The Jorvic Trail Military shoe has been designed for use by support staff and other military personell.
The shoe upper is made from one piece of full grain water repellent leather, which is soft and supple to provide all day comfort.
The sole is Vibram® rubber combined to a lightweight micro midlayer, the same as used in our military boots, but more flexible in keeping with shoe characteristics. The support is excellent which helps reduce foot fatigue.
The heel is lined with top uality soft comfortable leather, and the forefoot is lined with an open mesh fabric (spacer mesh) which is ultra breathable and has zero moisture retention.
NOTE: With soft leather boots - follow the instructions in the Altberg bootcare user guide. For more information click on the User Guide logo.
||SFit available – this is a specific shoe last (different to a boot last). Fitting characteristics are similar to AForme boot last, but slightly less volume to allow for a thinner sock, for summer hikes or urban use. See additional information on size and fitting advice at the bottom of this page or click on the SFit logo.
||Made to order - 4-14 UK (inc ½ sizes)
||1.8mm Nida Hydro full grain soft supple, water repellent leather - M.O.D. Brown
||Heel - leather, soft, supple, absorbent. Forefoot - spacer mesh, ultra breathable, zero moisture retention
Tri-Flex® 1-2 season, flexible shoe midsole, with good torsional resistance for heel and ankle support
Vibram® Masai rubber sole and lightweight, shock absorbing midlayer, ideal for tabbing and running
||540gms (size 9)
||12.5cms (size 9 including heel)
||Jorvic Airtech Grey for further information click here
SIZE & FITTING ADVICE
The SFit last (footshape) has similar characteristics to the Altberg AForme last, but has slightly less volume with a lower instep, in line with classic shoe last (footshape) design, and is more suitable for shoe fitting where a medium or a thinner sock may be used. The shape is asymmetrical with good toe depth and the heel is slightly more curved, a typical 'shoe heel curve', which is different to the classic 'boot heel curve'.