Asolo Salyan

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Very good shoes for via ferrata climbing. Light, firm…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars

Summary

Very good shoes for via ferrata climbing. Light, firm sole, high lacing.

Pros

  • Light
  • Stiff (but not too much)
  • Rubber lining

Cons

  • For some people may be little narrow tip of the shoe

I have had them just for two weeks, but I love them.

I like design. I like they are low weight. They have very good grip on stones and they are perfect for ferrata climbing. They are stiff, but not as much as for example Asolo Distance shoes, even though very good for walking on loose rocky terrain.

For longer walks they may be are bit narrow in the tip for some people. I suggest to try to walk in them at least 15 min before buy.

Michal

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Asolo Salyan approach shoe is made with water resistant suede upper and a velveteen lining to make the shoe resistant and versatile. The asymmetrical to-the-toe lacing system provides a customized fit. The toe rubber protection and outsole offers protection in climbing.

- CampSaver.com

When your canvas shoes or hiking boots just won't cut it for a super-techy approach, go for the Asolo Men's Salyan Approach Shoes. Made with Vibram Friction outsoles, the Salyans deliver stellar grip while you navigate over car-sized boulders so you're not left thoroughly exhausted by the time you reach your climbing destination.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Asolo Men's Salyan Shoe FEATURES of the Asolo Men's Salyan Shoe Upper: Water-resistant suede mm 1,6-1,8 Lining: Velveteen Lasting Board: Asoflex 00 MR Anatomic Footbed: Lite 2 Sole: Vibram Friction + micro porous midsole + PU Anti-Shock insert Fit: MM-ML Weight: 1/2 pair: 435 grams

- Moosejaw