Reviewed by SeattleClick from Seattle Area on Thursday, June 09, 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 Ozark hiker from Missouri on Sunday, December 08, 2013
I bought a pair of echos 2 years ago, 9.5 wides and tan in color. I have been very pleased with these boots, the best I have ever owned. I also really like their simple and subdued appearance, nothing fancy or crazy, just functional looking. Asolo, please produce more of these boots, people love them!
Reviewed by Johnny the hiker from Pennsylvania on Thursday, September 26, 2013
I was doing my usual cost compare with other sites and Sierra had the best price for the boots I was looking for. I am very particular about who the vendor is, but the speed in processing the order was superb and the product and size are PERFECT!! Great product...great service...Nuff said!...oh yeah...LOVE the boots!!!
Reviewed by UpInIdaho from Idaho on Friday, September 13, 2013
Seem very well built. Soles feel slick out of the box but since I returned them did not get to test them. To be honest every boot I've worn without a slip resistant sole is slick on wet surfaces. Had a indentation where your toes push down on the soles. Returned them because of that and I wasn't really liking the color. Ran true to size. Ordered a 10W and it fit correctly. I will be trying Asolo again.
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