Arctic GV Boot
Set out with confidence on snowy trails—these boots have got your back. Their winter-ready Vibram outsole won't let you down as you navigate icy rocks and snowy surfaces, while Gore-Tex technology shields your feet from heat-robbing moisture and plummeting temps.
- Tough boots designed to take on rugged winter hikes
- Gore-Tex membrane keeps out moisture as you trudge through the snow
- Insulated Comfort Footwear bring reliable warmth without the weight
- Vibram Arctic Grip outsole provides a solid hold on snow and ice
- Cushioned midsole offers comfortable support for long hikes
- Durable construction withstands the trials of tough terrain
- PU rand around the boot protects your feet as you hike
- Recco rescue system makes you more searchable in emergencies
- Item #ASO0053
- Upper Material
- water-resistant suede, nylon
- GORE-TEX membrane
- GORE-TEX Insulated Comfort
- Arctic GV
- Vibram Arctic Grip rubber
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
June 8, 2021
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 5"
I typically wear about a size 39. I wasn't sure about the sizing on these. I have normal to wide feet. Ended up with 39 1/3 (US 7.5) and they fit perfectly! I am a fan of the spacious toe box. It keeps my feet comfortable all day long. I've worn them on numerous 13ers and 14ers here in CO this spring (April-June) and they are perfect for trekking through snow and mud. They are comfortable with snowshoes, microspikes and crampons. I typically wear them with gators and my feet stay dry! Great material, very comfortable. My boyfriend ended up getting a pair and is equally happy with them. Definitely recommend.
January 28, 2021
Gorgeous Snowshoe/Hiking Wider Boot
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 6"
- 160 lbs
I’m a consistent US Women’s 7.5 C-width (slightly wide at the ball of the foot) with a regular-volume overall shape, and a high arch. I hike in waterproof Vasques in Spring/Summer/Fall in the Pacific Northwest Cascades and British Columbia / Whistler, but I found the Vasque snow hiking boots were too narrow for my feet. These Asolos are near-perfect for winter hiking and snowshoeing: standard fit overall, but slightly wider at the ball of the foot, and the boots have a bit of extra room at the toes - not too much to throw the fit off, just enough to trap the warm air and give your toes and socks the needed wiggle room for warmth in cold weather. Have worn them hiking and will try them snowshoeing soon. If I could add one feature to these, I’d add a bit more height to the ankle shaft (equivalent of one more hook) to keep the snow out. My workaround for this will be my Norrona Falketind hiking pants, which have a built-in boot hook (a hook built into in a pair of GoreTex pants eliminates the need for snow gaiters). My one other suggested improvement for these boots would be slightly longer laces: I can tie them at full closure, but I can’t double-knot the laces, which I prefer to do to eliminate laces coming undone mid-hike/snowshoe. Perhaps with wear the laces will stretch out a bit longer... but ideally Asolo would just put in laces 2” longer than these.