I bought these boots after disappointments with many other brands. Picked them up before heading out for fieldwork and was impressed at the lack of break-in time. Fit my feet…
- KIMBERLY, 11/08/08
these boots have gotten me through so much and they are still in absolutely great shape. They are very durable, warm, and yet breathable for all hiking conditions. When i was…
- lindsay, 11/24/10
A little stiff right out of the box, and would probably only suit someone with a slightly wide foot and toe box. Definitely runs slightly large. The build quality is excelle…
- S., 07/24/13
These boots are constructed really well... the materials are great and they seem to be holding together nicely! Only problem: the full-grain leather is more stiff than I like,…
- Heather, 09/22/10
these boots are durable, and the high ankle helped protect me from hurting my ankle numerous times on rocky trails. however, i am a 7.5 size , i got these for 6.5 , they fit p…
- Xiaojing, 07/28/13
These run large. Had to order them a half size smaller than normal. I have narrow heels and flat feet among other ugly foot stuff (please don't picture my feet!). Anyway, m…
- Mari, 10/24/13
I got the Stynger and At the expense of these boots they should hold up alot better and longer then they do..the toe of mine came loose from the sole not even a year after pur…
- Tisha, 01/21/10
I bought these boots in Gunmetal/Graphite, and they are a great looking hiking boot. The colour is a bit different from the picture on the website, the blue is more of a sky b…
- Michelle, 05/25/10
Boots are absolutely one thing you DO NOT want to scrimp on. These boots are BY FAR the best hiking footwear I have ever owned. Comfortable from day one and only got blisters…
- KATHERINE, 08/13/06
Bought a pair of these for the girl friend. She loved 'em so much I bought a pair in MENS for myself when my trusty old Timberlands finally ran out of gas they don't make 'em…
- JEREMIAH, 03/10/08
I've worn these shooes almost every day for the last two and a half years and they are still got some miles left in them. wear them to work, climbing, hiking, you name it. th…
- evan, 10/09/10
Women's Asolo Footwear
Asolo makes some pretty sweet women's footwear. I'm talking hiking boots, winter boots, trail running shoes: pretty much everything. So yeah, there's an Asolo shoe or boot for just about every trail. You can even wear them while playing Oregon Trail. I always die trying to forge the river. Stupid river. That was the worst joke ever. Sorry about it.
Check out women's Asolo hiking boots. They're super comfortable and supportive, like a boyfriend should be, but they're boots, which automatically makes them better than a boyfriend. Take the Women's Asolo TPS 520 GV Boot, for example. The water-resistant full grain leather provides superior ankle support, while the Gore-Tex Performance Footwear lining keeps moisture out, and the Triple Power Structure Asolo / Vibram sole keeps you stable on the trail.
Asolo women's insulated winter boots are pretty much the bomb, too. Check out the Women's Asolo Alchemy GTX Boot or the Asolo Women's Mystic GTX Boot for a toasty warm, waterproof Gore-Tex winter boot. Asolo winter boots also feature an anatomic footbed, so your feet are not only dry, but totally comfortable.
That's enough about boots, though. Asolo makes women's shoes, too. Check out women's Asolo hiking shoes like the Asolo Women's Distance Shoe for light trail hiking. These approach shoes are built on a Vibram sole and constructed to take the abuse of jagged mountain terrain. For going faster on the trail, maybe like a fast jog or even full on run, check out Asolo trail running shoes like the Asolo Women's Exum Shoe.