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About Asolo Neutron Gore-Tex® Hiking Boots - Waterproof (For Men)

Closeouts. Thanks to their Gore-Tex® waterproof breathable membrane and grippy, Vibram® Radiant outsole, Asolo's Neutron hiking boots comfortably and confidently carry you over the most difficult terrain.

Specs about Asolo Neutron Gore-Tex® Hiking Boots - Waterproof (For Men)

  • Waterproof (All),Waterproof (Gore-Tex®)
  • Waterproof materials: Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane
  • Gusseted tongue
  • Upper: Suede and nylon mesh
  • Lining: Textile
  • Midsole: EVA
  • Outsole: Vibram® rubber
  • Height: 6"
  • Heel height: 1-1/2"
  • Weight (pair): 2 lb. 13 oz.
  • All specs based on size 10
  • Made in Romania
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Reviewed by Connecticut Panda from Connecticut on Tuesday, January 28, 2014
I am worse than my wife when it comes to shoes-my closet is full of Scarpas, Merrels, and Asolos.

I got these to hike in and also to walk to the train and to work here in the NYC area (I wear my ski clothes to work then change into shirt tie at work) and they are totally comfortable of the 4 mile... Read More
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  • Reviewed by And we love snow from N.C. on Wednesday, July 27, 2016
    Gorgeous boot but the first time my husband wore them out to Pisgah Forest the rubber over the toe crazed -- lots of splitting/small cracks. Tried contacting ASOLO but that was a run-around. Good support and style, but not for snow or winter treks.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Outdoorsy Deb from Minnesota on Wednesday, July 20, 2016
    Works for my guy! He wanted a higher boot to support his ankles. Very comfortable right out of the box. Looking forward to giving them a real workout in a few weeks in the Rocky Mountains.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Aaron from New Jersey on Monday, July 18, 2016
    Comfortable right out of the box. Lighter than the look.

    I'm only in these for about 50 miles so far, but they are great so far. In the summer they aren't too hot, yet are waterproof thanks to the GoreTex. Ankle support is spot-on. I honestly can't think of anything I don't like about these boots so far. Looking forward to putting on hundreds of more miles.

    4.5/5.0 - Took a little while to break in the lacing.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mark from Greater Boston on Thursday, July 14, 2016
    This one is a spare because the price was too good to pass up. Asolos are perfect if you need a wide boot that is comfortable and supportive. I frequently do 7-20 mile day hikes, here and out west, and this brand has never let me down.
  • Reviewed by funone46 from Michigan on Wednesday, July 6, 2016
    Really a nice surprise.Did not need to break them in and a perfect fit.

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  • Question “Do these boots have a steel or composite shank?”

    Asked on 4/22/2016 9:05:13 PM by Jason from California
    • Answer I suspect steel due to traveling with many over the years, but am not absolutely sure.
      Answered on 4/22/2016 9:27:30 PM by Capt. Bob from Medina, OH
    • Answer I remember seeing somewhere that these have a nylon shank I believe. I will say based on the weight I don't think it is steele.

      In any regard with the Vibram outsole and EVA mid sole these boots feel plenty sturdy on any terrain and comfortable once quickly packed in. Did a few days in the Linville Gorge Wilderness with plenty rocks and they performed well.

      I do suggest starting with the wide though, they run narrow. STP exchange policy is top notch, so no worries there.

      In my opinion excellent boot at an excellent price.
      Answered on 4/23/2016 5:17:25 AM by R Perry from Asheville, NC
    • Answer I am not sure but you can go to asolo.com/en to learn about the boots from the manufacturer websit.
      Answered on 4/23/2016 7:39:37 AM by ylmaya from plantation
    • Answer No but the toe is hard. I use these for my winter construction boots, and I love them.
      Answered on 4/23/2016 8:04:09 AM by Waski from Colorado
    • Answer No
      Answered on 4/23/2016 8:56:28 AM by Joel from Michigan
    • Answer No, this item is made with Asoflex lasting board.
      Answered on 4/23/2016 12:06:27 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Answer A complete built in anti-torsion, anti-pronation, anti-supination plus other support and comfort designs built in to the lasting board, it doesn't have just a single "shank" mid-support, that area of the sole is stout with new technology layered lasts designed for specific duties like the light weight hikers to the mountaineering boots have a specific range of stiffness with support built in.
      Answered on 4/23/2016 8:39:02 PM by Tony B from out in the desert
    • Answer What I wrote previously, or check out their website, you should be happier when you find out, plus the original cost, and what you can get these for right here.
      Answered on 4/23/2016 8:40:55 PM by Tony B from out in the desert
    • Answer The have composite thank, I did not have broken in, the are comfortable out of the box.
      Answered on 4/24/2016 10:09:00 AM by Ricky from Afghanistan
    • Answer Composite i believe
      Answered on 4/25/2016 6:31:18 AM by Jokerzjeep from Upstate NY
    • Answer the consensus is they are not steel, however the vibram soles are very stiff and not as comfortable or easy to break in
      as the good ole mainstay FSN 95/85's. if you havent worn asolo boots before, the Horizen seams to be the closest to the
      FSN's. i returned my second pair of Neutron's to exchange for Horizens. Unless you have a very narrow foot, get the wide
      width and wear a medium cushion sock and you should be able to wear them right out of the box.
      Answered on 4/25/2016 7:43:32 PM by Flatcoat Smith from NW
  • Question “I wear a size EUR 45, what size should I order?”

