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NOW: £125.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £125.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £125.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £125.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £125.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £125.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £125.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £125.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £125.00 WAS: £160.00

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Using the Active Heel Support (AHS) system, as developed by Asolo research which abosorbs shock and minimises fatigue. This boot is designed to allow you the freedom to enjoy the mountains and not worry about getting your feet wet!

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Product Features

  • Weight 1286g
  • Water resistant suede and Nylon upper
  • Matrix outsole
  • Gore-Tex membrane

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17 Customer reviews for this product

Great boots, shame about the insoles.....
Reviewed By Matt, 24 Aug 2014

Very comfortable right from the start. Bought a half size larger than I'd normally take, due to the narrow last.

After 5 days of use, I suffered from pain in the achilles of my right foot. Turned out to be caused by the cheap insoles losing their shape. A replacement pair of Superfeet solved the problem, and they've been very comfy ever since.

No problems with water leakage despite some very wet days in the Alps. The tongue is sewn in to the top of the ankle (in contrast to many other boots) which I'm sure makes a difference.



Reviewed By Paul, 30 Jan 2014

I bought the Flames after having used Berghaus GTX for about 4 years before they started leaking. I thought I'd go for something a bit more "upmarket" with these Asolos.
I am now 12 months in and any moderate hike of over 9 miles or so and my left foot feels crippled (they are just TOO narrow). They are also now letting my feet get soaked which it took the Berghaus's 4 years to do. They do support the ankle, but it is (for me) at the expense of comfort. If you have wide feet, these are not for you.



Cumbersome and heavy. Not for me
Reviewed By Jamie, 27 Dec 2013

My feet are small but wide, and as soon as I left the car park on my first trip in the Flames I was squished into the toe box and knew I had made a mistake.
The leather upper felt very tough and hard wearing, although in my case this was to the detriment of allowing space for wiggling. The high rand which I had specifically sought turned out to squash my toes and make descents uncomfortable. I worried about the durability of the sole, as plastic detailing to the grip detached on my first trip out.
The very features which I had desired - a tough upper with a protected toe box - are certainly evident on this boot. For me, though, the boot felt uncomfortable and even painful, and was just not a keeper.



Comfortable and stable 3 season boot
Reviewed By Matthew, 07 Sep 2013

I bought a pair of these a couple of years back as a replacement for a pair of Salomon boots. They are extremely comfortable and offer excellent levels of grip, something I had previously only expected from the likes of Salomon. The neoprene cuff at the top of the boot is particularly comfortable, even for me and I have a steel plate in my ankle. Excellent protection against water and good levels of insulation in colder environments. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending these boots to any outdoors enthusiast or hill walker.



Expensive disappointing product
Reviewed By Andrew, 04 Sep 2013

Beautiful boot and very comfortable to wear. Really feel "kitted out" for the hill. Had two pairs now and if you enjoy walking with permanently WET FEET, this is the boot for you. The goretex liner is either not attached at production or detaches shortly after purchase. Shame really as it is a great boot in dry weather but absolutely annoying and hideously uncomfortable on wet ground. So so disappointing it has put me off mesh boots probably forever. I've had Salomon, Meindl, Brasher, Scarpas and even Karrimor yet never been so disappointed in aboot for the money spent. Major technology failure, Major disappointment.



good hillwalking boot
Reviewed By barrie, 17 Mar 2013

Very comfortable boot altough classed as a three seasons boot . they have just been tested on a hike in the beacons in knee depth snow passed with flying colours dry feet no blisters. Just hope pass the test of time



Like walking in the clouds
Reviewed By Richard, 14 Feb 2013

These boots are incredible! There. I've said it!

I was helped into these boots in the Salisbury store by Mel who showed me loads of different ones, and let me try them on. These just felt instantly right! I can scramble over all terrain in them, they grip well in snow, they're waterproof and breathable thanks to the gore-tex meaning not too hot or too cold, loads of support, and I can honestly say I wore them for 7 days straight on Kilimanjaro, they coped with the extremes in temperature (30 by day, -20 by night), and by the end of it I didn't have a single blister the whole time.

My boots must have done a good a good 200 miles easily, and they're more comfortable than new, but still look like they did out the box!



Fantastic boot for UK fells
Reviewed By Oliver, 07 Feb 2013

Worn these boots over the past year on a number of walks on both flat ground and on some of the fells of the Lake District. Feet remained dry on even the wettest of days thanks to the Gore-Tex lining. Sole unit is really sturdy and has withstood a great deal of walking very well indeed. However, the boot is not too stiff as to be uncomfortable. All in all, a fantastic boot for a variety of uses.



A year on and still 5 out of 5 - Darren again
Reviewed By Darren, 09 Jan 2013

I was impressed with these boots from day 1 - and a year on I am even more impressed. I think I would break before they do. Comfortable, tough and watertight - especially after a years cleaning and waterproofing, the water just falls off.



Satisfied customer
Reviewed By Chris , 24 Sep 2012

For me the reveiw is more about the care and attention that I got when trying on these boots from the shop assistant. When I told him I have struggled with blisters for years his reaction was excellent after a hour of trying various types and different sizes of boots I was very pleased to walk out of the shop with these boots in my hand. So thank you for your patience.



Asolo Flame GTX
Reviewed By Darren, 06 Sep 2012

Fabulous boots. The staff enthusiastically recommended them before I bought. Felt comfortable straight away and have stood up to hundreds of miles walking in pretty damp conditions this year. Stayed comfortable and dry. Look pretty good too.



Superb walking boot
Reviewed By Ray, 09 May 2012

Superb boot comfortable hard wearing dependable really good fit ,looks good to a bonus



Sturdy upper, sole perhaps not so great
Reviewed By Jamie, 31 Oct 2011

Having heard these boots may take some time to wear in, I took them for a walk in the countryside first rather than the mountains. Initially the boots felt very supportive and I had no worries about kicking into rocks etc. The lugs aren't very deep so if you walk on mud they quickly fill up and aren't very grippy. Unfortunately a small part of the sole came away on this first walk, which didn't make me too confident about taking them anywhere technical so I returned these for refund.



Ideal for the Cumbrian fells
Reviewed By David, 26 Sep 2011

These boots offer two features that are important for me. The laces are easy to tie tight (for those who have inflexible fingers) and the boots give firm ankle support. They are comfortable straight from the box; no need to break in. They are ideal for walking the Cumbrian fells.



Top quality boots
Reviewed By Michael, 04 Jul 2011

I just had a weekend away doing walking/scrambling/bouldering in Derbyshire, and these are fantastic. They were comfortable, resilient and tough, not to mention waterproof, which came in useful when crossing fords. At the end of the weekend, with everyone else complaining of blisters, my feet were completely unaffected by the strenuous time they had.



Great pair of boots
Reviewed By Alistair, 09 May 2011

I recently bought these for a Duke of Edinburgh expedition, and having worn them solid for 2 days, am very pleased with my purchase. They are fairly breathable, as my feet weren't hot at all, and very comfortable. The GoreTex lining is also great, as having stepped in several puddles my feet remained waterproof. A great pair of boots at a fairly average price.



Great for narrow feet
Reviewed By Alvin, 06 May 2011

I bought these recently, so as I could get into scrambling. I went on a trek in the peak district, in kinder scout, I was very worried that my feet would end up with massive blisters, just like with other boots I've had. But even after a couple of hours of walking and a bit of scrambling(non-stop), these boots still fell uncomfortable and the grip is very good as well. I would recommend these boots to anyone who has narrow feet like me.These didn't need breaking in either...



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