Reviewed by Austin K from Somerset, CA on Friday, September 04, 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 LDARCH from CT on Monday, August 18, 2014
I wear Asolo hiking boots for work and recreation during the cool months. I purchased thes hiking shoes for warm weather. They fit well, are supportive and comfortable. They are fairly simple looking though I don't understand why all the hiking shoes are so "decorated" with patterns and bright colors.
Reviewed by windmike from VT on Monday, June 23, 2014
I've purchased several pairs of Asolo hiking boots, mostly FSN85 and 95, and assumed these might be on the same lasts...plus they didn't show a width. Wrong...I tried two sizes, since the ad says they run large, but even a large one was too narrow. Look good, but don't fit.
Reviewed by Ole dude from Texas on Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Opened the box put them on and haven't wanted to take them off. Good for trail hiking, cooler than my boots in 90 degree weather. Give decent support in foot bed so rough ground doesn't cause a problem. Traction is good longer lace design allows for adjustment if needed. Ordered my regular size and they fit fine. The half size down will probably work also but at size 12 that isn't and option. Very good product. At this price a quality hiking shoe at a cheap athletic shoe price. A very happy customer.
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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