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Asolo Synchro Gore-Tex® Hiking Boots - Waterproof (For Men) in Graphite/Gunmetal/Yellow
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Information about Asolo Synchro Gore-Tex® Hiking Boots - Waterproof (For Men)
Closeouts. Stay in sync on your trail adventures in Asolo's Synchro hiking boots with a Gore-Tex® waterproof breathable membrane to protect you from the elements and active heel support for trekking through tough terrain.
  • Gore-Tex® waterproof breathable membrane
  • Durable suede and high-tenacity Cordura® nylon upper resists abrasion
  • Durable, reinforced toe guard
  • Lite 2 anatomic footbed for superior comfort
  • Asoflex 00 SR lasting board
  • Active Heel Support external heel support
  • Aggressive, dual-density Matrix rubber outsole with Asobrake for downhill traction
  • Limit 6 per year
  • Made in Romania
  • Visit our Hiking Footwear Guide
Specs about Asolo Synchro Gore-Tex® Hiking Boots - Waterproof (For Men)
  • Waterproof (All),Non-Insulated,Waterproof (Gore-Tex®)
  • Waterproof materials: Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane
  • Gusseted tongue
  • Upper: Suede and Cordura® nylon
  • Lining: Textile
  • Removable insole
  • Midsole: EVA
  • Outsole: Rubber
  • Height: 6"
  • Heel height: 1-1/2"
  • Weight (pair): 2 lb. 10 oz.
  • Made in Romania
  • Visit our Hiking Footwear Guide

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by K&Zs Daddy from California on Saturday, August 30, 2014
The day before I ordered the Asolo Synchro boots from STP I had gone to several outdoor retailers with the intention of buying a pair of hiking boots for an upcoming backpacking trip. I tried on several popular brands and sizes ranging from 9 to 9.5 with varying widths. I was unable to find any bo... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Scott from Wisconisn on Wednesday, February 25, 2015
    Great boot! Fits true to size.
  • Reviewed by Todd from Hawaii on Sunday, February 22, 2015
    Pros: Nice looking, waterproof. Wore them elk hunting this past fall in subzero temps and 1 foot of snow. Combined with gators, they performed well. I'm sure my feet would have gotten cold if sitting still, but other body parts got cold prior to that, and kept me moving

    Cons: Major blisters on heels during break-in and after 2 month hiatus in hiking. I tried Superfeet green insoles and wearing Smartwool socks. The insoles were no help and the socks helped some. Maybe I just have soft feet, but I think the boot has way to much room in the toebox, and that this might be resulting in the heel blisters. Not sure. Note that I have very narrow feet. The only boot I have been very happy with is the Vasque Sundowner, but that was before they started mass producing them for more normal (wider than my) feet.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bread from Norfolk, VA on Friday, February 20, 2015
    These boots literally took one day of wearing them around town to break in. We received about 6 inches of snow and temps have hit 10 degrees, my feet are warm and dry. I am an avid hiker, but have not had a chance to do a 5-10 mile. I don't feel any rubbing, so I wouldn't expect any issues....they feel better than tennis shoes at this point. I will update in the future if they fall apart on me.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mark H from Milwaukee, WI on Wednesday, February 11, 2015
    These boots were available in a EEE width, which was one of the primary reasons I chose them. I wouldn't normally order a serious hiking boot online without trying it on, but i'd had other Asolo boots previously and had had good experiences. Have only worn them for a week to break them in, but so far they've stood up to subzero temps pretty well and are pretty comfortable. I also like the design.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mark H from Milwaukee, WI on Wednesday, February 11, 2015
    These boots were available in a EEE width, which was one of the primary reasons I chose them. I wouldn't normally order a serious hiking boot online without trying it on, but i'd had other Asolo boots previously and had had good experiences. Have only worn them for a week to break them in, but so far they've stood up to subzero temps pretty well and are pretty comfortable. I also like the design.

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    • Answer These boots seem to me to be a good compromise on terrain handling. Great tread for muck handling, relatively soft (compared to old Vibram material), so small surface imperfections provide traction. They aren't felt soles for walking on slippery rocks, like they put on waders, but I do believe these provide great traction. I've got about 150 trail miles on mine, they work great on the rocky trails I frequent in the Cascades and Olympics.
      Answered on 1/21/2015 9:04:00 PM by SimplyT from The Pacific Northwet!
    • Answer The grip on these is great, though the compound is almost too soft as the soles wear quickly on rock. Crampons attach easily on these also. I now own 3 pairs, they have been a great all around boot.
      They run narrow!
      Answered on 1/22/2015 5:33:26 AM by Jon from Montana
    • Answer From my experience all Asolos tend to have the same fit.
      Answered on 8/26/2014 1:51:24 PM by Supa Conducta from Louisiana
    • Answer I got the 10.5D US size which is typical a 44.5 Euro sizing. And they fit true to that size.

