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Asolo Women's Stynger GTX Light Hiker - Hiking Boot


Price: $199.98 - $236.12
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I tested them in Central America on a four week trek in the mountains and rain forest.
And this one felt exactly the same when I put it on, no need to break them in after owning a previous pair.
True to size, I wear an 8 1/2, still room for heavy socks and a liner.
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  • Suede
  • lug-sole sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 7" from arch
  • Suede 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: B0001VO4UK
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 12 x 5 inches; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: 0M3453-717-9.5
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,190 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    It is very lightweight and robust.
    TANER UYSAL
    Excellent sole grip even on loose pebbles on steep inclines and wet surfaces.
    trekker gal
    That helped a little, but it took a while for the tongue to soften up.
    N.C.F.

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    40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By trekker gal on May 13, 2010
    I trek challenging conditions, weeks at a time-anywhere from 6-10 hour hikes per day. I consider myself an experience trekker, climber.

    I was looking for a top of the line boot for an upcoming warm weather trek. I have a narrow foot, long toes, very narrow heel and a high arch.

    I ordered 9 different pairs of boots before I found the one that fit just right. This boot rocks. (and they were the least expensive!)

    I put an insert inside the boot for more support with my high arch.

    For me, no heel issues, the toe box is a good size, no toe crashing or rubbing. Sturdy bumpers. Lace eyelets are sturdy too. Excellent sole grip even on loose pebbles on steep inclines and wet surfaces. They are "fairly" light weight. They are not heavy, but they are not light.

    I tested them in Central America on a four week trek in the mountains and rain forest. These babies worked out perfect. Not one single hot spot (of course I had great hiking socks), they did not overheat my feet. No arch issues and my heel did not move a bit. (although I am certain insert,socks and excellent lacing played a role in that as well)

    Best of all, my feet stayed dry even after stomping through muddy trails, streams in the rain forest. I have not tested these in cold climate but will update when that happens in the fall.

    They were pretty beat up by the time I returned home. I just hosed them down real good and let them dry in the sun. Good as new.

    They are so comfortable I wear them everyday.
    Only two concerns about these boots. 1) laces failed after two weeks. 2) I am concerned the sole will wear out quickly. I plan to have it resoled before my next trip-thats cheaper than buying a new pair.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Elaine Olson on September 17, 2009
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    I'm actually buying my second pair of these. I have worn my first pair through in the toes after hundreds of miles over the last 4 years or so. I had no break in time at all. Put them on and go. It's sort of funny but anytime I'd see someone else on the trail wearing these boots, we'd both stop and point at each other's feet and start talking about our boots. I'm sure they don't work for every foot, but those for whome they do work, they are awesome!
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By TANER UYSAL on May 27, 2011
    Color Name: Cendre/Dark BrownSize Name: 8 B(M) US Verified Purchase
    This shoe was purchased for my wife. We go to 4-21 days long trekking trips in Turkey (Lycian Way, Aladag, Kackar) as well as frequent non-technical high altitude mountaineering (Mt Ararat, Himalayas-Nepal treks). After sensitive search my wife has selected this shoe to fit her needs better than other models/makes for our non-winter trekking/Non-thech backpacking activities. Few of our friends have been using the same shoe for similar purpose in our Club and have recommended us. So far , product performs well, especially for harsh ground/scree condition. It is very lightweight and robust. Good value.
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    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By N.C.F. on February 20, 2013
    I bought these shoes in the summer of 2010 and it's February of 2013, and they are still going strong. I've only gone on a few short backpacking trips with these but I live in NYC and walk a ton. They are great in the rain, in the snow, in the cold and unlike most of my shoes that wear out in a year or two, these are still in great shape. The goretex is still working, wore them out in a blizzard and didn't feel a thing. I work in a wood shop and am on my feet all day, but with my Asolo's on, they don't hurt or get tired.

    I have a narrow heel and a wider toe, and had difficulties finding a boot that fit correctly. At first I was a little turned off by the orangey red, but people compliment them all the time and I love that my hiking boots are kind of cool.

    The only issue I had breaking these in was the tongue. Everything else was comfortable within a day or two of wearing, but the edge of the tongue dug into my shin. I used bungapads and adhesive padding for blisters to add protection. That helped a little, but it took a while for the tongue to soften up. Positioning the tongue and or looser tying can help as well, but really it just takes some time for that part to break in.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on May 7, 2014
    I just bought a pair of these after researching for days on end which brands and boot type would work for me while on my upcoming thru-hike on the PCT. After feeling like everything I came across in the boot type I wanted just wouldn't be durable enough (who wants to replace their shoes 3 or 4 times while on a thru-hike?) I went to a mom and pop camping store and they had these in stock so I tried them on. While they aren't the most comfortable (they still are comfortable, just not as much as some other options out there), they are very durable and fit my needs exactly. I'm a 9 in regular shoes/flip flops and when I was measured I was told to look for a boot in a 9.5 or 10 but the woman had me try the 9 because she knew they run large. The 9 fit perfect! They hold your foot really well so there isn't slippage in the heel and your toe isn't hitting the front of the box when descending. The toe box looks narrow outside and I was concerned about that but is surprisingly wide inside and my big toe and pinky toe fits fine with no rubbing on the sides. I even tried them on with thick wool socks and they are still big enough with the extra thickness of the sock. These are expensive, but they are so worth it! You don't want to skimp on your shoes in the back country.
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