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Asolo Fugitive Gore-Tex

Weight2 lb 16 oz

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Asolo Fugitive Gore-Tex
4.4 out of 5 based on 13 user reviews.

Cred: 22
Review by billb on Oct. 31, 2011
After 4 years I just replaced these boots with the same thing. I put hundreds of trail miles on them as well as used them for my winter city boots! Comfortable until the end, durable like I never would have guessed (original laces to the end) and they look good too...

Whether getting through tourist during a blizzard in Times Square, Avoiding Bears in Yosemite or just section hiking the AT this boot will get it done!!!

Fit is a little wider then the Vasque Breeze.
Takes 20-30 miles to break in
Waterproof but you may want to treat the leather sections each year to help breath-ability.
Vasque Breeze is similar but runs a little more narrow.

Cred: 3607
Review by Sapdawg1 on Jan. 23, 2014
This review is for the Wide version of the Fugitive.
The toe box (and heal) are voluminous... which works well for me in the toe box. I had to add lifts to the heal to consume some of the space and prevent slippage.
Update from previous note. Traction on slippery footing seems suspect
So far nothing I can really make note of... I am a very tough fit so I recognize I have to make concessions in my footwear.

Cred: 15
Review by vb1797879 on Mar. 19, 2009
Little break-in, flexible sole, good support, solid toebox
Fabric/leather combined upper does not provide as much protection for the gore-tex membrane; after some wear they will let water through if there is snow on top or if walking in the stream
Asolo all-leather boots (though less breathable and require more break-in) will stay waterproof longer.

Cred: 6
Review by erbtea2000 on Mar. 15, 2011
Fantastic construction, not to heavy. Toe cap allows for year round wear
Tread wears down faster than other boots I have owned. Break in time is a little long.
For the money, these boots are great! They will last and have great lasting ability

Cred: 2643
Review by ndonaldj on Mar. 27, 2012
I love these boots. So comfortable. High tops for great support, Gore-ex. Overall just amazing boots. The laces are even super beefy!
I cant think of any..

Cred: 27
Review by Harpua1980 on Jun. 19, 2009
My feet sweat a lot. These boots are breatheable and surprisingly water resistant. They are stiff but not overly so.
Insoles are a must for my feet. water resistant but not water proof by any means.

Cred: 358
Review by fb_4943815 on Jun. 20, 2008
Soft rubber grips in rough terrain, super comfortable, stays warm, stays dry
Expensive, laces destoyed on first trip

Cred: 19
Review by chachiavirett on Sep. 06, 2011
Waterproof, warm, comfortable
shoe strings arent durable, not meant for snow
Asolo one piece leather boots

Cred: 35
Review by asolo on Jun. 27, 2008
comfortable, long lasting support over different terrain,
half size to big will eat a hole into your heels

Cred: 3
Review by Pallando on Dec. 01, 2008
Relatively cheap, worth the price for a hiking boot.
Tread wears and loses traction, lots of seams. Wear over time causes these to come open one seam or another.
La Sportiva Glacier.

Cred: 98
Review by fb_1126530105 on Feb. 20, 2008
very comfortable, excellent traction

Cred: 58
Review by fb_1119510125 on Mar. 12, 2008
very comfortable. keeps your feet dry. Durable.

Cred: 0
Review by pricedavidl on Feb. 26, 2008
Hard core
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