While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 5 reviews for other versions of the Echo. Read all reviews »

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Alpine trekkers need a comfortably stiff, lightweight hiking boot to perform in various conditions. Echo boots from Asolo have rugged and durable Cordura(R) and suede, water-resistant uppers. Breathable mesh interior Flexible padded collar for all-day comfort Rubbermac(R) outsole grips any terrain Protective toe and heel rand resists abrasions Height: 5- ” Weight: 2 lb. 14 oz. pr. Medium width CLOSEOUTS . Romania.

- Sierra Trading Post

Fast and lightweight, these hiking boots excel on weekend backpacking escapes and day hikes with enough support for occasional multi-day trips. Durable split-grain leather and Cordura® nylon uppers are flexible, breathable and lightweight for long-lasting comfort on the trail. Wicking Cambrelle® nylon linings absorb excess sweat and disperse it quickly for faster evaporation, keeping feet drier and more comfortable. Anatomically shaped removable footbeds provide additional padding to polyurethane midsoles. DuoAsoflex midsole supports control flex, protect feet from rough terrain and support feet properly under moderate loads. Gusseted, padded tongues keep out debris and soften lace pressure; rustproof hardware offers dependable service while heel loops aid entry and exit. Asolo Synchro rubber outsoles deliver positive traction on rough trails with Asobrake heels for stability on descents.


Asolo Women's Echo


The Women's Echo has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$94.95 - $99.93

The Asolo Women's Echo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 19, 2008 at Sierra Trading Post.

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