User Review: Asolo Men's TPS 520 GV
Price Paid: Pro deal
Pros: Comfortable right out of the box. Good foot and ankle protection even when good-sized chunks of rock trap the foot. Require very little care. Last a long time. Good lacing system. Warm for snowshoeing and cold weather hiking. Very waterproof.
Cons: Expensive to have soles replaced. Most shops can't do it. As the person from Scandinavia wrote above, they don't have great traction on wet rock. They also don't bite into spring snow really well like my first Asolos did (Yukons). I wear Kahtoola Microspikes for those conditions and that works really well.
One guy wrote that they're hot. I wouldn't recommend them for warm weather hiking, but I tend to avoid warm weather as much as possible. Good socks (SmartWool) are a must.