Reviewed by Austin K from Somerset, CA on Friday, September 4, 2009
I went through Europe for 2 weeks with these shoes, and put miles and miles of walking on them. These are high quality, comfortable shoes. 7 months later, they show almost NO signs of wear, and feel good as new, albeit a little loose. I do everything in these shoes. Most shoes show significant signs...
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Reviewed by Skyhawk from Utah on Friday, October 18, 2013
I've had these shoes for 3 years now and have put a few hundred miles on them on 5 to 7 mile mountain hikes (Wasatch) - day in and day out. They are my favorite all around hiking shoe - better than Salomon's, Keens, and Merrill's. I wear a 10.5 and the shoes fit great (even with thick socks) and are still going strong. Just bought a pair of the Asolo Boots - but will probably revert back to these most of the time.
Reviewed by Lawrence Walker from Yellowstone National Park on Friday, August 16, 2013
Hiking shoes should be rather stiff and not flex too much, and that is one of the great attributes of Asolo hiking shoes, as with the brand's boots. And these have a bit of that sporty, narrow approach shoe styling. This shoe is especially suited to warmer weather as it is built without a waterproof membrane that traps heat. It feels cooler than other, more stuffy hiking shoes. But do be aware, as others have said, that it seems best suited to those with higher volume feet. The lacing holes are very close together, and on my foot, come so close they virtually touch, meaning I reach the limit of the shoe to tighten around my foot. (I wear a 10 1/2 street shoe and usually 11 in boots. I have these in size 11 as well, since it is important to retain toe room in shoes that need to be able to descend steep trails.) If there were a bit more room between the laces, I'd give the Typhoon five stars. If you can, try on pairs in several sizes.
Answered on 1/5/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
No they are not waterproof. If you plan to hike a lot in the snow try a mountaineering boot. They are warm and comfortable also they take a lot longer to run into the ground. It just depends how serious you plan to get with the hiking shoe or boot you purchase.
Answered on 4/8/2011 12:00:00 AM by stretch from Boise, ID