Reviewed by SeattleClick from Seattle Area on Thursday, June 9, 2011
These are great boots but just be aware that all Asolo boots run narrow. If you truly have wide feet, go to an Asolo dealer to try on a pair of boots before purchasing any online. I wear U.S. size 9 1/2 D normally with a foot width of 3.9". There's no way I would NOT order an Asolo wide boot for any...
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Reviewed by My name is Igor Lytkin. I'm a tourist and engaged in hunting. from I am from Russia, Arkhangelsk region, Severodvinsk. on Thursday, April 3, 2014
This is my first pair of Asolo. I had boots for about half a year. These shoes are surprisingly comfortable, with great support. Their metal hooks will allow you to truly relax, relieve pressure and tension on foot if You walk in boots. They keep your feet warm and dry. I use them all day. The boots are good in any weather in snow and ice.
Asolo is one of the best boots, and I, most likely, will buy again.
Reviewed by Too far from the AT from Cincinnati on Saturday, March 15, 2014
My first pair of Asolo's held up for about 9 years and many hundreds of miles. They were comfortable from the start, like putting on an old pair of tennis shoes. I fully expect the same from this new pair and I'm confident that I made another good investment.
Reviewed by Yakman from Findlay, Ohio on Friday, January 31, 2014
The Asolo Echo Boot are possibly the best boots on the market for all around use. My current pair, purchased in 2009 have been worn well over 800 times. With the exception of the waterproofing, which failed sometime in 2011 after an estimated 450 uses they are in nearly perfect condition. The soles show very little wear, the clasp, rubber toes, and side material are all still 100% intact! They have traveled with me from Acadia National Park to the Great Smokeys numerous times, they even spent three weeks in South Africa. To this day they are most comfortable shoes (just not boots) i have ever owned. Extremely supportive and rigid. A few days of break in and they seem to mold to your feet. Best for: Hiking, Backpacking, Casual, walking, round town, work, etc.
Reviewed by D T from MN on Thursday, January 9, 2014
2nd pair, really durable compared to other brands I've tried, fit is great, good arch support,love them except... My feet get cold much more than any of those other boots- even with wool socks! But I still love them!
I'm going to try a goretex style next.
Asolo boots come in a medium(M) and wide(W) width.
Answered on 11/18/2011 12:00:00 AM by STPGearPro-Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
David, I tried on different pairs Asolo (Gortex and Non-Gortex), in both M and W widths, and everytime the W fit better. They run narrow, compared to Merrils, Lowa's, etc. So if you are in doubt or borderline, go with the W.
Answered on 12/29/2011 12:00:00 AM by Scout1970 from Tacoma, WA