Information about Asolo Broad Peak Climbing Gore-Tex® Boots - Waterproof (For Women)
Closeouts. With the waterproof breathable protection of Asolo's Broad Peak climbing boots, you can feel secure from the elements. A solid look and feel due the leather and synthetic upper gives the serious climber a boost of comfort and durability.
Gore-Tex® waterproof breathable membrane
Gusseted foam-padded tongue blocks out debris
Foam-padded collar with pull-on loop for easier on-off
Reviewed by Summit Seeker from Oregon on Saturday, December 5, 2009
As STP notes, these boots are a 1/2 size bigger than the size posted. I wear a Women's 9, but ordered the 8.5. They are perfect (40 2/3 or men's 7.5 US)-- a bit more narrow than the Men's 7.5 Titans, which I also ordered for comparison (And which also fit well--but are a squidge too wide.) The Bro...
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Reviewed by kiramau from Twain Harte, CA on Monday, August 27, 2012
If I was commuting over Alaskan glaciers by foot, these would be my everyday boot.
I originally ordered these for Sierra mountaineering. Upon receiving them, I quickly realized that I bought too much boot for my needs. That does not make them a bad product, but really makes me look like an idiot shopper. Ha! Anyways, I returned them and ordered another pair of Asolos below this model, and they too are amazing.
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Travel
Describe Yourself: Conservative
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Cushioning, Stable, Warm
Reviewed by Bigfish from Dunsmuir, CA on Thursday, January 5, 2012
I bought these womens boots (I'm a guy) because I have a narrow foot and generally womens boots are more narrow. They are a solid boot as advertised. Very stiff they are perfect for crampons, kicking steps, and holding the side of your foot on steep sidehills. They do run large as advertised, maybe even 1 full size large. I to send the first pair back but Sierra was great and I had the other pair in just a few days. Make sure to wear them for extended periods before heading out on a trip. You don't really break them in, you break your foot into them! Happy climbing, hiking, hunting or whatever you use them for!
Best Uses: Harsh Terrain, Mountaineering, Sheep hunting, Wet Conditions
Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
Pros: Ankle Support, Light for solid boot, Sturdy/Durable, Warm
Reviewed by Mountain Kiwi from New Zealand on Tuesday, October 18, 2011
It is a very "ready-to-wear" boot. It is ready to go right out of the box. It is a very light boot so is perfect for heavy-duty day hikes or light glacier travel/light mountaineering. I bought a pair of Petzl Vasek crampons and they fit perfectly which is a treat as I have size 36 boots. One word of warning is to listen to the suggestions to buy a smaller size than usual. I am a US 6.5 in running shoes and I ended up returning the 6.5 and got a 6 instead. They are a big fitting boot.
Best Uses: Day Hiking, Light mountaineering, Long-Distance Hiking, Wet Conditions
Cons: Funky sizing
Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
Pros: Ankle Support, Comfortable, Great Traction, Lightweight, No Break-in, Water Resistant
Reviewed by Didee99 from Keystone, CO on Monday, August 8, 2011
look like great boots and seem to fit well right out of the box. I have yet to actually try them so couldn't give them 5 stars - will have to wait until winter. Plan on using them for ice climbing with crampons and mountaineering.
It is not an insulated boot so it is not best for long periods of time out in severe weather. These are running slightly large. If you wear thick socks you will want to order your true size, otherwise order a half size smaller.
Answered on 7/8/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post