ATTIBA Torino 82100 Ladies Apres Boot



Add to Wishlist
Add to Wishlist

These Attiba Torino Fur Cuff Women’s Après Snow Boot in black will be a worthy addition to your wardrobe on and off the ski resort in Australia and overseas for the international snow season. Whether you’re looking for a warm and stylish winter boot or you need something super secure on slippery conditions, this boot is the one for you.


  • Attibatex water resistant membrane with good water and wind-proofing qualities
  • Good breathability
  • OC Grip System technology
  • Thinsulate insulation for extra warmth
  • Extremely sturdy sole
  • Italian design, stylish on or off the slopes
  • Nylon techno upper and sole
  • Side zip, over the pant style
  • Multi-traction lugs to allow 360° traction
  • Perimetrical lugs for excellent stability
  • Engraved shark to provide arch support and better grip on uneven grounds
  • Asymetrical heel for natural touch-down
  • Undercut heel for secure braking
  • High profile cupsole for foot protection
  • Toe-bumper for front protection and front grip
  • ATTIBATEX models are manufactured with special 3 layers internal liner (membrane) that provides good protection against water, rain and snow.

ATTIBATEX products are equipped with water resistant membrane, the membrane covers only a large part of the entire surface of the shoe. Level of water resistance depends on use and on weather conditions where shoes are used.

Complete with the OC-System® anti-slip Rubber Outsole to keep you steady when walking in snow and ice.

Polyester – Polyurethane – Synthetic Fur (100% Polyester)
Comfort provided by padded shaft, which also provides warmth, during those cold winter days
Side zipper, which allows quickly getting it on and off
White warm synthetic wool lining for all day warmth and comfort
Attibatex Winter water resistant Membrane
Rubber Outsole with stainless studs to prevent slipping (patented Oc- system Tipper)
Height of boot (size 38): 30 cm
Weight 428 gr (1 foot of 38)
Strobel construction to give more flexibility during walking