Asolo Sharp Gtx


Asolo Sharp Gtx
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Asolo Sharp Gtx
Manufacturer Asolo
Page By Wiktoria Plawska
Page Type Jul 23, 2011 / Jul 23, 2011
Object ID 7734
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Product Description

This shoe is focused on lightweight performance, Asolo's Sharp GTX waterproof boots feature the Power Lite Asoflex support and a Power Lite tread for solid footing on rough trails. Contains a waterproof barrier of GORE-TEX Performance Shell that allows inside moisture to evaporate so that you stay dry and warm. Your feet are also further protected by the water-resistant suede and high-tenacity nylon uppers. Lightweight Power Lite outsoles that grip the ground with a combination of rubber and EVA with a Pebax heel reinforcement.


Upper: Water resistance suede 1,6-1,8 mm + high tenacity nylon
Lining: Gore-Tex performance comfort footwear
Lasting Board: Power Lite Asoflex
Anatomic Footbed: Lite 2
Sole: Power Lite (rubber-eva) + Pebax heel reinforcement
Fit: ML
Weight: 490 grams (1/2 pair size 6.5 US)


Full-length Asoflex insole provides underfoot protection and torsional rigidity

Dual-density Power Lite rubber outsole provides excellent traction and grip

Molded EVA midsole delivers shock-absorbing support on the trail

Waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex lining keeps feet dry

Water-resistant suede and high tenacity nylon upper for support, durability, and breathability

Rubber toe box protects against abrasion and toe bruising

Anatomically shaped nylon heel counter connects to insole for controlled flex and structural integrity

Asoflex insole helps prevent pronation with vertical wings at the heel

Lacing system wraps the foot to promote optimal foot stability
Anatomic footbeds for added cushion and support

Outsole heel features a Pebax structure with injected rubber to protect the EVA midsole while improving underfoot stability and traction

Self-cleaning lugs help maintain outsole traction

My Review

It took about 30 miles of uphill hiking to break these shoes in. I had blisters on the back of my heel for a while, but it was not too bad. After the mileage they were very comfortable yet tough. I also used them for backpacking and scrambling and they worked great. It is a very good combination of heavy backpacking shoes and light hiking shoes.

Prices range up to $250.00 depending on where you buy them.



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