      So I would order what you normally get.
      Answered on 8/26/2014 2:24:43 PM by CBRogers from Yorktwn, Va.
    • Answer I didn't buy the fsn 95'but according my friend : the brand-asolo ,always has a steady size,so it will be ok like you side.
      Answered on 8/26/2014 4:50:59 PM by Bon from China
    • Answer Yes, it is. Size 10 is Euro 42 2/3.
      Answered on 8/27/2014 8:43:06 PM by Zuoqi from Beijing
    • Answer I feel that they run slightly shorter. I usually get 10 1/2, got these in 11
      Answered on 8/31/2014 6:34:58 PM by Joe Carpenter from Montana
  • Question “How stiff are the soles?”
    Asked on 8/15/2014 10:50:42 AM by Fred Bosch from Arizona
    • Answer They're a stiff sole but that's why I bought them. Not as stiff as my kenetrek mountain boots but stiffer then most lightweight hikers. I really like them especially on rocky trails.
      Answered on 8/15/2014 11:43:03 AM by Dave from Utah
    • Answer The soles are quite stiff and work well in rocky terrain. I just took them on a 5 day backpacking trip into Medicine Bow National Forest on some very rocky areas with 40-45 pounds in my pack--they performed well as I moved across some very sharp boulders and did not have any problem with the boot. It kept its stability and stiffness and performed quite well. I never had any performance issues with the boots. But then again, I also have a pair of SuperFeet insoles in them--they always help.
      Answered on 8/15/2014 2:23:23 PM by The former "AdirondackMan" from Grand Junction, Colorado
    • Answer The soles were definitely not as stiff as the Salomon Quest 4D GTX boots that I tried. I just completed The Conundrum hike by Aspen - 9 miles in, 9 miles out with 60lbs on my back and the boots held up great, provided plenty of support and were incredibly comfortable. If you require a more rigid sole then I would recommend the Khumbu.
      Answered on 8/15/2014 3:08:08 PM by Charlesb from Colorado
    • Answer They are somewhat stuff -- my husband said, "I've had stiffer boots before, and I've had less stiff boots before." Sorry this isn't more helpful.
      Answered on 8/15/2014 6:40:48 PM by Fondue Mom from Stowe, VT
    • Answer very stiff and flat
      Answered on 8/15/2014 8:21:58 PM by Jason Qiao from Connecticut
    • Answer The soles are very stiff and .supportive
      Answered on 8/17/2014 7:48:35 PM by Mark from Michigan
  • Question “How is the traction on wet rocks?”
    Asked on 7/16/2014 5:30:39 AM by Hiker Jeff from Montana
    • Answer Husband says they are fine on wet rocks. He really likes these boots-- very stable and comfortable.
      Answered on 7/16/2014 5:46:57 AM by Fondue Mom from Stowe
    • Answer Its not too bad once you break them in. I think the Columbia Omnigrip is better, but I like my Asolo boots. The sharp heel is good on the downhills.
      Answered on 7/16/2014 5:58:09 AM by Ken from Cincinnati OH
    • Answer Very good. My only complaint about these boots is there is som extra material between the tongue and the boot, so if you lace them up without pushing that material towards the laces it bunches up and puts a lot of pressure on the top of your foot. But they are comfortable as long as I do this every time I put them on.
      Answered on 7/16/2014 6:39:08 AM by Woodpecker from Vermont
    • Answer These boots have excellant traction. They do well on most wet rocks, of course I've seen some wet rocks that nothing will get traction on.
      Answered on 7/16/2014 6:59:36 AM by Brian from Washington
    • Answer 50/50. I've used my pair to hike five 14,000 ft peaks in Colorado and I love these boots! But they do get a little slick sometimes on certain wet rock, and they are terrible on wet wood (Crossing streams on logs is like walking on ice!)
      Answered on 7/16/2014 9:28:46 AM by Zeb from Colorado
    • Answer as good as one could expect. I've made several hikes with a 40# pack in the heavy rain with no problems. of course, everyone has different expectations. if you want to sashay over slick limestone or Pennsylvania slate in a rain you will slip. I would say definitely better than a Salomon sole.
      Answered on 7/16/2014 1:22:22 PM by bukaornithoptera from Jensen Beach, FL
    • Answer The traction is really good on all surfaces. However, just like any wet surface you need to be aware of any other component that might not be seen, ie : algae, moss, oil, ice. I've had these boots for years and can't say enough about them. Great boot for any condition.
      Answered on 7/17/2014 6:15:20 AM by Mark from Hell Michigan
    • Answer Hello Jeff; the boots performed well on wet rocks and mud thanks to the lug design and rubber compound. I can't speak for crawling on large rocks such as boulders in the rain. But they performed well going through creeks and walking over river rock, they were still slick when I hit patches of moss. I would recommend the boot if your hiking in the rain, expect to cross creeks or need that extra step into the lake to unhook a snag. Great boot for the price my opinion you can't go wrong. I have been using them pretty much every weekend on the trail.
      Answered on 7/17/2014 5:14:14 PM by Brian Colo from Colorado
    • Answer They do well on slick surfaces.
      Answered on 8/26/2014 1:53:06 PM by Supa Conducta from Louisiana
  • Question “What is the difference between the synchro and Neutron Asalo hiking boots.

