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Fugitive GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars After eight years of wearing these boots, still kicking with them. From NY upstate to the fjords of Norway these boots have proven superiority on all kinds of lands and terrain. They feel so comfortable on your foot that I even wear them outside just for a walk. The support is great. If you're one of those people who loves to walk and walk this is your boot. I can say much, but you must try for yourself. If you cannot find these ones, try also the Mustang GV. Full review

Globaline Meridian

rated 5 of 5 stars I have put thousands of miles on in Asolo boots and will continue to use them in all conditions. I have several brands of mountaineering boots but seem to gravitate to my Asolos. I purchased these for winter backpacking and they serve me well in that case. Shoe fits like a glove. I would like to change the inserts to something other than what they come with however. Kept my feet warm in very cold conditions on long days in the snow and ice. Keeps feet dry and provides excellent ankle support. I… Full review

Fugitive GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars Ever had a piece of gear that you lusted over for a long time, but had to wait to get? The Asolo Fugitive GTX was mine! We have a lot of cool to cold weather here, and a 2+ season boot thus had to be my first choice (see Asolo Power Matic 200 review). The Fugitive is also a great boot, but it is sometimes misunderstood, in the north country. Would Fugitive be my number one year round "go-to" hiking boot. NOPE, not in cold weather. But when it is hot-warm-cool the Fugitive is a great kick about hiker,… Full review

Drifter GV

rated 4 of 5 stars Good summer hiking boot for loads under 30 lbs. Drifters are probably best for medium to narrow feet. Lacing system locks heel in very well, so no rubbing at all. Break-in time was about 5 miles and they felt like they were broken in. Ankle support is excellent and the Vibram soles kept me from feeling rocks on the bottoms of my feet. Didn't go through any wet weather, but they appear to be pretty waterproof. These are perfect for spring and summer hiking or backpacking. Don't think they would hold… Full review

Aconcagua GV

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I just found out from Asolo that these are a limited offerring NOT DISTRIBUTED IN THE USA (see my source below who suddenly listed a few all as almost gone, but in several sizes 9.5 to 13). Asolo Medium boots typically run on the narrow side for foot volume and heal width, but have nice toe box size. Little Mt Si¬†isn't the highest point in the Western Hemisphere, like Mt Aconcaqua. ¬†However, the Asolo Aconcaqua Mountaineering boots, with its' pinnacle name, can help me conquer almost peak in comfort… Full review

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