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Asolo TPS 520 GV Boot - Men's


Price: $227.77 - $295.00
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Chestnut
  • Leather
  • lug-sole sole
  • Leather Hiking Boots

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Asolo has a great collection of light walking to hiking, from backpacking boots. To name a few.... TPS520, Power Matic and the FSN which are amoung the popular Asolo Boot collection. Asolo Boots are designed around the foot; flexible, lightweight and at the same time, resistant. Fit and performance are our major strengths. Our breathable footwear is able to shock-absorb even on the toughest terrains.

  • ASIN: B000AOP2OU
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 11 x 5 inches; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: 0M2066-635-8.5
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,371 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    Boots fit well and were comfortable out of the box.
    Robertm
    I've had my pair for about 4 - 5 years now and they are nearly in as good shape as when I bought them despite the hundreds of miles I've hiked in them.
    msr-norwalk
    One way or the other you will sleep better at night by buying "Free World" quality rather then Communist crap.
    CV

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Bob Wood on June 13, 2007
    I just bought a pair of these boots after looking around, reading reviews and then trying on five different brands. Here's what I discovered: as you might imagine, different companies create their shoes using different "lasts" or generic foot shapes. These differ quite a bit, which is somewhat surprising. So, I strongly recommend that you try on many different boots before you buy. For example, I've always bought Vasque boots in the past, because they fit my narrow (B-width) foot pretty well. This time, I tried on some Vasque boots, Montrails, Merrills, Lowas and Asolos. The Asolos fit my foot incredibly well right out of the box. They were/are the most comfortable boot I've ever owned. They are also, evidently, very durable. A friend who used to be a backpacking guide and now works in an outdoor outfitting store told me that she had other friends who had had this particular boot re-soled three times from heavy use and were continuing to use and enjoy them. So, the essence of my review is this: stick with boot companies that have a reputation for high quality, try on several brands of boots and different models of the same brand (I tried on some Cordura and nylon Asolos, too, but wanted a full-leather upper so I got the 520s) to see which brand's foot last mirrors your own foot shape best, and then spend a little more than you had planned to get a boot that will ultimately last longer and save you money, as a result.
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ace Cool on January 30, 2010
    Color Name: ChestnutSize Name: 13 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    I am replacing my old Vasque Sundowner boots that I have used for at least my last 4 pairs. The first thing I notice about these ASOLO's is they are more comfortable than my Vasque's. I have owned these ASOLO 520's for about 6 months now and use them as general purpose boots just like the Vasque. Both are great boots, I believe these are even better. Better durability wise and more comfortable. I also like the traction. The Vasque seem to be better in terms of waterproof qualities. Even when the Vasque are worn out they are waterproof... The ASOLO's are good for waterproof qualities, the Vasque are excellent. I now insist on goretex in my boots.
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    15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly on March 7, 2010
    I purchased a pair of these boots about 3 years ago. I have experienced several other boots aswell (Vasque, Saloman, Scarpa, and others. This boot has far surpased my expectations of what confort should be. They were comfotable from the day I pulled them out of the box. I did not need to break them in at all. Most of the use I have put on these boots have been trecking through snow and wet slush around construction sites. The water proof layer has not failed me once. They keep my feet warm when I am moving cassualy in about 20 degree F. Below that I go to my Sorel boots the Conquest. I have also put some major wear and tear on these boots doing some canyoneering. I wish I had taped the outer leather areas with gorilla tape first but after the trips they have been on they still feel smooth on the leather and look ok. In comparison to the Vasque sundowners these were 100%more comfortable. The sundowners never felt like they actually got broken in. The leather on the sundowners in comparison to the asolos (in about a third of the use I put the asolos through) looked so worn and abused you would assume they would leak straight through. I have a feeling the sole will wear out before the leather wears out on the asolo boot. Just the oposite for the Sundowner. I have never received any blisters with the asolo boots and I wear them days at a time. The longest treck I made with the asolos was about 30 miles in a day.
    Over all; these have been the best boot I have ever spent any money on. When I find a deal on these i will buy two pair. By the way the Saslong by Asolo was not as comfortable.
    Hope this helps,
    Eric
    Highly recommended, worth every pennie, would pay more if required.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Joe Shabadue on March 15, 2010
    I got my ASOLO 520 GTX boots in the summer of 2001. I've put at least 1000 miles on them, and yes, the sole is more worn than the leather. Easily the most comfortable boots I've ever owned. I've climbed 5 14ers in CO with them, taken them through about 40 miles of the grand canyon, and even took them up the river hike in Zion. I've replaced the laces twice, changed the inserts and they are still completely water proof(my feet did get wet on the Zion hike, but that was in four feet of water). They were the editor's choice in backpacker magazine when i got them in 2001 and they will definitely be my next boot. My guess is in another two years, because I over-pronate.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By mad max on September 23, 2009
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    These boots are great. I bought them midsummer, wore them to work for 3 weeks to break them in a bit (though they were very comfortable out of the box), and then took them on a tour of the parks in the southwest. They endured water, sand, mud, grass, and rock equally well. First day I took them on a 12 mile backpack into Zion and didn't get any blisters or hot spots. These boots are sturdy and comfortable.

    I'll finish off with one small issue - I broke one of the half eyelets tightening my shoelaces the day of the first hike! The eyelet pulled loose of the rivet holding it. This turned out not to be a big issue because it was a middle eyelet I could skip over.
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