Verdict from 14 user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • The Asolo Landscape GV LTH has gotten lots of praise for being impressively lightweight.
  • Customers rave about these outdoor boots' GORE-tex waterproof construction
  • They are also amazed by how comfortable it feels after a short break-in period.
  • Some long-time Asolo users swear by its durability. One hiker has used it for years and never had a problem.
  • Outdoor lovers admire the Vibram outsoles that work well on slick surfaces.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Some hikers say the shoe is lacking in breathability.
  • One reviewer notes that the Asolo Landscape GV LTH doesn’t have enough arch support.

Bottom line

Ideal for day hikes, overnights, and thru-hikes, the Asolo Landscape GV LTH is well-loved for its durable construction and lightness. Safe to say, this shoe got some of the best qualities of a hiking boot in the look and feel of a running shoe. Features like the GORE-tex membrane and Vibram outsole are all to look forward to in these Asolo hikers

However, it’s expected for a tough waterproof boot to have less breathability. In addition, it isn’t the right option for people looking for a hiking shoe that provides ample arch support.

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Good to know

-These lightweight hikers from Asolo feature water-resistant suede uppers, Gore-Tex® Extended Comfort lining, and Vibram® Megagrip technical soles.

-They are also constructed with mono-density EVA midsoles that offer a good level of support and cushioning.

Asolo Landscape GV LTH is a lightweight hiker for men and women.  Since it’s made with leather upper, you can get a snug fit after breaking it in. The shoe also uses a standard lace-up closure system to keep your foot tight and secure as you explore the outdoors. Moreover, Asolo hikers are built using 16 different lasts to meet different anatomical features and fit characteristics.

This hiking shoe from Asolo features the Vibram Megagrip technology which was developed for users who constantly find themselves stepping on slippery surfaces. Megagrip is designed by Asolo and made by Vibram, which is a trusted company for manufacturing high-performance rubber. It’s also used for other premium hiking and mountaineering boots.

Vibram Megagrip outsoles are known for their strong grip and traction on both dry and wet terrains. The self-cleaning lugs ensure that you don’t carry dirt, mud, and debris with you as you go on with your hike.

Asolo Landscape’s hiking shoe is made with mono-density EVA midsole. EVA, which stands for ethel vinyl acetate, is a synthetic material that has certain qualities that make it highly suitable for hiking footwear. They include stress and crack resistance, waterproofness, shock absorption, flexibility, and softness (cushion). And since it’s a low density, EVA is a very lightweight foam.

Featuring a suede upper, the Asolo Landscape GV LTH is a stylish shoe that provides a good level of protection against the elements. It’s lined with GORE-tex waterproof membrane to keep your feet dry throughout your hike. You can hop in muddy puddles or cross streams without worrying about getting wet and cold. 

Like all other new Asolo hikers, the Landscape GV LTH has been developed using 16 different lasts. Each one is specifically designed to match defined user criteria, specific anatomical features, and fit characteristics. 

For added protection against the elements and impact, this hiker is equipped with a TPU toe cup. This specific type of composite toe cup provides better comfort than a steel cup, is lighter, and does not conduct heat as much as steel.

This hiking footwear uses a standard closure system. The heel loop makes slipping on and off the shoe quick and easy, while the gusseted tongue helps keep the debris and water out from entering your hiker through the lace eyelets.

How Landscape GV LTH compares

This shoe: 74
All shoes average: 82
57 96
This shoe: $180
All shoes average: $206
$45 $495
This shoe: 16.6oz
All shoes average: 20.9oz
8.3oz 43oz
Paul Ronto
Paul Ronto

Paul loves adventure. Over the past 20 years, he has climbed, hiked, and ran all over the world. He’s summited peaks throughout the Americas, trekked through Africa, and tested his endurance in 24-hour trail races. He has worked in the outdoor industry as a whitewater and hunting guide, gear tester, copywriter, and outfitting specialist at places like The National Outdoor Leadership School, No Barriers USA, and Sierra Trading Post. He has been quoted in NYMag, NBCNews, and Business Insider to name a few.