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Asolo Eiger GV Mountaineering Boot - Men's


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    7 Reviews


    The steeper the better.

    Hanging curtains, horizontal mixed climbing, and delicate pillars are all challenges that call for the precision and ultralight design of the Asolo Eiger GV Mountaineering Boot. The bombproof nylon uppers resist sharp crampons and rough stone while the Gore-Tex Duratherm lining supplies waterproof and breathable protection with reliable warmth. In addition, the carbon and KEVLAR® Asoframe lends all the support your automatic crampons demand with minimal weight.

    • Polyamide and microfiber uppers offer a high level of abrasion resistance
    • Gore-Tex Duratherm lining guaranteed waterproof and breathable protection with winter-worthy warmth
    • Carbon and KEVLAR® Asoframe provides the rigidity needed for crampons with minimal weight
    • Dual density micro-porous midsole with a PU insert absorbs the shock of rough terrain
    • Lite 3 anatomic footbed follows the contours of your foot for all day comfort
    • SuperFabric gaiter zips and straps around the uppers to eliminate snagged laces
    • Vibram Mulaz rubber outsole provides secure traction on loose trails and rock
    • Compatible with automatic crampons
    • Item #ASO2918

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition
    Claimed Weight
    (single, size 8.5) 1 lb 12.4 oz
    Crampon Compatibility
    Vibram 1229 Mulaz
    dual-density microporous, PU Dual Integrated System Insert, Asoframe Carbon Kevlar
    [main] lace, [forefoot] zipper, [gaiter] hook-and-loop
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    Removable Liner
    Gore-Tex membrane
    Upper Material
    nylon, microfiber

    Tech Specs

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    Warm, Sturdy and Comfortable

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 9.5

    I would say that these run .5 size big, which is generally ok for hiking boots. The half gaiter keeps the boot warm and dry. I just hiked over 20 miles in 2 days in the Whites in NH in December, with several stream crossings, mixed slush, wet leaves, snow and ice and these boots did not disappoint. The soles have no flex, so the grip comes from Microspikes or Crampons, therefore, in the lower elevations in the mud and rocks watch your step before you "spike up" these boots. It's a great 2/3 step to a full mountaineering boot, at 1/3 the price with this SALE at $299.00!


    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: US 12 / 46.33

    As many already know, mountaineering boots vary significantly in fit. I ordered these in Size US 12 / 46.33 and they fit perfectly. I have Lowa Civetta Extremes in Size 45, and La Sportiva Nepal Cubes in Size 46.5. Scarpas are usually far too roomy for my foot, so I don't own any. These are very light which I want for longer approaches, and mixed alpine and snow climbs. They accept automatic crampons too. 😊

    Best mountaineering boot I've ever used

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've used this boot extensively on ice, mixed, and alpine climbs around the 48 states, Alps, Canadian Rockies.
    It is light and simply climbs amazingly well.

    The gaiter keeps snow out very well, similarly to the Scarpa Phantom Guide or a LaSportiva Batura.

    For sizing comparison, I use a 9 in the Eiger vs a 43 in the Nepal Evo.
    The materials used allow the boot to have a nice, small profile, but still provide a decent volume. I have relatively low-volume feet, and adding some Superfeet was crucial to getting my fit perfect and preventing heel lift.

    Awesome boots

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I wore them for a 14er up Mt. Langley and they did great on dirt up the approach and awesome in the snow. No break was needed and didn't get any blisters going back down 8000' on rock and dirt with them. The sizing is right on to regular shoes

    Bomb Proof

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Well that is how these boot are made. I cant believe how tuff the boots are! Most recently I climbed little Costilla New Mexico. I had no problems. It was very cold and windy with deep snow! I never had a problem with wet feet. The foot never moved any time in need to stand up on the toe or kick in the snow. It felt like part of my body!


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I write a lot of pretty good reviews - I might have to downgrade the others to make sure this one really shines!

    I have no idea how it works, but these boots are incredibly comfortable, even on huge approaches. That doesn't even start with how awesome they are for actual climbing - the flexibility of the top mixed with the sole stiffness make these feel like magic on rock, ice, or anything else you can throw at it.

    Considering how light these boots are, they are surprisingly warm, and it's hard to think of any other boot the same way again.

    They're great

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I spent some time hiking in the rain, glacier trekking, and ice climbing in these in AK this fall. There were great. Lightweight and kept my feet dry. The built in gaiter means you don't need a regular gaiter... one less thing to keep you from getting to the ice quicker! A nice upgrade to the Cholatse, which was also an awesome boot.