    Asked on 4/16/2014 7:52:26 PM by Shawn from Rhode Island
    • Answer Sorry,I don't know.
      Answered on 4/16/2014 8:17:04 PM by Fishski from Utah Mts.
    • Answer When I was looking the big difference to me was the bottoms. The Synchro has a more aggressive tread which works for the mountains in CO which I've been using these for. The bottom has an "asobrake" as they call it, and they do have good grip in my usage. Maybe more trail orientated people might prefer the Neutron. Just my opinion.
      Answered on 4/16/2014 9:15:26 PM by Zeb from Colorado
    • Answer hi.
      I am using synchro boots good well.
      Difference of this products are outsole.
      Neutron boots is Vibram® Radiant rubber/EVA outsole provides excellent grip and shock absorption
      Synchro boots is dual-density Matrix rubber outsole with Asobrake for downhill traction

      Other differences, but this is the big difference.
      I hope this answer helful.
      Answered on 4/17/2014 8:22:47 AM by jung sang from the south of korea, seoul
  • Question “is it new or 2nds?”
    Asked on 3/18/2014 4:39:03 AM by Al from Melbourne,Australia
    • Answer It's new. At STP, if merchandise are 2nds, they are clearly labelled as such. If not so labelled, they are new. Hope that helps.
      Answered on 3/18/2014 7:10:31 AM by James from Malaysia
    • Answer The ones I ordered were new and very nice.
      Answered on 3/18/2014 7:28:08 AM by Jeff from Colorado
    • Answer These are new boots although possibly last years colors or model but I do know that after 10+miles snowshoeing and 2 early season hikes above my home on the Wasatch Range (8miles) I absolutely love these boots. Great fit in heavy or light socks and totally waterproof.
      Answered on 3/18/2014 8:04:02 AM by Dave from Utah
    • Answer New. Closeouts.
      Answered on 3/18/2014 9:14:09 AM by Pinon Pete from Silver City, NM
    • Answer I'd say new. No cosmetic or construction flaws that I can see. I have worn them a dozen times, very comfortable.
      Answered on 3/18/2014 7:24:51 PM by Fishski from Utah Mts.
  • Question “Hello,
    Could you tell me how mutch the shipping cost to Argentina?
    Thank you ”
    Asked on 2/22/2014 1:04:34 PM by Gabriela Schamun from La Plata - Argentina
    • Answer At the bottom of this page, there is a reference to 'Shipping Rates'. Click on it, and you will end up on a new page; when you are there, click on 'International Rates' on the left hand side panel of that page. You will then be directed to a new page. Near the bottom of that page you will see a table showing the shipping rates for 'Other Supported Counties' (which includes Argentina). I think if you are just buying these Asolo shoes alone, your shipping charges should be USD 50. (It depends on how much you are paying for the shoes. Before you buy them, sign up for the DealFlyer and get your discount.)
      Answered on 2/22/2014 2:42:56 PM by James from Malaysia
    • Answer I don't konw. I lived in south-korea.
      Answered on 2/22/2014 9:09:37 PM by jung sang from seoul
    • Answer According to our fit models this item is running true to size. We suggest ordering your usual size.
      Answered on 1/9/2014 3:39:22 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post