    Asked on 4/11/2016 11:45:45 PM by The Doras from Oregon
    • Answer Size 11 WIDE (unless your feet are narrow )
      Answered on 4/12/2016 12:29:37 AM by Flatcoat Smith from NW
    • Answer 11.5, I wear 9.5 us and 43 feels very comfortable even when I use wool socks.
      Answered on 4/12/2016 4:26:41 AM by Ricky from Afghanistan
    • Answer Use their size selection chart on the side, it will list the Euro equal. If you put in US 11, it lists Euro 44-45. They run pretty true to size.
      Answered on 4/12/2016 7:05:14 AM by Aquatic Biologist from Midwest
    • Answer According to Asolo's size chart EU 45 is equivalent to US 11.
      Answered on 4/12/2016 9:01:33 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Answer Size 12 in Men's US.
      Answered on 4/12/2016 10:24:23 AM by Jokerzjeep from Updtate NY
    • Answer I'm kind of guessing a size 11. I wear EUR 44.5 in most things, and the 10 1/2 fits me well in this boot. That's the one thing about ordering footwear online, it's hard to know if it's going to be a really good fit.
      Answered on 4/13/2016 10:20:21 AM by RxDx from Michigan
    • Answer From what I could find, a Eur 45 is a 12 in USA, some of the size converters are half a size off I noticed in searching, if you are a regular 45, the 12 should work in this boot, I am a 10W in US size, this boot in 10W is fine with average socks. If you are going to wear heavy or thick socks, check out a 12W US, Good luck and this is a great place to shop with excellent customer service for really good boots, easy return/exchange, prices etc.
      Answered on 4/13/2016 3:22:07 PM by Tony B from Out in the desert
  • Question “What is your return policy?”

    Asked on 3/5/2016 7:53:24 PM by Karl Kelly from Indiana
    • Answer STP is great with returns. If there is a defect in the product there is no charge for return shipping. If you are doing a size exchange I think they charge $2.95. I have returned thing often and always get a credit back to my account. By the way - these boots are great - both my husband and I have a pair.
      Answered on 3/6/2016 6:14:51 AM by ylmaya from Plantaiton, FL
    • Answer I think Sierra's policy is you can return it within one year. Pretty liberal policy, but you'll have to check the site for other terms and conditions.
      Answered on 3/6/2016 9:57:30 AM by RxDx from Michigan
    • Answer I am a long time customer not an employee but I have returned/exchanged some items. Use the return address labels included in your order. There may be a postage charge deducted from your store credit.
      There is an exchange/return page on the site as well as phone and on-line reps if you need more info.
      Answered on 3/6/2016 5:56:28 PM by Flatcoat Smith from NW
    • Answer http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/satisfaction-guarantee/
      Answered on 3/6/2016 10:40:57 PM by LimitlessADV from Midwest
    • Answer STP could probably respond but I bought the regular sized version and they pinched my feet. I was able to send them back no problem and get a replacement in the wide. Account rep was on the phone and walked through ordering what I wanted, it was super easy!
      Answered on 3/7/2016 5:43:48 AM by R Perry from Asheville, NC
    • Answer Our return and exchange policy can be viewed here: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/exchange-return/
      Answered on 3/7/2016 11:28:33 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Answer I am in China , and I can not return the shoes. I have to give or sell other people
      Answered on 3/8/2016 7:34:11 PM by hangzhou the Hiker from china
  • Question “A solo hiking boots are they in U.S sizes or UK”

