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Product Code: 42110138

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Designed specifically for female trekkers, the Stynger uses suede leather, high-tenacity nylon and a Gore-Tex Performance membrane keep the weight down while maintaining a high level of protection from the weather and from the terrain.

The rugged sole construction incorporates Asolo's Duo Asoflex technology to provide anti-pronation and anti-torsion support. Along with a high, supportive ankle cuff, this helps to keep hikers on the straight and narrow whilst atop airy ridges in the Dolomites.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 1100g 
  • Water resistant suede and Cordura upper
  • Asolo Syncro outsole
  • Gore-Tex membrane

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They are a perfect fit, straight from the box and can handle all terrains really well. There are four girls who work in the Cotswold store where I work and we all have the same boots – if that isn’t an endorsement, I don’t know what it. They have a good rigid outsole but they're not heavy compared to a lot of boots.

used for Walking, Scrambling

By: Egg, Cardiff - City Centre store

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12 Customer reviews for this product

 
Comfortable but NOT waterproof!
Reviewed By Angela, 19 Sep 2014

I have worn Asolo boots now for perhaps 10 years, had 4 or 5 pairs. Had change from leather boots due to changes in foot size and shape and these were the only boots that would comfortably fit and support my feet on rugged terrain, no quibbles there. However walking in the rain or wet grass you just have to accept the fact you are going to get wet feet! I now make sure I have gaiters on if it is going to rain. I have used them from the Lakes to Dartmoor and Croatia to Nepal, but would like to know if there is a boot on a similar last that is waterproof!

 

 

 
Wouldn't be without them
Reviewed By Faye, 11 Jan 2014

I bought these back in 2010 and have worn them virtually everyday since. They've climbed mountains from wales to China, the arduous walks around shopping centres, and my daily walk into the office. In the many years I've had them only one blister occurred when I invested in new laces but didn't tie them correctly.
2014 and I've just bought a 2nd pair. The old ones are still happily usable but the tread is starting to wear so wanted a fresh pair for the more serious walking.
I couldn't ever see myself being without them.

 

 

 
So far, so good!
Reviewed By Eloise, 30 Oct 2013

I've bought these boots after my old faithful Solomon boots (bought in a sale 5 years ago) have finally worn out.

These boots feel like a slight step-up in terms of sturdiness, with a solid toe and sole; they feel as though they provide more support than my old boots. Despite the sturdiness, the sole offers good flexibility and I was pleased to find that the width is just right for my feet (broad across the toes and narrow on the heels), despite having a generally "slender" look to them. I normally wear a 5 or a 5.5 but having tried these on with my lightest walking socks, I bought the 6 which allows enough room for my toes to have space but will also accommodate a slightly thicker pair of socks come the colder weather.

Upon first trying these on, the heel felt a little "spacey" but the shop assistant in Leeds was able to help with the lacing (tying a knot between the top two fasteners) which held my foot more securely into the heel section.

In contrast, I also tried on the Trango by La Sportiva (too solid for what I need and too narrow across the toes) and a pair by Anatom, which were too deep and wide for me. These were definitely the comfiest, although I am a little disappointed to see them so much cheaper on the website than in store!

 

 

 
Very pleased so far!
Reviewed By Helen, 18 Apr 2013

Just took my boots on their first adventure in the great outdoors, Brilliant fit, good support and nice dry feet. No problems at all. Looking forward to breaking them in some more.
The comfort factor may be due to the excellent service provided by staff at Droitwich branch who measured my feet and found out I was actually a size bigger than I thought! Many thanks.

 

 

 
Amazing Boot, Even more Amazing Service
Reviewed By Greg, 27 Aug 2012

Bought these boots today from Bridgemere. The fitter spent 2 hours with us despite being busy. Having been measured we tried literally dozens of boot and sock combos. These were half a size larger but with the right sock and a volume adjuster (thrown in Free) the fit perfect. We've had real issues with full leather boots but the build quality is fantastic and the fit is amazing. My wife simply wont take them off now. Got to get to the hills to try these babies out.....

 

 

 
High performing and "multi-terrain"
Reviewed By Mary-Laure, 26 Jul 2012

The Asolo combines comfort with effectiveness, which is largely down to the design of the sole of the boot. Not only is it very light, but its stability, grip and ability to absorb shock are traits that would recommend it to any user. I have trekked in numerous conditions and have never felt any discomfort or had any issues with these boots; from highly abrasive soils in Peru and Iceland, to muddy footpaths in Norway and conditions involving very dry soil in Indonesia.
The lacing mechanism and upper part of the boots mould perfectly to the ankle, preventing excess movement and slipping when walking. There is, however, one potential drawback - the excess fabric in the tongue can sometimes be uncomfortable if you do not lace the boot correctly.
The goretex system is also very effective. The last hike that I went on was two weeks ago in the New Forest, and despite continuous rain for three days, my feet remained dry, which was a feat in itself considering the number of streams I had to cross!
In summary, I would say that the Asolo is designed for someone looking for a top performing, highly reliable, “multi-terrain” product.

 

 

 
Superb fit
Reviewed By Andy, 15 May 2012

I bought these for my daughter's silver DoE and they have prooved to be very comfortable from the onset, stylish and light coupled with a good build quality and strong rigidity.

Would definitely recommend them for a long-term purchase

 

 

 
Worn from1st day, no problems, nice and dry
Reviewed By Mike, 17 Mar 2012

Great 3 season boots, 3rd pair of Aslo footware - cant fault they & the staff @ Chester are 1st class!

 

 

 
comfortable, durable walking boots :)
Reviewed By Chantal, 02 Mar 2012

These are a great pair of boots and very comfortable. I took mine on a trip to the Himalayas, walking for 14 days over a distance of more than 90 miles and got not one blister. Even better, three out of the four females in my group had these boots and were all very satisfied with their performance.They have a tough sole and are very waterproof thanks to the inner lining. I have also used them on a gold DofE expedition along with regualar walks in the Lake District and they still have plenty of life in them yet. Only tip, be sure to take a spare pair of laces as the initial ones did not last very long.

 

 

 
Very comfortable walking boots!!!
Reviewed By Louise , 27 Feb 2012

Great boots,definitely worth the money. I was trying to find a pair of boots that would support my high arch, and tried on numerous makes, that just didn't feel supportive enough. Had never previously heard of Asolo. However the quality is very high and they offer great ankle and arch support.Have worn these alot whilst walking in the Scottish mountains and they haven't let me down.

 

 

 
Sole falls off
Reviewed By Paula, 11 Jul 2011

I had one pair of these boots - gaps developed between sole and body at toe, compromising waterproofing and promising imminent deterioration. Took it back to shop, got refund. Got second pair cheaply online, almost new, same thing happened, but this time I got to see the whole process - gaps developed at toe, sole then completely disengaged from body at toe, rendering boot ruined. Had to do major glue job to finish walking trip and throw boots out when finished.

 

 

 
Good looking but poor performance
Reviewed By Mary, 23 May 2011

A great disappointment. My first pair were really comfortable but one boot leaked and they had to be returned. My second pair are on their way back as they are excruciating with rucked up lining causing blisters.Poor quality control.

 

 

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