Asolo Vertex GV

Priced: $245.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Asolo Vertex GV
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Color: Dark Sand / Cortex
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Asolo Vertex GV - Trek at any angle in dry or wet weather with the Vertex GV by Asolo®. The grippy Vibram® outsole keeps you sure-footed on any ascents or descents, and the GORE-TEX® lining will keep you dry and comfortable all day long.
1.6-1.8 mm water-resistant suede and high tenacity nylon upper.
Plush tongue and collar for added comfort.
GORE-TEX® lining provides superior waterproof protection and breathability for a dry, comfortable foot environment.
Lite 2 footbed provides superb underfoot comfort and support.
Molded EVA midsole improves foot control and offers a high level of comfort.
Vibram® Radiant outsole offers superior performance and grip with a radial effect on base representing the moving forces. Aggressive heel cleats and an Aso-brake system enhance the grip on steep descents, while the forefoot design offers increased protection, support and control of pronation.
Asoflex 00 SR lasting board.
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Shaft:6 1⁄4 in
Weight:1 lb 11 oz
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Asolo Vertex GV Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Asolo Vertex GV vs. FSN 95 I picked up a pair of Vertex GV's to replace an old pair of Asolo FSN 95's before going on a backpacking trek at Philmont Scout Ranch near Cimarron, NM. I normally wear a 10.5 shoe, but had purchased the FSN 95's in a size 11 to allow for some extra room for wool socks and foot swelling while hiking. Asolo's toe caps on their "medium" width boots taper too quickly for my feet, resulting in toe nail damage to my third toe. Additionally, the soles of the FSN 95's weren't "grippy" enough for stream crossings. Enter the need for a new pair of boots. I purchased the Vertex GV's a full size larger than my standard size. I hiked with a 60 lb pack over 80 miles, with more than 4,000 feet of elevation gain in sun and rain. I rock-climbed and rappelled, skipped across countless stream crossings, and climbed the Tooth of Time in these boots. When laced properly, I felt no discomfort in my toes. The cushioned insole was adequate, but my feet were extremely sore after hiking for more than four miles on rocks along the ridgeline above Shaefers Pass. Using a third-party insole is definitely a future consideration. The one area of potential improvement is that there is an internal seam right up the heel in each boot's lining. This led to rubbing and a blister on the back of my left heel. By the end of the 12-day trek, I didn't need to wear moleskin to protect this spot, so it may be a function of my not having broken in the boots adequately. The Gore-Tex liners kept my feet cool (ish), and dry in the rain. The Vibram soles were grippy during stream crossings and rock climbing. The lugs cleared themselves of mud easily. I definitely felt more confident in these boots than in my old FSN 95's. I was grateful for the abrasion-resistant toe caps, and got good use out of them. This was the most strenuous backpacking trip I have ever completed. The Asolo Vertex GV's were more than equal to the task, and are a superior boot to the FSN 95's. Highly recommended.
Todd L - customer at on 08/20/2013

Neutral Reviews:

This is a poorly designed and constructed boot. The concave heel is designed to trip you up on the trail. The outer materials are stitched on, inviting cut threads. The tongue fits poorly and actually has an bare seem between tongue and boot side that will quickly unravel. In fact on my new boots it had already started.
Anonymous - customer at on 11/12/2013