    Asked on 2/28/2016 11:14:10 PM by David from U.K.
    • Answer US sizes. My boyfriend is usually a size 13 US mens, and the 13's fit him perfectly.
      Answered on 2/29/2016 1:48:37 PM by Shelby from Minnesota
    • Answer david, they are in U.S. sizes which you can convert to find the U.K. equivalent. please read my ASOLO BOOT FIT guide in the comment/revue section. unless your feet are very narrow, i suggest the WIDE width. also the longer wearing Vibram soles on these boots are harder than the standard Asolo rubber outer-soles. again my guide suggests how to wear them comfortable. i tried many other boot companies but have stuck with Asolo for 20 years.
      Answered on 2/29/2016 2:27:29 PM by Flatcoat Smith from n.w. washington
    • Answer I purchased the same size that I buy in Rocky's or similar hiking boots made in the US. The boots are a little tight in the toe area.
      Answered on 2/29/2016 8:04:47 PM by Harkey Hardwood Floors, Inc. from North Carolina
    • Answer US sizes
      Answered on 3/1/2016 8:31:05 AM by Jokerzjeep from Upstate NY
    • Answer All sizing on our website is in US sizes unless otherwise indicated on the specific product page.
      Answered on 3/1/2016 9:31:28 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Answer David - These are U.S. sizes.
      Answered on 3/5/2016 8:11:51 PM by Pete D. from Southern California
    • Answer 10.5,I suggest you to buy a slightly bigger shoes. if the shoes a little small. your feet will be hurt when you run downhill.
      Answered on 2/17/2016 6:28:42 PM by hangzhou the Hiker from hangzhou
    • Answer I wear anywhere from a 10.5 to an 11. I went with an 11 in this boot and I'm glad I did it fits very comfortably. I have two pairs of these and both feel the same in the 11.
      Answered on 2/17/2016 7:00:11 PM by Mdw4 from CT
    • Answer Thanks for the 1st two answers. I'm normally a 10 in dress shoes and most boots. My 6 year old Meindle Taiga's (direct from Meindl, not through Cabelas) are US 11 but that's from a European (German) maker. European sizes always seem all over the place to me. Had similar thing with the old (and great) Sportiva M-Hike boots.

      Well, I ordered 10.5 like STP suggested. Considered ordering 10, 10.5, 11 and keeping the pair that fit. Decided against it. Will post results of 10.5 length, width, volume when they arrive.

      FWIW, my feet are on the low side of mid volume. Wish boot makers would go back to noting boot volume. Made it so much easier to order by mail.
      Answered on 2/17/2016 7:27:28 PM by AlphaOne from New England
    • Answer My right foot measured 11.50 exact. I ordered 11.50 Asolo Neutrons. Had to send them back and order the size 12. They fit perfectly. Hope that helps.
      Answered on 2/17/2016 7:36:15 PM by Charlie from Texas
    • Answer the last used by ASOLO in the NEUTRON's fits me differently than earlier models (narrower - even in 'wide'.) I would order up to the larger size (if you are like me, your feet spread over the years.) if possible, try on some current ASOLO's in an outfitting store near you - E.M.S. , REI, etc. to get the sizing right. although I like these boots, they are the least comfortable of the many ASOLO wide's I have worn every day over the past 20 years. I would use cushy insoles and/or look at the FLAMES.
      Answered on 2/18/2016 3:15:46 AM by Flatcoat Smith from n.w. washington
    • Answer These boots fit true to size so if your right foot is a bit longer than your left which is very common I would order a half size larger to compensate. You can always test by walking around the house to make sure your not jamming your toes or there is to much slop with the opposite boot prior to wearing out on the trail.
      Answered on 2/18/2016 3:36:16 AM by CraigN from Ohio
    • Answer I think you should try the 10.5 - you can always exchange them for the 10. STP is very good about size swapping. My husband wears a 9.5 shoe but for some reason in boots he always gets the 10 and is happier. That is what he did with these and they fit great. BTW - I have the girls version - which are identical and I have never hiked in such comfortable, TOTALLY WATERPROOF boots. First time out on the trail and I never even knew they were brand new! Enjoy them.
      Answered on 2/18/2016 4:41:33 AM by ylmaya from Plantation FL
    • Answer I tend to wear quality ankle socks with boots in the summer. Not really thick, but 1/2 the thickness of a thermal sock. These have been true to size so far. There is a lot of fabric, so it may be different than leather. I find leather that gets wet frequently, stretches more. Especially walking on side grades.
      Answered on 2/18/2016 7:28:56 AM by Aquatic Biologist from MO
    • Answer I wear 10.5 and with a thicker sock, the toe box is stuffed. Go for the 11, with thick socks to allow for your foot to swell while hiking. Always better to be a lil bit bigger than to be too small! Good luck!!
      Answered on 2/18/2016 10:12:22 AM by Jokerzjeep from Upstate NY
    • Answer Hello,
      I normally wear 9.5D to 10D. On this Asolo Neutron boots I use a 9.5D.
      I measured the insole in the boots and it came up to a length of 11", but when the insole is in the boot it comes up to a length of 10 1/2".
      For you I would order the 10D.
      If for whatever reason this size is not just right, call their customer support. They are great and will get you an exchange with no problems. Just keep the tags on the boots and don't use them!
      Answered on 2/18/2016 10:34:20 AM by JRC from Northern Illinois
    • Answer Here are pictures of the measurements...
      Answered on 2/18/2016 10:37:45 AM by JRC from Northern Illinois
    • Answer Sorry for late response, recovering from auto accident (not my fault) -
      I agree with STP. You should go with the 10.5 size.I wear either 10.5 or 11 but with thick socks I went for the 11 in these and it was fine.

