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  • Carr’s Billington Safety’s latest offering: Zamberlan® Forestry & Safety Boots

    This month sees the addition of renowned Italian brand Zamberlan® to the comprehensive Carr’s Billington Safety portfolio. This exciting development extends the distributer’s offering and sees real innovation to the Forestry Boot Category. As chainsaw technology continues to evolve, Carr’s Billington Safety recognises the significance of this partnership and its timely introduction. The inclusion of Zamberlan® products underscores the distributer’s commitment to providing top-tier solutions that meet the evolving needs of forestry professionals.


    The Italian made Forestry Boots start at Cut Level 2. All boots within this range come as standard with S3 composite midsoles, Gore-Tex® technology, Vibram® Outsoles, and the option of the innovative BOA® Lacing system in the Delimber model. Recognising the pivotal role of weight in boot selection, the flagship, Logger Pro GXT RR not only provides Cut Level 3 protection and S3 composite midsoles but also impressively weighs in at 1000 g.


    For competition tree climbers, Zamberlan have included their Treelogy climbing shoe which boast’s their patented PULL UP System (with a tensile strength of up to 120 kg) and compatible with the Haas Velox Clip & Go System and features a Gore-Tex® membrane and Vibram® Mega Grip® Outsole.




    With its headquarters in the Italian Dolomites, Zamberlan® has over 90 years of heritage in crafting the finest mountain and safety footwear. The brand's enduring success is attributed to the family's continued hands-on management, supported by a skilled team of experienced footwear technicians.


    Carr’s Billington Safety’s Commercial Manager Neil Thomas said: “We have been patiently working for a while now on several projects were bringing innovation and technology to the market has been our core focus. We are delighted to be partnering in the UK with Zamberlan® Forestry and Safety Boots as they tick both these boxes.”

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