Asolo Stynger GTX Hiking Boots Spice

Priced: $220.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 20 reviews.
Asolo Stynger GTX Hiking Boots Spice
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Asolo Stynger GTX Hiking Boots Spice - Gore-Tex protection and all-terrain traction in a breathable, highly supportive design. Recommended for aggressive day hikes.

Country of Origin: Imported

Support and Cushioning:

  • Dual-density polyurethane-foam midsole for excellent support and cushioning
  • Suede and Cordura upper offers a perfect blend of support and breathability

Weather and Wind:

  • Gore-Tex membrane for waterproof, breathable protection

Traction and Grip:

  • Aggressive rubber tread for all-weather grip


  • Antibacterial-treated footbed
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Avg. Weight (Pair):2 lb. 6.8 oz.
Foot Volume:Low
Forefoot Width:Wide
Forefoot Width Measurement:3.388 in.
Heel Width:Medium
Heel Width Measurement:2.434 in.
Midsole:Dual-density PU
Outsole:Bi-density rubber
Upper:Suede & Cordura
Volume Measurement:595 ml

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Asolo Stynger GTX Hiking Boots Spice Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best boots I have ever had!

I am an avid hiker who fell on Mt Washington 5 years ago while wearing another boot. I asked a female who works on the summit and does rescue work about her boots and she raved about this product. It took me 10 months before I could walk normally and resume hiking ( Mountain climbing ) and I could not believe how wonderful this boot is. No break in period at all. I've never had a blister, toes stay in place and they are comfortable. It took a while for me to "believe and trust" the boot as far as grip. Recently while going through high water I discovered they are waterproof.....I didn't realize and was thrilled as it was a 10 mile 4700' hike. I do notice after 5 years and many many miles that the bottoms are beginning to slip on smooth rock. I guess 5 years is a long time for a boot so I am going to buy another pair!
Mountain Girl at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2010

Good Start

I bought these boots in late winter hoping they would be broken in by the hiking season came around. It took a few weeks but now they are quite comfortable. I recommend them for people as a great starter to intermediate hiking boot...unfortunately for me, knee length mud even with gaiters does not keep your feet dry and for long backpacking trips just a bit more support would have been preferable. Despite that they are great for day hikes or weekend trips with a lighter pack I still love them and wear them more often than any other show I own!
Kell at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2008


I bought these over a year ago for backcountry camping and they are still going strong. I was very worried that I would have to break them in before my weeklong hike but to the contrary these are the first pair of hiking boots that did not require that painful new shoe blister period. They kept my feet nice and dry while stomping thought mud puddles and creeks in Shenandoah. They have good traction and great ankle support for climbing over rocks.
Barbara at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2007

Love these boots!

Lighter in weight than the full leather version, but great for my 12 day backpacking trip in Glacier this July. The heel seemed narrower than some other brands and that helped to hold my heel in place, keeping it blister free. The toe box was roomy and my feet were happy. Break-in time was minimal--a few short hikes in the creek bed, no hills where I live. I did add some gel heel cups, but used the manufacturer's insoles.
Marilyn at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2009

Great boot

I have had these for about 6 months now and have yet to find a time where these boots have let me down. Living in the northcountry of New York one never knows what the weather will be, but these boots preform in mud, rain, snow, sleet, ice, well you name it basicly. From around town, to the day hikes, to the long packing trips these boots rock! Couldn't ask for a more bomber pair.
Sunning at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2007

The most comfortable hiking boot ever

I live in upstate New York and I have used these boots hiking all four seasons. I will admit they are not great in extreme cold and deep snow, but still usable in the winter. I have had these boots for at least 9 years and I am just thinking about buying a new pair. The good news is they are still available. I highly recommend this boot
Jan M. at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2013

Great boots!

Not the best boot for winter hiking, my feet get pretty cold easily. Great boot for summer hiking and I do wear them all winter long as my everyday shoe. Best advice would be to make sure you have them broken in before you take them on a real hike, I got some pretty nasty blisters the first time, but I love these boots!
Alle at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2009

These boots ROCK!

I love the fit and the style of the boots. I have worn them for a couple of weeks now and have enjoyed them thoroughly. In December I
plan to take them on a hike of the South Kaibab
and Bright Angel Trails in the Grand Canyon and
I am sure they will not let me down.
Colorado Girlie at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2006

Great boots!

I absolutely love these boots, haven't tried them out yet in the cold but in summer and fall they are spectacular.. worked outdoors in Bahamas for one month, my feet didn't even know! Highly recommend them to anyone who hikes, works outdoors, walks alot.. they are fully functional and cute enough to wear all the time!
Mello at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2006

i love these boots

I knew these were the boots for me when trying them on. Not too heavy, great support and on the trail, great traction and comfortable. I got them in December here in Maine and the cold snowy winter was no problem.
Dee at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 05/05/2008

Negative Reviews:

bad boots

less than 40 miles and the toe is already starting to peal up. took just about that long to break in... and on top of that they have a horrible seam up the heal on the inside that makes break in harder. i found i require two pairs of socks to prevent blistering do to rubbing on this seam. do not buy these boots. for the price something has to be better. i'm still looking. i have not taken them on more than an 8 mile day hike. i'd be afraid of the pain i'd be in by the end of long camping trek.

two good things and what sold me on them in the first place, comfortable on the soul and arch of the foot, durable feeling or so i thought.
none at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2008

WAS a great 5 star boot

I bought these boots in July to go backpacking in Indonesia. For the month I was there, they were the perfect boot, being waterproof, warm, and comfortable. I used them for exactly a month and then put them away until Dec when it started to snow badly. I barely wore them for two weeks when the front of the boot began to pull away from the sole, letting in water, making my water proof boots non-water proof. When I first got these boots I recommended them to everyone because they were so handy and comfortable, now I warn all my friends against buying these boots because I literally wore them for only two months in a 5-6 month period, and they're already falling apart.
Ris the Biologist at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2007

Lots of Problems

I bought these boots in June of 2007 and have done my best to get used to them. They were properly sized at EMS. In fact, I bought three different sizes and wore them all before settling on the boot I thought fit best. The traction on wet rock is so bad that I have fallen twice. The balls of my feet hurt within a few miles. Superfeet have helped some. I get blisters on my heels despite no apparent friction. I am looking to buy a new pair of boots.
Cairn at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 05/05/2009

it got totall wet in snow

I bought it in November this year and I go hiking with twice pre month. It is comfortable to wear and protect my feet during six or seven hours hiking. However, it was terrible experience that I have ever had on last Saturday 1/1/2011. At the beginning, it worked well with gaiter, but after two hours stepping in snow, even it is GTX, it got wet totally from outside to the inside socks. My other teammates didn't have that same problem as mine. I am really disappointed with it.
Vivi at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2011

Not Waterproof for Long

I've hiked several hundred miles in these boots and cared for them well, but they started to ship water in snowy or wet terrain after only two years. I was hoping for more from a [$] boot with good reviews.
CZ at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2009