great boots, will not wear anything else. feet keep dry all day long no matter how wet you get them. hold up and wear good. would suggest getting superfeet insoles for them, n…
- Alex, 01/15/12
If there is only one piece of gear I could save from a fire, it would be by Asolo boots. I have hiked hundreds of miles in these boots, and they are built to last. They have…
- Jeremy, 01/27/12
I have been backpacking since 1975 and found the perfect boot for me 15 years ago, the Asolo 535. I then migrated to the Asolo 520 and Powermatic. I regret ever trending awa…
- John, 12/18/10
Heavy, Don't Breathe, Awesome Lacing System
I really wanted to want these. They're really hardcore.
BUT - since I'm a fair weather (summer) packer I need boots that breat…
- Sean, 04/25/10
got them a month ago and cant stop wearing them. they fit like a glove and still look and feel new even after too many miles on trails to count. easily just as good a boot as…
- tracy, 07/19/13
Very light weight and that's what I was looking for. While I'm a big Asolo boot fan, this boot needs an insole as the included insole is an embarrassment to Asolo and complet…
- Paul, 09/27/14
These boots are solid! For my break in hike, I climbed Mt. Rainier, worked amazingly well, never got wet even in sloppy snow starting at sunrise. Not entirely good for keeping…
- Jeremy, 02/12/12
I did Kilimanjaro and Mt. Everest Base Camp in these with no problems! Keeps feet warm and feels like you've had them forever as soon as you put them on! Great ankle support a…
- ART, 10/25/12
Awesome boot, I've worn it from Mount Washington, NH to Mount Rainier, WA and everything inbetween during the summer season and winter and they the hardest working boot out th…
- Jason, 04/23/07
I used Asolo 8000's to climb high on Aconcagua Mt. 2011, worked fine, good traction, fit me just about right, worked great with sabretooth crampons. Most important kept my fee…
- dave, 10/12/11
This review is based on the use of these boots in South East Alaska's climate. (Temps ranging from 0 deg F to 40 deg F, try the 8000's for colder temps). Liners broke in after…
- Matt, 12/04/10
Clarks Summit, PA
These are much nicer than the Scarpa invernos because they have a velcro inner boot. Much easier to get on and off, plus no inner lace keeper to bang up your shin. I have ma…
- WILLIAM, 03/28/10
These are cool boots but if you are looking at purchasing them, you must ask yourself one questions... "What will you be using them for?"... because they are not an all purpos…
- KENIN, 09/13/05
I've had these boots for almost a year now, and can confidently say that they are they best boots I've ever owned. I use them for climbing and backpacking in back-country remo…
- Stephen, 02/19/10
Prince William Sound, AK
Second pair of Asolo boots. First was the FSN which my son has adopted.
Fit was just like the FSN.
Expect to get MANY miles out of this pair.…
- William, 04/13/15
Yes the boot looks very stylish, feels amazingly comfortable right out the box, very little break in period. Waterproof yes, and breathes well. But thats where it ends. I wore…
- Raja, 12/17/12
New York, NY
It's supposed to be a light boot, and it is, but the sole is so thin that you feel every rock and crack. Probably okay for well-maintained trails, but anything more would lik…
- Tobin, 02/25/14
They are probably the best boots that i have ever purchased. i have bought two pairs as back up and i love them. snug but with no real pressure points. Love them…
- jeff, 08/23/14
Men's Asolo Footwear
Asolo makes a ton of super fancy men's footwear. There are Asolo mountaineering boots perfectly suitable for any black-tie affair, Asolo men's hiking boots to wear to grammy's special Sunday brunches, and Asolo trail running shoes for running on really aristocratic trails.
Men's Asolo hiking boots are pretty much the cream of the hiking boot crop. Take the Men's Asolo TPS 520 GV Boot, for instance. They're made of water-resistant full grain leather with a breathable Gore-Tex lining for extra comfort on the trail. This waterproof boot also features the Triple Power Structure Sole, which incorporates three shock absorbers that corespond with high impact areas on the foot, improving comfort and stability on the trail.
While we're talking about boots, let's talk about Asolo men's mountaineering boots. You have your choice of heavy leather boots, synthetic boots, or double plastic mountaineering boots from Asolo. If leather's your thing, check out the Asolo Makalu GV. They've got a waterproof Gore-Tex Performance liner and the Asolo/Vibram Everest dual-density rubber sole, giving you comfort, warmth, and stability. If double plastic boots are your thing, head over to the Asolo AFS 8000 Boot, and prepare to be pretty impressed. With its Velveteen and Thinsulate inner boot and Pebax shell, this killer alpine boot is suitable for altitudes over 5000m, winter and ice climbing.
As far as men's Asolo shoes go, like boots, it's all about the trail. Check out Asolo hiking shoes, like the Men's Moray Shoe. This hiker has a waterproof full grain leather upper and Asolo/Vibram Cross walk sole, so it looks as good on the street as it functions on the trail. For trail running, check out the Asolo Men's Dominator Shoe. This men's trail running shoe has a nylon mesh upper for superior breathability, and a Propulsion 1000 and TPU dual-density sole for stability and tons of support.