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Durable, rugged, and supportive boots for rough hiking.

After you tie up the laces on the Asolo Men's Zion Waterproof Hiking Boots, you grab your day pack, and set off for an intense hike up Utah's Mt. Timpanogos or a Colorado 14ner. With an early start, you hope to be finished before nightfall, and thanks to these supportive, comfortable boots, you know your feet won't hate you by the end of the day.

  • Water-resistant suede uppers and waterproof membranes shed moisture from light rain, muddy pathways, and snow-covered trails
  • Boot design's natural shape mirrors the foot so the lower part of the last cradles and supports the foot while the heel shape improves comfort
  • Quick-lace hooks and lace system offer a comfortable, custom fit
  • Breathable, moisture-wicking synthetic linings eliminate clammy issues during intense hikes
  • Molded EVA midsoles and Asoflex natural flex technology provide cushioning, support, and all-day hiking comfort
  • Vibram rubber outsoles offer solid traction on rocky, sketchy, or hardpack terrain
  • Fit: MM

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How do they run on width. I have a slightly...

How do they run on width. I have a slightly wide foot and depends on the brand whether I have to go to wide. Keens fit me well. How do they compare in width and do they run true to size.

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Keens usually run on the wide side of D width. These are more in line with a standard D width.

Where is the Asolo Reston? It seems similar...

Where is the Asolo Reston? It seems similar to the Piuma and I like to compare.

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The only difference between the Zion and the Reston is in the upper materials. The Zion upper is all suede leather, whereas the Reston is mostly suede but with some polyester panels to save a little on price and weight. The Zion should prove to be more durable and waterproof, but the Reston will be a bit lighter and more breathable. The Piuma uses mesh panels in place of the polyester of the Reston, and has no waterproofing, rendering it the lightest and most breathable of the three. All three should fit exactly the same.

5 5

Great boot from the first day !!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought the Asolo Zion waterproof boot and they are very comfortable right out of the box. I wanted a hiking boot more than a backpacking one, but sure it could handle both if needed. This is my first pair of hiking gear. Planning on a trip to Colorado this month and will be climbing up Maroon Bells to give them a workout. Ill update my review after I get back but living in a great hiking area of San Luis Obispo, Calif. I've found that they are worth every penny I spent. Great support and able to tackle the trails.

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Looking forward to hearing about this - could you comment on the shape of the boot last and sizing? Specifically about the toe-box shape and width and if you needed to size up to accomodate toes?

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The sizing was just right. The toe box was very roomy! I have average width feet so if you have a wide foot I'm sure the boot will not be too tight. I love these boots!! I hope it works out for you Cheffy.

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I have never purchased a boot this true to size, with little to no break in.
They are awesome. Well worth the money.