      Answered on 2/23/2016 11:58:38 PM by Pete D. from Southern California
  • Question “How do these compare to the Asolo Flame?”

    Asked on 2/7/2016 12:38:02 PM by pinewoodbill from colorado
    • Answer To me they are very similar boots . They both fit the same and feel the same. It's just the look. The flames were the first pair of asolo I owned. They were great!!! It's just the look you are looking for.
      Answered on 2/7/2016 7:45:08 PM by KirkNY from Queens, NY
    • Answer I haven't worn the flames but they are described as being somewhat heavier but with softer, dual-density soles. this is the one short-coming of the neutrons. I wear them every day, but I notice they are not as comfortable as the old fsn-95s due to the rigid vibram soles. wear cushy insoles and socks or go with the heavier boot and exchage them if needed.
      Answered on 2/7/2016 8:53:02 PM by Flatcoat Smith from n.w. washington
    • Answer I haven't worn the flames but they are described as being somewhat heavier but with softer, dual-density soles. this is the one short-coming of the neutrons. I wear them every day, but I notice they are not as comfortable as the old fsn-95s due to the rigid vibram soles. wear cushy insoles and socks or go with the heavier boot and exchange them if needed.
      p.s. I intend to order a pair of the flames to compare the fit.
      Answered on 2/7/2016 9:46:34 PM by Flatcoat Smith from n.w. washington
    • Answer First, I haven't worn the Flame yet, but specs are very similar. Both are waterproof, gore-tex, non-insulated, 6" tall and suede/synthetic construction. Differences are Flame weighs 3lb 2oz and the heel is 1.25" high, Neutron weighs 2lb 13oz and 1.5" heel height. Asolo makes geat shoes, hands down, aside from cost difference, both models are a solid choice for hiking! Hope this helps
      Answered on 2/8/2016 8:04:22 AM by Jokerzjeep from Upstate NY
    • Answer Flame don't have Vibram sole. Flame have the titanium lace eyes all the way up. I would go with the Vibram sole, there is a reason they are used on so many different well known brands. My advice on either is to buy the wide, they run narrow as a standard.
      Answered on 2/8/2016 10:28:17 AM by R Perry from Asheville, NC
    • Answer The main difference is the Vibram outsole and the weight per pair.
      Answered on 2/8/2016 1:34:01 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Answer not sure if anyone could answer this specifically, however my experience is that they run small. i usually wear 11.5 EE and went with the 12 wide. it has been the most comfortable boot i have owned. If there is unwanted contact in the toe area my thought would be to size up.
      Answered on 1/25/2016 6:36:38 PM by forrest the trail worker from idaho
    • Answer -- I should also add that length wise the 11's are possibly a touch too long and my left foot might be positioned slightly off due to that and therefore rubbing. Heavy socks, light socks, neither fix the rubbing at the flex point issue.
      Answered on 1/25/2016 6:49:31 PM by Jake the Snake from PNW
    • Answer 1. work the boot with your hands to soften the leather around the metal lacing hardware - also feel the inside to see if there is an improperly sewn seam.
      2. try another pair or another style - if you wear the 11-r's, you might try the wide's and thicker socks.
      everyones feet are different, I have worn asolo's (wide) for 20 years, I replace the inserts with my orthotics and wear medium-thick merino hiking socks over thin liners. this system has kept me blister-free. it can also help to work the inside of the boots with your thumbs briefly and wearing them around town daily before doing any big miles.
      Answered on 1/25/2016 7:14:08 PM by Flatcoat Smith from n.w. washington
    • Answer The toebox on wide is roomier side to side, but won't change the length. I would recommend size 11 wide and compensate with a little thicker sock. Tight or rubbing in a hiking boot, can make for a pretty uncomfortable endeavor. Hope this helps.
      Answered on 1/25/2016 8:23:25 PM by Jokerzjeep from Upstate NY
    • Answer I had to order a second pair. The first one one shoe fit small. The second pair fit perfectly.
      Answered on 1/25/2016 9:08:27 PM by Ferg from Ontario
    • Answer you should always fit your boots to you larger foot. If you have you feet measured, check out yhe heel to ball of the foot measurement. that is the way you should find your size.
