Information about Asolo Contour Gore-Tex® XCR® Trail Shoes - Waterproof (For Men)
Closeouts. Asolo's Contour trail shoes let you hit the backcountry with support, all-day comfort and the ultra-breathable, waterproof protection of Gore-Tex® XCR® technology. Gore-Tex® XCR® waterproof membrane technology provides improved breathability.
Reviewed by Bob the Walker from Iowa on Saturday, February 7, 2009
My wife dog and I walk a minimum of 2 miles per day under all weather conditions. We usually take a couple of week-long walking/hiking trips each year, and I wanted a pair of light-weight, waterproof hiking shoes that could be packed easily. The Asolo Contour Gore-tex trail shoes fill the bill, and...
Based on 561 reviews:Overall:
Your search for "" returned reviews for Asolo-Contour-Gore-Tex-XCR-Trail-Shoes-Waterproof-For-Men
Reviewed by Znalec from Boulder, CO on Tuesday, December 3, 2013
This is my second pair! I love these shoes. I have another hiking shoes by Asolo and it's just a good brand. So since I am wearing these shoes almost every day for over 2 years, it's time to buy a second pair. I wanted to get them before they are gone!
Reviewed by Stephen Z from New York City on Thursday, November 14, 2013
This is the 4th pair of Asolo Contour Gore-Tex XCRs that I have ordered from Sierra. They are long lasting, well made and a great price. They are true to size and feel comfortable either hiking trails or walking around New York City.
Reviewed by Walstib from USA on Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Excluding shipping paid about $69 for these and at that price definitely 5 star. I bought these specifically for disc golf play and after six 18's, very pleased. Was looking for a smoother less aggressive sole for the concrete tee pads and these are perfect. Waterproofing is excellent. Not the warmest but I run hot and they are fine for me. The insoles are stiff, as others have mentioned, certainly not cushy but far from concrete. I tried my Sof Sole, Oboz, Keen, Patagonia and Superfeet insoles I have in other shoes. They definitely made it more cushy but my heel slipped, even on the light blue thin Superfeet insoles. Almost have to use the Asolo insole, it is very thin at heel and cups the heel well. I played back to back 18's at a woodsy, wet course with tons of elevation change, about 4 hours, never had a problem, was comfortable and dry the whole time. No sore feet after. Break in was fast and I re-tightened the laces after about 3 hours of play as they became a little loose. The cream/sand is attractive enough. Sizing is accurate, my feet measure 11 EE and the 11 fit fine, maybe a tad long. Out of the box they looked narrow but loosen up the laces, which are plenty long, and the toe box is plenty roomy. Time will tell if the side wall will blow out, two pairs of Merrell's blew out and I am no longer a Merrell fan. BTW I think the Oboz Firebrand II are about the best I have put on my feet, but of course paid nearly $150 for those.
These are better thatn the Typhoon and I take the Wildland Firefighting "Pack Test" in them. 45 lb. vest, 3-miles, under 45 minutes (about 36 for me), now running allowed. I have also had good traction in all conditions with the Typhoon, which has the same sole so I expect these to fill your needs.
Answered on 3/27/2012 12:00:00 AM by Crittergitter from Tennessee