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TPS 520 GV

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Bought the boots about three years ago, walked 50 km on established bushwalking track, cleaned and stored them in a dry cupboard inside a suitcase for about two years, used them for 1 hour this weekend and both soles detached from the boot. I purchased a pair of Asolo TPS 520 GV around the end of 2015 and probably only walked about 50 km on established bush tracks. I then had a 2 1/2 year period where I was unable to use them so I cleaned them and stored them in a dry cupboard inside my house. I… Full review

TPS 535 V

rated 1 of 5 stars Not durable at all. These boots failed me after four uses. The soles separated from the rest of the boot. Asolo would not honor their own manufacturer's failure. DO not buy these boots or any other products from Asolo.  Full review

TPS 520 GV

rated 5 of 5 stars Incredibly short break-in time, extremely comfortable, and durable boot. These are the best and longest lasting boots I've ever owned. I use these boots as both hikers and my daily work boots. My last pair lasted 2.5 years of everyday use both on the trail and in a chemistry lab. I've thrown everything at these boots from rocks, trees, and chainsaws; to industrial solvents like acetonitrile and methanol. The only reason I needed a new pair was because a solvent spill finally ate a hole in the Goretex… Full review

Flame GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars My favorite boots ever. I haven't worn a million pairs of hiking boots and I would say I am a rare hiker...maybe 5-10 times a year, but I wear these boots all the time and have had them for six years and they still feel great and the sole is in good shape. I'm retiring this pair to yardwork detail and am looking to buy a new pair of them on Sierra Trading Post for $150. They leaked on me one time when I was at Acadia and it was raining on me for hours and hours. Full review

Power Matic 200 GV

rated 4 of 5 stars Full leather boot maintains waterproof with minimal maintenance, even after two years and over 100 miles of use. Rollerguide lacing supports even lacing pressure and the firm sole is great for heavy loads and rough terrain. I purchased these boots two years ago after retiring another set of Asolo boots. I tried every boot I could find, light, heavy, soft, stiff etc. I liked these the best. Yes, boots are particular to each person's feet, but there are a few things on this boot that I really enjoy. … Full review

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