      Answered on 1/26/2016 5:37:27 AM by geo. from michigan
    • Answer I suggest you to buy a slightly bigger shoes, in case you found it bigger than your expect, you can buy a thck socks which will protact feet more.
      Answered on 1/26/2016 6:13:49 PM by hangzhou the Hiker from hangzhou
    • Answer No experience with the newer model but returns are super easy through Sierra Trading that I wouldn't hesitate to try them out!
      Answered on 12/12/2015 9:47:20 PM by Jim certified ISA Arborist from Boston
    • Answer Tried the Drifter's at REI a couple of times and the regular 10 1/2 fit me fine. Never had to get a wide before but decided on the 10 1/2 wide Neutron basing my decision on other reviews indicating that they are narrower than normal. Glad I did as they fit me perfectly. So I'd have to conclude that Neutrons are indeed on the narrow side. Fit is very similar but the Drifter felt stiffer and may require a bit of breaking-in.
      Answered on 12/13/2015 12:38:07 AM by Me&MyBeagle from Washington
    • Answer We haven't tried the new style, my boyfriend does say that these boots (Asolo Neutron Gore- Tex) are a bit heavy but other then that he really likes them. I hope this was helpful.
      Answered on 12/14/2015 5:00:58 AM by luzzbear2000 from Hudson Valley New York
    • Answer i havent worn the drifter but have been wearing asolo wide-fit boots for almost 20 years. i liked the neutrons so much i bought a second pair (see my reviews). i wear mine everyday and am even happier with the fit now that my orthotics are seated properly. people should wear a good cushioned sock and size up if needed. yes they are slightly heavier than the lighter weight models like the good old FSN-95's (and i believe in wearing as light a boot as possible without sacrificing comfort or stability and support) but they are still the best selection on stp - my advice is try on the different models at a local outfitter (REI) and order them from STP. good hiking
      Answered on 12/18/2015 5:23:49 PM by Flatcoat Smith from bellingham, wa
    • Answer I can't give an exact measurement but I have the "wide fit" and there is still some wiggle room.
      Answered on 4/7/2015 11:29:35 AM by robthetreeman from Greeneville TN
    • Answer With me, a Dw is a Dw. No experience with anything else..
      Answered on 4/7/2015 1:33:41 PM by dog walker from Hayward
    • Answer I wear a EEE width and got a pair of 10W that are comfortable. They seemed tight initially but have gotten more and more comfortable over time. I like them enough I got a 2nd pair because I have a hard time finding wide enough boots that are as durable and comfortable as these things are.
      Answered on 4/7/2015 1:46:24 PM by Ken from California
    • Answer Its like a E.
      Answered on 4/7/2015 4:58:32 PM by Hi-Ken from Adirondacks
    • Answer These boots will fit you like a glove. I also have HUGE feet when it comes to width. The most comfortable boot I have purchased in a LONG time!!
      Answered on 4/7/2015 5:04:46 PM by Grady from Berkshire Mountains
    • Answer I have 2 pair of Size 11 - Wide Asolo Boots. These are a bit wider than normal Asolo's but not a great deal, or not like another Brands. They will stretch but if your foot is very wide it may be an issue. Hard to say.
      Answered on 4/7/2015 5:48:24 PM by SA from Maryland
    • Answer The wide is exceptional For a wide foot. you may want to go with the next size up. It can Help alot. if not hey' return the item. It's worth trying.
      try your regular size. and the next size up. then whatever works ?keep one .return the other pair.the reason is"
      it's worth the try it's an excellent Boot.p.s.go for it.
      Answered on 4/7/2015 7:49:23 PM by u.p.s Mike from the jersey shore.
    • Answer I wear an 8 1/2 wide in the Neutron. My normal shoe width is a D or E. The Neutron fits tighter than other Asolo boots I own. All of them are comfortable for me, but may be a bit tight on a triple E.
      Answered on 4/8/2015 5:51:58 PM by Robthe blather from Montana, Wyoming
    • Answer I have wide feet and often wear a 2E but the standard width in the Neutrons are fine for me.
      I would guess that a wide width in these would be fine but have not ordered them in wide.
      Answered on 4/12/2015 7:05:07 AM by TAB from Michigan
    • Answer I wear a wide. A 3E would be tight in a Asolo, please note the toe cap is narrow. I would get a 1/2 size larger or better
      Answered on 4/13/2015 7:42:25 AM by Charles the cyclist from Georgia
