Asolo Women's TPS 535 V

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The Asolo TPS 535 backpacking boot was developed for the demands of backpacking and high level trekking. A combination of craftsmanship and innovation, with the best quality of leather and other materials, ensures a superior standard of durability, performance and protection. Comfort and rigidity are key features of the 535 V. The TPS sole, designed by Asolo in partnership with Vibram, incorporates three shock absorbers that correspond with the areas of the foot that receive highest impact during activity.

Midsole:

  • Dual density midsole provides stability on uneven terrain

Support and Cushioning:

  • Vibram Triple Power Structure (TPS) sole provides cushion and durability

Comfort:

  • One piece, full grain 2.6 mm leather upper. Can be waxed for improved weather resistance, but still comfortable on hot days
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THe Asolo TPS 535 V boot has an outsole that incorporates three shock absorbers that correspond with the areas of the foot that receive highest impact during activity. Gripped with a molded rubber outsole produced in conjunction with Vibram, the balance of the outsole has self-cleaning lugs designed for optimum performance on varying types of terrain.


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Developed for the demands of backpacking and high level trekking. Footwear that will allow you to tackle the most tricky ascents and descents in confidence!
A combination of craftsmanship and innovation, with the best quality of leather and other materials, ensures a superior standard of durability, performance and protection.
Water resistant leather.
Cambrelle® nylon lining to help keep feet cool.
Contains a revolutionary Triple Power Structure (T.P.S.) sole designed by Asolo in partnership with Vibram®
T.P.S. incorporates three shock absorbers that correspond with the areas of foot that receive highest impact during activity thus providing greater shock absorption, comfort and a more dynamic walking solution.
Shock absorbers are created by combining two polyurethane layers – one of high and one of low density.
Shoe weighs gr. 720
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Also available for: Men
Anatomic Footbed:Lite 2.
Circumference:13 in
Country Of Origin:Italy
Footwear Type:Hiking/Backpacking
Heel Height:1 3⁄4 in
Last:Asoflex 00 MR
Lasting Borad:Asoflex 00 MR.
Liner:Cambrelle
Lining:Cambrelle.
Material:Water-Resistant Full Grain Leather 2,6-2,8 mm
Material Technology:GORE-TEX
Shaft:6 in
Shoe Stability:Stability
Sole:Triple Power Structure Asolo/Vibram rubber - dual-density PU.
Upper:Water-resistant full grain leather 2,6-2,8 mm
Weight:1 lb 9 oz / 720 g (Single Boot)
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Asolo TPS 535 V Reviews:

Reviews:

I love these boots. I needed boots for work in the desert mountains of Nevada during 70F temps. I have plantar fascia. With only 4 hours of break-in time before the trip, my feet were fine! I spent a lot of time trying to figure out whether to buy the woman's 9 or 9.5. I do not like tight fitting shoes but also knew that heel slipping would be a problem. I usually wear a 9.5, but the reviews said they run a little large. The size 9 would have been alright, but I decided to go with the 9.5 and use insoles; it worked out perfectly because the laces let me snug the shoes up so nothing slipped, but my toes had wiggle room, and my heels had extra cushion for traversing the airport. Not a single blister, no heel pain. I was hiking 8 hours a day. One reviewer commented that without rubber toe protection, they might wear out quickly; my boots are very beat-up after only 2 days (especially the toe), but I was in extreme conditions: very sharp rocks. They look abused, but they are still solid. The boot did not irritate my ankles, and it gave decent support. The sole was a good balance between stiff for protection from rocky terrain, and flexible enough to move. Their definitely more stiff than flexible. No sweaty feet at 70F.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 11/13/2011
As comfortable as slippers - I have the worst feet to fit: wide forefoot because of bunions and narrow-ish heels. I am also an over-pronater with a high arch. I need lots of support. Also, have sensitive soles and a neuroma. I need a somewhat rigid and thick sole on my boot. I have yet to test these boots in rocky upstate NY - on trail and off trail. So far I've worn them an ENTIRE day around the neighborhood. I was in no hurry to take them off at the end of the day. Really comfortable. I normally wear a 10 in a dress shoe, but I've found I need to go up a size in hikers. I think this pair will work out nicely for me.
Renee - customer at Zappos.com on 03/27/2009
Beautiful boot, made in Hungary. Surprisingly roomy in the toe box! Almost as wide as Vasque Sundowner GTX in 7D (wide). I have wide feet and a bunion, so ordered 1 size up. The Asolo was much wider than Hi Tec V-Lite Altitude Ultra and Keen Oregon PCT of the same size. But my toes had more wiggle room in the Vasque, so this one went back with the other 2. Wish they made it in wide widths!
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 05/23/2011
Asolo 535 - The Asolo 535 is a nice shoe for the money. I think it runs true to size. It's a nice stiff boot that would lend plenty of support. You will need some break-in time to hike/backpack though. The only reason I cannot use them is I have wide duck feet and these are for normal width feet. If my feet fell within the normal range, I would wear them all of the time.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 08/12/2004
Hiked to Machu Picchu in these almost right out of the box, with only a few very minor hikes in them just to test them out. They were extremely comfortable, excellent ankle and arch support, a little heavy, but not anything to exclaim over. They also kept my feet dry and warm the whole time. I will have these for a very long time. Highly recommended.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 09/22/2011