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Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Expert

Manufacturer: Asolo

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Page By: breagen

Created/Edited: Jan 15, 2008 / Jan 15, 2008

Object ID: 4623

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Product Description

Able performance in a nimble design! Glacier hiking and heavy backpacking are no problem for these Expert GV mountaineering boots.

* Uppers combine supple, water-resistant Perwanger leather and high-tech polyamide fabric to allow maximum ankle movement and support
* Gore-Tex® liners stop water from reaching feet and are breathable, allowing vapor transmission out of boots
* Rubber rands protect uppers and feet from abrasion and bumps, and also enhance edging ability
* Dual-density microporous rubber and polyurethane midsoles provide cushioning and support, making them compatible with semi-automatic crampons
* Durable Vibram® Ascent outsoles feature self-cleaning lugs and Asobrake design for superior grip when descending





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Waterproof Yes
Upper Nylon/leather
Lining Waterproof breathable membrane/nylon
Midsole Rubber/polyurethane
Support Rubber/polyurethane
Outsole Rubber
Crampon Compatible Hybrid/strap-on
Average weight 3 lbs. 10 oz.
Average weight - metric 1.64 kilograms

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breagenExcellent

Voted 5/5

I was looking at the La Sportiva S Evo GTX and they were too tight in the toes so I looked to these as a comparable boot and they fit magnificently. I wore them on a 5 day snowshoeing trip in Northern Minnesota with temps ranging from 0-30 and they kept me warm and dry. They got a little cold in the toes in the lower range temps if I was just standing around, but I kept plently warm while moving. Didn't have any issues with hot spots even though they didn't get a break in period.

I also took them on vertical ice. They take hybrid crampons and I thought they were great on the 60 ft climbs I was doing WI 4. Very light, they feel like nothing is on your feet so if you like light feet these are great.

I would highly recommend them
Posted Jan 15, 2008 11:17 pm

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