    • Answer I just received my 10.5 wide Asolo Neutron. I wear 10.5 EE (New Balance EE fit perfectly). This boots are tight! Note that my boots do not state 10.5 Wide, EE, or anything, but the tag and the box say "wide fit". I had a pair of Asolo Scaffel that were wider than these. Very nice boots, but considering if they will stretch or if I will have to return because they are too tight.
      Answered on 11/26/2015 9:17:08 AM by Tom from Atlanta, GA
    • Answer hasn't been a problem for me.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 3:34:50 PM by Tom from walking
    • Answer I am a tree climber and wear them all day in the tree with no problems. The metal is not exposed on the inside and are very comfortable. They are even good after a day of wearing spikes. I would suggest that you go for the purchase. I have two pair.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 3:48:47 PM by Keith the climber from new hampshire
    • Answer Nope, the inside is padded and covered with the same material throughout. I don't feel the grommets through the material, either.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 3:53:45 PM by JLo in the Mts from New Hampshire
    • Answer No, the grommets/hooks do not show metal on the inside. The grommets on the top of the ankle are padded from the inside.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 3:56:45 PM by Mildred from California
    • Answer Only the top 2 and the 1st 2 are metal, with the others being some kind of fabric strip. And no the metal ones are covered inside by the padded layer of fabric. Should not be a problem for you. Be sure to check your email for a discount coupon, I got my boots for $99 plus shipping and tax which added about $25. Still a good deal. Boots felt great right out of the box and no break in time needed.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 4:38:35 PM by robthetreeman from Greeneville TN
    • Answer I own 2 different Style Asolo Boots, none of them show any type of metal backing on the inside of the boot.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 4:54:05 PM by SA from Maryland
    • Answer No. They don't show on the inside and can't rub your ankle.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 5:00:30 PM by gaf from west Virginia
    • Answer Yes my ankle bone and Achilles tendon was sore for weeks after a few miles of a relatively easy hike. Shoe lace grommets are not an issue for me.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 5:22:22 PM by Ron from Florida
    • Answer No. They don't . Very comfortable.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 6:01:47 PM by R.O.F from Mississippi
    • Answer no they do not show metal on the inside.
      your foot is completely protected.it's an excellent boot I own several pairs
      Answered on 4/4/2015 6:13:45 PM by u.p.s Mike from the jersey shore.
    • Answer No metal at all in side the boot . there's protection padding.
      It's an Excellent Boot.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 6:44:56 PM by u.p.s Mike from the jersey shore.
    • Answer no they do not go all the way through. the padding around the ankles is nice and smooth.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 7:27:47 PM by geo. from michigan
    • Answer No, they don't go through the waterproof lining. They don't go through on Asolo's other boots either.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 8:47:11 PM by Ken from California
    • Answer No, actually have padding in that area and whole inside of boot is lined
      Answered on 4/4/2015 9:52:21 PM by mrbull from central colorado
    • Answer The inside of the boot is completely covered by the goretex lining.
      Answered on 4/5/2015 8:37:49 AM by Jerome from CO
    • Answer Hello, sorry for the delay on answering... no, the lacing hooks are not exposed on the inside of the shoe at all. there is an inner layer of thin foam and fabric so no issue there. so of the lacing loops are actually web loops sewn to the outside of the shoe no rivets at all there.
      Answered on 4/8/2015 5:51:05 PM by Danish Gas from Northern New York
    • Answer Grommets and hooks are covered and padded on the inside of these Aslo boots.
      I have used Aslo boots for many years for mountaineering and hiking and these are of very good quailty.
      Light weight and great structructural support.
      Answered on 4/12/2015 7:02:10 AM by TAB from Michigan