User Review: Asolo Stynger GTX
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $220
After searching long and hard for the perfect boot, I decided on that one. It offered great toe space, was lightweight and had great traction.
- Not as warm as a full grain leather boot
I used it on several hikes and needed some break in, but not near as much as some other brands I have used in the past. I hike in SoCal and wanted boots that would offer great temperature control since the mountains offer alpine climate and the desert, well, is hot.
The shoe lace don't come undone as often as my other pairs used to do. It has great arch support and roomy toe-box. First out of the box they handled ice well, as opposed to other boots I had tried which seemed to need more time to offer the traction I needed.