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NOW: £50.00 WAS: £120.00

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For lighter walking in warmer climes, you may well feel like you don't want to be wearing boots, but you feel the need for ankle protection. In the Asolo Womens Ellery Boot, you really won't feel like you're wearing boots!

Built to Asolo's Natural Shape design, the Ellery uses a sole which, although grippy and shock absorbing, mimics the shape and flex of your foot to allow you a feeling of freedom and comfort not normally associated with a pair of walking boots: although the impact of each step is absorbed, you feel connected to the ground beneath your feet.

As well a soft, comfortable, foot-shaped sole, the Asolo Womens Ellery Boot has a flexible, form-fitting upper which follows your movements as you walk, for the ultimate in natural comfort.

Wearing walking boots has never felt so good!

FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY on all orders 21st - 25th May 2015

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Product Features

  • Weight: 670g
  • Water-resistant suede and nylon mesh outer
  • Velveteen lining
  • Natural Shape anatomic footbed
  • Shock absorbing moulded EVA midsole
  • Natural Shape Asoflex TPU insert
  • Vibram/Asolo Natural Shape outsole with impact zone braking and tread pattern with pillars of stabilisation
  • Boot rating : B:0

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3 Customer reviews for this product

comfortable lightweight boot with good support
Reviewed By lynn, 20 Oct 2013

i have been looking for a lightweight walking boot and saw these, i have had good reports from other asolo footwear wearers that have told me they are lightweight, comfortable and plently of toe room, just what i have been looking for, these were a good price, fantastic colour, they match all my gear! highly recommend these for comfort and support



Asolo - Brilliant boot for hiking
Reviewed By A, 17 Jul 2013

after a great deal of trouble not finding the right boot for Camino walk, at last I have found it, aided by great customer service



Summer hiking: one boot fits all!
Reviewed By Nancy, 06 Jun 2013

It’s easy to see why the Asolo Ellery might seem a bit gimmicky – with its barefoot style it’s surely too light to be much use as a hiking boot – but, having just spent five days walking and wild-camping across Madeira’s mountainous middle in a pair, I find it hits a certain spot. If, like me, you have narrow feet then Asolo rates among the best and the boots felt well-made and extremely comfortable. With the Ellery (and other footwear from the ‘Natural Fit’ range), it perhaps helps if you are used to a more barefoot style of shoe since you are likely to feel the rock more underfoot and there isn’t as much heel or arch support as in more traditional boots. Personally, I prefer this; I did indeed feel more ‘connected’ to the terrain we were walking on and more stable, treating the ankle support as a confidence-booster rather than a scaffold. The snug heel and wide toe enables the foot to spread, again helping to stabilise and breathe. Since I was going for summer hiking in a warm climate, I decided to sacrifice the Gore-Tex in favour of breathability; given the wet weather we actually encountered, I might have changed my mind! Especially with current discount on the Ellery (June 2013), it’s a big hike up to the Asolo Mesita GTX, which Cotswold are also stocking in an alarming (though oddly attractive) coral pink, but which are probably more worthwhile for UK purposes.

Pros: light-weight, comfortable for both hiking and wearing around camp, breathable.
Cons: waterproofing is basic; arch/ ankle support might be insufficient for more sustained treks.



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