Closeouts. Walk the trail (or road) less traveled in comfort with the stylish, low-key design of Asolo Kalik trail shoes. The full-grain leather upper masquerades as a casual oxford, and the Vibram® Tenere outsole easily handles unpaved terrain.
Reviewed by NotionView from Madrid, NM on Friday, April 18, 2014
Ok, so they aren't dressy...the first time I put them on, I felt like I had been wearing them for years! The laces all the way down make this the most comfortable shoe you will ever wear! I have only worn them once but everywhere I went people asked me about them. They are FABULOUS!!!!
They run a little big which suits me fine. I prefer not to feel crippled after a day walking. I didn't hesitate to wear them the whole day at work and never looked back!
Reviewed by farm wife from Ohio on Saturday, April 05, 2014
Originally ordered whole size smaller and returned them for half size bigger. Excellent fit and comfy providing stability I need at work and walking dog. Plenty of room to fit my orthotics. Like the slim design with rubber toe. This shoe will not fit you if you have a wide foot
Reviewed by farm wife from Ohio on Tuesday, March 18, 2014
nice, sturdy shoes, but run big. you may have to order 1 whole size smaller, but 1/2 may work better. this is my 5th pair of Asolo shoes and do have a history of running big. I love them since they are sturdy and I need a shoe that provides stability. I ordered 1 whole size smaller, but think I may need a little more room. you have to have narrow feet to fit in this shoe. it is also rather tight in forefoot since it is narrow. they will definately not fit you if you have a medium to wide foot. these shoes are also not orthotic friendly-too tight.
Reviewed by Walking on Sunshine from Los Angeles on Tuesday, February 04, 2014
These shoes are ginormous. When you first see them, they look at least a whole size larger than what you normally wear. My first thought was that they'd sent me men's shoes, rather than women's. They feel big, too, although after you have them on for a few minutes, the whole clown-shoe vibe diminishes as your foot relaxes and expands. But even then, they're excessively roomy, and I'm not sure that I'd trust them for unpaved walking for fear of twisting an ankle. Too bad, because they seem otherwise well-made, and they're simple and attractive. For trail shoes, mind you. (The claim that they masquerade as a casual Oxford is a bit of a stretch.) I wouldn't recommend them, unless you're cool with ordering in three sizes: your actual size, a half a size smaller, and a whole size smaller. See which one fits, Cinderella, and then return the rest. Tsk. What a shame. I'm sending these back.