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Power Matic 200 GV EVO Boot - Men's

5 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
Current price: $239.97 Original price: $399.95
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Why We Like The Asolo Power Matic 200 GV EVO Boot

When you’re spending consecutive days – or weeks – in a pair of boots, it's important that the attention to detail in the boot’s technology matches your own attention to detail when planning a long backpacking trek. Asolo’s Power Matic 200 GV Backpacking Boot makes no sacrifices when it comes to quality, utilizing a Vibram outsole for superior traction and effective mud-shedding as you trek onwards.


  • Leather backpacking boots offer comfort for deep wilderness ventures
  • Microporous midsole offers stability while navigating rocks and roots
  • Gore-Tex lining is waterproof yet breathable for mixed terrain and conditions
  • Full-grain leather is abrasion resistant to extend the boot’s life
  • Item #ASOZ02A
Upper Material
water-resistant full grain leather
GORE-TEX Performance Comfort
Asoflex 00 MR
Lite 2
mono-density microporous
Vibram Master rubber
Claimed Weight
[single, size 8.5] 1lb 9oz
hiking, backpacking
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Overall Rating

5 based on 4 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

April 21, 2024

Power Matic 200 GV EVO very durable

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 11"

I've tried a lot of boots over the last 50 years. When I first tried these on they felt almost like putting on slippers because my foot felt so good in them. This is the second pair of these that I have owned, having worn out my first pair over many miles and trail work crews. I was able to have my last pair re-soled for about $100 and get extra years from them. I just came back from a 4 day trail work crew where we backpacked in all our food and hand tools, making for an extra heavy amount to carry and with a single pair of thick socks I never had a hot spot or a blister. These boots are very stable on rocks and grip very well. While working a 80 pound rock rolled onto my big toe and the one next to it and I thought for sure I was going to have bruises and maybe have the nail fall off but 3 days later no bruise. (don't try this at home). I'm glad these are still made and will buy them again. They are well worth the money. That being said, you have to take care of them by making sure they are dry and keeping the leather clean and conditioned after every couple of uses or the leather will crack over time and the inside lining will break down. (I didn't take good enough care of my first pair, but I learned my lesson)

Steven S
5 out of 5 stars

January 23, 2022

8 years, no maintenance, & still awesome

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
6' 2"

The only "issue" I've had is the tread is wearing thin (8 years later), which Asolo replaces for life... Please disregard the ignorant review another "customer" left on this page - it somehow got through the screening process. I've been wearing the same pair for 8 years, haven't maintained them at all, and they're still awesome. I haven't waxed or oiled them once, always let mud try on them, and even worked concrete in them a few times (rinsed off after), but they don't care. I wore them everyday on construction sites for 5+ years because they're a cloud when walking through riprap. I hike and backpack in them throughout the year with varying thicknesses of socks (summer sun, spring/fall rain, winter snow) and they're comfortable on any terrain, with or without a huge pack of gear. They're a little heavy if you're not used to heavy-duty boots, but that's the downside to being 100% confident in your feet and ankles when you're descending jagged, loose, and rocky terrain with 60 pounds on your back. Their color has lightened from the abuse (scratches and dehydration) but the leather is still top quality. I'm about to send them off for resoling, but even if Asolo didn't offer the service or if mine are beyond repair, I would/will buy these again.

Andrew A
5 out of 5 stars

September 14, 2021

Improvement over the 200 GV Midsole

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
6' 2"

The PW 200 EVO GV's are a fantastic update of the previous model. The Vibram sole is durable, yet grippy on wet/slick surfaces. The full grain leather is best in class and well maintained with Obenauf's Heavy Duty LP. The micro pulley lace system makes it extremely easy to snug and loosen where desired. I measured as an US11 D on the Brannock Device. I order an 11 and the fit is perfect, snug all over with room in the toe box.

5 out of 5 stars

June 11, 2021

Love These Boots

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 8"

I?m on my third pair of Power Matic 200 Gv?s. I wear them nearly everyday, so from day one I usually swap out the insoles for a pair of Orange super feet It would appear that the midsole has been updated since my last pair, so I can?t speak to that and perhaps that?s one reason the cost keeps climbing. My first pair MSRP was around $260 ish. I can?t remember exactly but this was only 8-9 years ago. One other downside of these boots is that the leather on the toes always gets scuffed and scratched. It?s unavoidable. But the lacing pulley system, comfort, and longevity all work to make this my favorite boot despite the cons. But that price is a factor that has me trying a different brand of boot that?s very similar in look and feel but has a toe rand. So we?ll see, I?ll either have a new favorite boot or I?ll come running back to the Powermatic?s begging for forgiveness.

Ira W