range, the Picolle Dolomiti. The Italian business grew rapidly, supporting the work of Vitale Bramani (Founder of rubber sole manufacturer ‘Vibram').

Today, Zamberlan is still a family business headed by the third generation Marco and Maria Zamberlan. They continue to operate from Italy, but now export to more than 40 countries and their products are seen on the pages of outdoor magazines, often winning awards. The shoes are still tested in the same mountains their grandfather Giuseppe introduced them to, ensuring that each Zamberlan product is released with a genuine enthusiasm, knowledge and purpose to ensure you find your feet in the mountains.


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