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The most breathtaking sunsets and sunrises are earned by hardy trekkers and backpackers. The rugged trail that guides you toward mountain serenity necessitates the sturdy leather Asolo Women's Power Matic 250 V Backpacking Boot for secure, stable steps through rough terrain. When you're carrying a heavy backpack for a weekend trip (or longer), this boot's tall collar and rigid arch provide support to prevent ankle and foot injuries while also reducing fatigue.

  • Asolo Power Matic midsole features a triple-density PU molded structure; high-density front ensures stability while the softer heel reduces shock
  • Four low-density cylinders are strategically placed from the outsole to the midsole to enhance cushioning on rocky trails
  • Lite 2 anatomical footbed cradles your foot in its natural shape so it doesn't take weeks to break in the boot
  • Vibram rubber outsole features effective, self-cleaning lugs to keep you gripping the muddy, sandy, or rocky trail
  • Stiff arch area in the outsole limits twisting and bending to prevent injury and provide a reliable feel on steep trails
  • Tough nubuck leather upper sheds puddles and doesn't wear out during rocky scree crossings and rocky mountain traversing
  • Chambrelle lining wicks interior moisture to prevent soggy socks and blisters
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How comfortable are the Asosl Power Matic...

How comfortable are the Asosl Power Matic 250 V and how much breakin time involved?

I had a pair of these boots a couple of years ago. I found that they were immensely comfortable after a long (4 months of regular use) break-in period. Ultimately, they were too heavy for me and I started hiking in lighter shoes or boots, but if you're looking for a traditional heavy boot these will certainly get comfy over time.

As Mark said, these are very comfortable boots...once you spend the time to break them in. The boot that I've been wearing lately is the Zamberlan Steep. More money up front, but every bit as rugged as the Powermatic, and break-in was nonexistent. I took them out of the box, added my own foot beds, put them on over heavy wool socks, walked 6 miles across mixed terrain without a second thought, except to wonder why I hadn't gotten a pair sooner. Not too heavy, plenty of room in the toe box, stiff enough shank for heavy packing and spring/summer mountaineering, breathed very well, good grip on the soles, excellent ankle support, held out water completely in wet grass and through a few shallow creeks, no complaints at all. So far, one of the best boots I've worn in the last 35 years.