The boot is, the sole isn't.
Like I've said before, I use my boots during fall/winter, on 90% asphalt, which is what I expected the boot to be able to handle, I didn't feel like it could.
Can't believe I missed this. The guy would rather have a company lie to him than have a reasonable communication. Amazing.
Sorry to revive an old thread, well.. not too terribly old but I do have a few questions.
I recently just bought the Roccia Vet, with the soles that I fear may kill me in a sense (however they are comfortable to walk in and support my ankle and knee issue quite well) so I'm not questioning the design as I know the intent for it. I now know there is another site for the 'hiking' style soles but I am curious as others have mentioned to having theirs 're-soled'
1. How do I go about obtaining one of the 'hiking style soles' (if this is possible)
2. I guess I don't have a 2.... just #1.
Oh, I'm also in the US.. so.... I'm sure that may present a fun challenge somehow.
Or should I rather go with these instead http://www.buttero.it/en/BROWN-LEATHER-ANKLE-BOOTS-WITH-VIBRAM-SOLE.html?RwDet=true&articoli_ID=436&language=1 ?