Customer Reviews Of:
Asolo Cactus Gore-Tex® Suede Hiking Boots - Waterproof (For Men)

Closeouts. Avoid prickly situations on and off the trail thanks to the rugged, water-resistant suede upper and waterproof breathable Gore-Tex® membrane of Asolo's Cactus hiking boots.

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  • Reviewed by Happy Hiker from California SF Bay Area on Saturday, December 9, 2017
    Wonderful. Exactly as expected. I usually wear a 9 1/2 These fit well with medium weight socks and a 1/2 length custom orthotic. Usually I can add a pair of liner socks for hiking. However I will need to purchase a half size larger to do that. Buy them. You will have happy feet
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by RWG from DWG area of PA and NJ on Thursday, December 7, 2017
    I hike about 50 miles a week through out most of the year over primarily rough rocky and often steep trails. These are my favorite boots due to their tight but comfortable fit, their light weight and their relatively grippy sole. They're not very protective and the soles don't last very long, but thats the trade off for such a fast and precise trail shoe.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sesche21 from Deployed on Monday, December 4, 2017
    I have owned these boots before, so I knew they were going to be great, especially the price they are offered for Good for everyday around town, and good for "work stuff". The thing that was fantastic about this purchase was the customer service. There was a mix up while I was ordering, due to the fact I am deployed and had an odd mailing address (error ended up being on my end). The customer service department responded, rapidly and attentively, making sure that I ended up as a satisfied customer AGAIN!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nick from Maryland on Thursday, November 30, 2017
    Fit well, comfortable and light. Waiting to actually test them out
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Raymond D. from Afghanistan on Wednesday, November 29, 2017
    Great boots. At first I thought they would be to narrow for my feet as I have wide feet. Great fit very lightweight which I need for my line of work. Best thing about them is that they’re not bulky like other boots these can also be worn daily if someone wanted to.
  • Reviewed by Vig from California on Tuesday, November 28, 2017
    Italians know how make a superb shoes and boots
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by HappyJack from Philadelphia on Friday, November 17, 2017
    Love these boots; its my second pair. They wear very well but needed a larger size.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by John D from Arizona on Wednesday, October 18, 2017
    I just bought a 2rd pair as backup in case these shoes become hard to find. I hike off trail in Grand Canyon quite a bit, and for my type of use, no other shoe I've tried comes close. The shoes are fairly light weight, they are extremely durable, the edges are small and sharp accommodating 4th and 5th class climbing, and even when you get soaker in deep water, the shoes dry out after a few hours of hiking thanks to the waterproof breathable Gore-tex. What surprised me about this shoe is the durability- I typically wear shoes out very quickly and these lasted a long time with some serious abuse. The only type of hiking that I found not ideal for this shoe is super cold hiking in snow. It isn't bad as long as you keep moving, but there is no insulation so my feet get cold fast (I suppose that is the price you pay for the narrow climbing profile). Warning:When you first unbox these they feel a little stiff an uncomfortable. It takes me a couple weeks of wearing them around town to break them in.
  • Reviewed by RxDx from Michigan on Monday, August 28, 2017
    I bought these as a boot for light hiking when on vacation. They don't weigh much and pack well. They look good enough that you can wear them as a casual dress shoe (recommend scraping the mud off first). They do have a narrow last which works for me - narrow in heel and mid, nice wide toe box. Full lacing gives you multiple choices on fit, especially if feet swell. Not good on rocky terrain. I got these for a trip to Hawaii, and they were great for hiking most trails. They weren't great on open lava trails, because the sole isn't stiff enough. Like a lot of Asolo's the forefoot is fairly hard. The only thing that could make Asolo boots better is if they had a high quality insert.
  • Reviewed by roninballard from Seattle on Saturday, August 5, 2017
    I like design but they are too narrow. I've been using them in the Alps this summer and they are too lightweight for the rocky trails here. Next trip I will bring a sturdier pair of boots.
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