jbishwrote a review of Asolo Fugitive Gore-Tex Hiking Boot - Men's on February 2, 2009
When mine eventually wear out, I will buy another pair, no doubt. Even though these boots have gone up in price ten bucks a year since I bought them, I would still buy another pair. These boots represent the most comfortable footwear I've ever worn. They are great for backpacking, light enough for day hikes, and just damn solid all around. I've had no issues with my feet getting wet, even in the nastiest of WA/OR Cascade weather. Since the day I bought these, I haven't had a blister, hot spot, or any other sort of issue with my feet. They were supportive enough that when I broke a toe scrambling around barefoot like a jackass on the second day of a ten day trip in the Sierra, I didn't even really notice it as long as the boots were on. I've put loads of miles on these things in all types of conditions and they're holding up very, very well. They are obviously not a winter boot, and as with any boot that has metal eyelets you'll want to carry extra laces (but I'm only on my second pair). I just can't say enough good things about this boot, so I'll just leave it at this: Buy these boots.