- Crispi Crossbow Frame provides increased stability and ankle support
- Gore Tex Performance waterproofing
- Vibram rubber sole
- Wrapping Fastening System for a perfect foot position and anatomical wrapping
The Dakota GTX is a rugged boot perfect for long trips on all types of terrain. The Dakota is constructed with all of the technologies that set our boots apart. including WFW (Wave Wrapping Frame) technology, Super Grip out-soles that provide traction on any terrain, and the CCF Crispi Crossbow Frame which provides increased stability and ABSS ankle support system for added comfort and protection. This non-insulated boot uses a Gore-Tex lining making it fully waterproof and extremely breathable. The PU coated leather rand is stitched on to prevent peeling in rocky terrain.
The W.F.W., Wrapping Frame Work, system developed by CRISPI is a structural over injection of a plastic polymer fused on the external part of the upper. This fusion becomes part of the shoe design. Technical Features: • Structural solidity • Lightness and comfort • Protection against external impacts • Increasing of transpiration thanks to the “Breathable areas” • Wrapping Fastening System for a perfect foot position and anatomical wrapping • Structural support on walking phase.
C.C.F. Crispi Crossbow Frame brings an innovation on the shock absorbing system sole by associating the request of stability, comfort and technology in a high quality product. This insert made in plastic material follows a particular form in a waving module which offers a perfect stability, sustaining the foot and, at the same time, absorbing the shocks during the walk.
A.B.S.S. (Ankle Bone Support System). A.B.S.S. revolutionizes the comfort and protection of the entire ankle area thanks to a combination of innovative materials that allow the footwear to contour gently your ankle. This system offers outstanding sprain protection even on the roughest terrain whilst supporting the ankle in all conditions, thus limiting fatigue on the lower joints even after very long walks.