Updates to Asolo Agent Evo GV

  • Asolo updates the Agent Evo GV with the Asolo/Vibram Synthesis outsole made of Megagrip compound. Atop this unit is a high-density EVA foam midsole which absorbs shock and renders durable cushioning. The Lite 2 plus footbed is added for more support.
  • A full-leather upper with a Gore-Tex laminate wraps the user’s foot without hindering flexibility. A rubber toe cap, cushioned collar and tongue add up to the features of the upper.

Size and fit

The Asolo Agent Evo GV is a day hiking shoe for men. It is offered in regular sizes and standard width. Its classic lace-up closure allows customization for a snugger fit. It fairly runs true to size.


This weatherproof hiking shoe features the Synthesis outsole which is a product of an Asolo-Vibram collaboration. The unit is made of Megagrip compound which balances stability and flexibility. Additionally, its self-cleaning lugs shed off mud, granting traction even on bumpy terrain.


To render a cushioned and supportive ride, Asolo uses a lightweight high-density EVA foam in the midsole of the Agent Evo GV. Its new generation compound grants an elastic and shock absorbent ride. Also, the Lite 2 plus footbed enhances underfoot support.


The upper of the Agent Evo GV is made of water-resistant 1.6 - 1.8 mm suede leather. It is lined with Gore-Tex Extended Comfort laminate, in which through its non-insulated construction offers comfort whether indoor or outdoor.

Its padded cuff and tongue yield a comfortable in-shoe feel. Punched eyelets and a pair of webbed eyelets contribute to secure foot lockdown. A reinforced toe area shields against accidental knocks. A finger loop at the heel is added which assists in donning it on and off. 

Facts / Specs

Weight: 16.6oz
Use: Light Hiking
Cut: Low cut
Features: Lightweight / Lace-to-toe / Orthotic friendly / Removable insole
Waterproofing: Waterproof
Width: Normal
BRAND Brand: Asolo

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