Reviewed by nukeman from Santa Maria on Sunday, August 24, 2008
Took a little break in by wearing them once or twice a week before my first trip . The real test was a 9 day 60 mile backpacking trip in the Sierra . I have duck-like feet ( narrow heels and wide toes ) so I have a difficult time fitting boots . Blisters are S.O.P. for me . These fit great and I had...
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Reviewed by Poppy from Pa on Monday, March 17, 2014
The transaction went great. This is my first time buying Asolo boot and I can tell you that they run narrow , time will tell on how well they perform.
Sierra Trading Post did what they said they would do, will always check there site before making purchases .
Reviewed by Scouter from Black Hills on Friday, March 14, 2014
My first pair of real hiking boots but compared to my wolverine durashock work boots these are very comfortable after the break in period. I took a two mile hike in them to get them broke in and since then I have went on a couple more treks and they are one of the most comfortable pair of shoes that I own. I bought these boot for hiking with the Boy Scout Troop that I am the Scout Master for and so far am very glad that I have gotten these. I will have to come back and comment on the durability after this summer of hiking since we are planning on hiking 50 miles plus this summer. So Far they seem very durable and I am sure they will serve me well.
Reviewed by Ken from So Cal on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
I have purchased 4 pairs of these boots over the years and use them for day hikes and day to day work as a utility shoe. They are very comfortable and need no break in. I will continue buying them as long as they are available at such great prices.
Reviewed by MonTex from Austown on Saturday, March 08, 2014
Bought mine several years ago and I really like the look of this hiker. However, it is stiff even after a couple years of use in the summer. I 've gotten blisters the first few times of use and chucked the cause of the blisters due to the shoes being new. It never got broken in enough for me to be comfortable. Also, if you have a wide feet, I would not recommend this particular boots. It's just too narrow. I ended up giving mine away to a church garage sale. Hopefully someone will fit it better. And another thing, it's definitely not insulated for cold temp just so you know.
Best boots I've owned in order of comfort and durability: Irish Setters Elk Hunter, LOWA boots, Timberland brand boots(value oriented).
The shoes I received and have since returned were great looking and did not appear to have any errant stitches or anything that would define them as seconds. They were great looking but for me the toe box was too small around the second and third little toe and I knew on a long hike I would get battered toes.
Answered on 3/1/2014 3:08:41 PM by MDL from Pennsylvania
I don't know the answer, but if they are seconds, they are better that most firsts. Derf from Washington
Answered on 3/1/2014 3:37:53 PM by Derf from washington from Washington