Asolo FSN 95 GTX

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Asolo FSN 95 GTX
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Asolo FSN 95 GTX - The FSN 95 was awarded “best backpacking boot" status in 2001 by Backpackers Magazine, the USA's biggest and most important magazine for outdoor sports!
Great grip on the terrain that prevents slipping during the harshest descents.
Asolo has chosen the right technical ingredients to produce the best comfort and fit.
Water resistant suede upper.
GORE-TEX® liners for waterproof yet breathable boots.
Asolo FSN rubber PU sole for stability and cushioning.
Speed lacing system and toe bumper.
Reinforced toe boxes and heel counters.
Padded collar and tongue.
Shoe weighs gr. 615


  • Water-resistant suede uppers with abrasion-resistant nylon provide tough durability and protection in wet conditions


  • PU midsole absorbs the shock of rough terrain

Support and Cushioning:

  • Asoflex lasting board with an anatomic Lite 2 footbed provides support for long days on the trail


  • Breathable, moisture-wicking interior

Weather and Wind:

  • Gore-Tex Performance Comfort lining provides guaranteed waterproof and breathable protection

Traction and Grip:

  • Rubber Asobrake traction outsole
  • Asolo FSN rubber sole provides secure traction on loose trails


  • Made in Romania or Ukraine


  • Protective toe rand
  • Gusseted tongue

Whether it's an alpine day hike in pursuit of wildflowers or a week spent trekking on the Pacific Crest Trail, lace up the Asolo Men's FSN 95 GTX Wide Backpacking Boot. The Gore-Tex Performance Comfort lining provides guaranteed waterproof and breathable protection, while the anatomic footbed cradles and supports your foot for all-day comfort.

FEATURES of the Asolo Men's FSN 95 GTX Boot.
Comfortable enough for day hiking yet supportive enough for backpacking, the Asolo FSN 95 GTX gives you the waterproof, breathable protection with the Gore-Tex liner.

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Winner of Backpacker Magazine's Best Backpacking Boot award, Asolo FSN Gore-Tex hiking boots are ready to take treks to greater heights.
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LINING:Gore-Tex performance comfort footwear
SOLE:Asolo FSN rubber - PU
Upper:Water resistant suede 1,6-1,8 mm + high tenacity nylon
WEIGHT Gr:615 (1/2 pair size 8.5 US)
Weight:1/2 pair
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Asolo FSN 95 GTX Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I never really thought about the brand name and why it fits me so well. The boot itself fits well too..
I have had these for two years and I like them. They are a stout boot and they do give a lot of support through the foot and ankle. I have a hard time just knocking around in them because they just seem to be too stiff for everyday use.
If you are looking for a wide option in a boot that has Goretex and gives good stability this is a great choice. I also think they have great durability for a lighter weight boot.

greg at on 10/31/2013
Excellent boot! One of the most comfortable boots I have worn and meets all of my expectations. Material and construction is quality and unlike the equivalent Merells the Asolo feels like it can take anything thrown at it. Highly recommend this boot!
Greg - customer at on 01/18/2012
I needed hiking boots. This brand was recommended by forest rangers. Boots were delivered rapidly and were excellent. Hiked all over Colorado mountains in them! Would buy again.
Anonymous - customer at on 07/30/2011
Very comfortable right out of the box. Just what I was looking for. Size was as expected.
Anonymous - customer at on 03/11/2011

Negative Reviews:

Not a boot for wet rock - I am sort of surprised that this boot gets such high marks. The sole is absolutely horrible on wet granite or limestone. Really, no one has had this experience? I've worn many boots and trail runners over 35 years of climbing and backpacking and the GTX soles are some of the worst. Here's a good shoe sole test: find some smooth or painted concrete (like your porch), wet the concrete and shuffle along. Does the boot slip? Now think what it will do walking down a glacial polished granite slab. Enough said.
Dave - customer at on 07/21/2005

Neutral Reviews:

This book is built on a curved last, and despite the supposedly "wide" fit in the EE size, it curves in so sharply that my outer two toes get burned on a hike of any length. Moreover, the plastic heel counter does not break in, so I continue to get blisters despite tape. The ankles fit too tightly and caused pain on ankle bones. I made a device from PVC pipe and golf balls and laced them tightly around this for about two weeks. That stretched them enough to be tolerable in the ankles. Because of the heel blisters and tight toe space, they aren’t usable for hiking. Since they’ve been worn outside, I can’t return them, so they’re pretty much good only for gardening. I have Asolo 520s (a leather boot) that fit OK, in part because they break in. Conclusion: if you have a wide foot that is squarish in shape, these boots probably aren’t going to work well.
Bill S - customer at on 04/14/2009