Mammut Womens Nova Tour II High GTX Walking / Hiking Boots  £165.00


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Mammut Nova Tour II High GTX - Women's

Classic leather hiking boot with good grip.

The Nova Tour II High GTX® Women has no need to fear comparison with its male counterpart: the redesigned vibram® sole provides improved support and greater grip in the shoe for an optimum sure-footed step on day or multi-day hikes carrying a heavy load. The shoe also offers comfort and durability thanks to the sustainably produced terracare® leather. The combination of leather and GORE TEX provides dirt- and water-repellent properties. This model also features a female-specific last for maximum comfort. The design and combination of colors make the Nova Tour II High GTX® Women a feminine hiking shoe.

Features:

  • Material: Terracare® Nubuk leather – made in Germany
  • Lining: GORE-TEX Performance Comfort Footwear – GORE-TEX® tongue construction
  • Lace system: 2 Zone Lacing – Individual 2-zone lacing. Can be adjusted to person and situation
  • Sole: EVA wedge – Vibram® 4 Trek technology offers great grip for surefooted navigation, even on the roughest terrain.
  • 3D memo foam
  • Elastic GORE-TEX® tongue construction
  • Liquid Rubber Protection: Zones featuring Liquid Rubber reinforcements protect against abrasion and damage.
  • Flex index: A7
  • Cut: Basic
  • Board lasting

Terracare® Leather - responsibly made performance leather from one of Germany's oldest leather specialists, Josef Heinen, which uses environmentally and socially responsible production practices that are 100% transparent and meet high recycling quotas.

Fair Wear Foundation - Mammut strives to ensure fair and safe working conditions in all factories making its products. To systematically improve working conditions throughout its supply chain, Mammut was the first outdoor brand to join the Fair Wear Foundation.

Product Care:

Outdoor Footwear. They are made to get dirty, keeping your feet dry, comfortable and clean no matter how wet, challenging and grimy your adventure may be. But, unless they are properly cared for, boots and shoes may not last the distance you would hope. That’s why our expert team wanted to share with you their (literal) step-by-step guide to washing and caring for your outdoor footwear properly. Enjoy!

  • Step 1 - Laces off, insole out

For our example, we will use a “typical” outdoor boot that has two removable parts: the laces and the insole. To start with the cleaning, remove the laces and the insole from the main body of the shoe. These smaller parts can be thrown into a washing machine at 30° (wash cold 65-85F). We recommend tying the two ends of the laces together to form a single loop, as they can sometimes snake and get lost into the sides of washing machines. To dry, simply hang them on the line as you would any other piece of clothing – all easy so far.

Remember: machine washing is for laces and insoles. Shoe bodies themselves are best washed by hand. If the insole and/or laces are badly worn, you can purchase a replacement from a shoemaker or a specialist store. 

  • Step 2 - Brush the boot body and clap dirt off

Washing boots is a manual process. The main thing you need is a shoe brush and warm water. Dipping the brush in the water, scrub off the dirt and grime you can see with your eye. We recommend every so often clapping the boots together so that any caked-on debris that may be hidden also is dislodged - think how soccer players clean their boots after a game. Then clean the boots using running water. Don’t forget to clean the soles the same way.

  • Step 3 - Clean inside the boot with warm water

When the outside of the boot is clean, turn your attention inside the same way. Use the warm water to dislodge any dirt buildups and tap the shoe upside down to get them out. Cleaning in this way does not damage the lining of the shoe as many people believe but is the best way to make sure no build ups are happening that could, over time, wear through the shoe from the inside out. In the case of strong odor and extreme soiling, we recommend Nikwax's environmentally friendly water-based cleaning treatments.

Attention: Never use liquid detergents or fabric softeners. Wash the waterproof footwear in Nikwax non-detergent soap. Detergents can leave water-attractive residues that will not rinse out. If the boots are fairly new, or recently re-waterproofed with Nikwax Water-based waterproofing treatments, the Durable Water Repellency (DWR) will be revitalised just from cleaning. Nikwax Footwear Cleaning Gel will also remove contaminants, such as dirt and residues left behind by household detergents. Once footwear have been thoroughly used, you will need to add DWR using Nikwax waterproofers.

  • Step 4 - Dry with newspaper

As far as cleaning goes, that’s it! Likely your boots are now looking fantastic, however will be wet (especially on the inside). The best way to dry outdoor footwear is to stuff them with newspaper and leave them in the laundry room or similar space to dry upside down (with the opening face down) replacing the newspaper after a few hours to speed up the process. (In addition: when storing shoes after use, newspaper helps to prevent the formation of mold.)

Attention: Don’t speed up drying outdoor footwear by putting them on radiators or in the sun for example! Wait for them to dry themselves. Leather boots may become brittle and cracks could start to appear. Other materials are reactivated by high temperatures: this could result in detachment of part of the upper and painful deformations.

  • Step 5 - Waterproofing and drying

Always apply waterproofing treatments to outdoor footwear and follow the instructions shown on the product. We recommend Nikwax's environmentally friendly water-based waterproofing treatments, bearing in mind: The best time to apply a waterproofing treatment is a few hours after washing shoes, before they are completely dry. This is because with many boot materials, the pores are still open and so better to penetrate with the waterproofing. Leave the boots to dry for 24 hours.

Note: You don't need to re-waterproof every time you clean your footwear. Regular cleaning will enhance the performance of your footwear by removing water attracting (hydrophilic) dirt and other contaminants picked up when out and about. Cleaning using Nikwax Footwear Cleaning Gel will revitalise the Durable Water Repellency (DWR) of your footwear, causing water to bead on the outer surface. When Nikwax Footwear Cleaning Gel alone does not revitalise the DWR of your footwear it’s time to re-waterproof using the appropriate Nikwax footwear waterproofer.

  • Step 6 - Waxing – it’s worth it

An optional step but one we highly recommend is waxing of outdoor footwear made of leather. Always read the instructions before using the product. Use a sponge or cloth and apply liberally (including tongues). More frequent waterproofing is required for GORE-TEX® shoes and all models with textile edgings. In addition: some wax might change the color and texture of shoes, making them darker and shiny. However, this is an advantage for the shoe. You can roughen velours or suede again using light sandpaper.

Once done, retie laces, insert the insole and revel in your now thoroughly cleaned and adventure-ready outdoor boots.

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