The Fremington Lady Lite

2-3 Season Ladies Walking Boot

The Fremington Lady Lite

2-3 Season Ladies Walking Boot

The Fremington Lady Lite is a classic British design 2-3 season walking boot, ideal for use on footpaths and hills, typical English mixed terrain.

The ankle cuff is nubuck dual density cushioning – softer on the inside for comfort, and firmer on the outside for support.

The midsole is 2-3 season, ideal for mixed terrain.  The classic design of the Fremington Lady Lite has evolved to meet the needs of the British climate and the wide range of terrain that goes to make the English countryside unique.


Vibram have discontinued the sole (Werewolf) we have been using on the Fremington Hiking Boot, and at present they do not have a replacement. As a temporary measure you will find a different sole and rand (Vibram Masai) on some sizes of Fremington where we no longer have stock of Werewolf. The sole Vibram Masai is tried and tested and we use it on our more expensive boots, e.g. Tethera.

LeatherNappone 1.6-1.8mm, soft, supple full grain, water repellent – first grade European hides

Lining: Sympatex®, waterproof, breathable membrane lining

Midsole: 2-3 season, multi terrain

Sole: Vibram® Werewolf PU/rubber – mixed terrain sole, shock absorbing PU layer between rubber outsole and foot (CHANGE OF SOLE - see description for change of sole details)

Sizes: 3-8.5 (inc ½ sizes)

Widths: 5 widths – XN, N, Med, W, XW

Weight: 584gms (size 6)

Height: 12.8cms (size 6, including heel)

Leder-Gris Original or Leder-Glӧs® High Shine

Colour – MOD Brown or Clear

Apply with a brush

After 1 minute, brush vigorously with same brush

Leather does not have to be completely dry before applying Leder-Gris. Leder-Gris may still be applied when leather is a little damp

If leather is constantly going through a cycle of wet and dry, or if there are signs of ‘leather hardening’, which can lead to ‘flex cracking’ – apply an occasional, ‘one-off’ treatment of Leder-Gris Xtreme

All Altberg boots can be resoled at the factory, using the original lasts.  It is very important that resoling is carried out on the original lasts – the last helps the boot keep it’s shape, and correct fitting during the resole process.  It also enables the new sole to be pressed correctly, so the bonding of the sole to the upper takes place evenly over the whole of the sole and the sole edge.

For full details of the factory resole service, contact your Altberg Premier Retailer.