The engineering of the lasts and the Zamberlan® footwear construction take into account all the anatomical aspects of the foot: an investment for your feet.

Zamberlan® engineered and created different lasts based on the specific end use and on the anatomical characteristics of the foot.

As a rule, they are all comfortable, not too long and have a good volume.

To ensure the boot will take and maintain the shape for a long time, Zamberlan® developed the Foot Wrapping Last Process.

The foot plays an important role in supporting the weight of the entire body and in locomotion.
The bones of the foot are arched longitudinally to help facilitate the support function. The transverse arch helps with movements of the foot.

These movements help keep the sole (plantar surface) in contact with the ground despite the unevenness of the ground surface.

They also work in concert with the ankle joint tto help propel the foot off the ground during the tow off portion of the gait cycle.

The engineering of the lasts and the Zamberlan® footwear construction take into account all the anatomical aspects of the foot: an investment for your feet.

Zamberlan® engineered and created different lasts based on the specific end use and on the anatomical characteristics of the foot.