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95 / 100 based on 5 expert reviews
All-in-all, this is a powerhouse of a hiking boot from Asolo.
The weight and performance is very good for general hillwalking.
Classic style with good technical features.
The Asolo Womens Greenwood GV ML are the kind of hiking boots that you’ll want to be seen in.
Not one for lightweight freaks, but a great modern option for traditionalists looking for more comfort.
- The Asolo Greenwood GV, which is the 2018 update of the Tribe GV, is intended for all-season hiking. Just like its older sibling, it has a one-piece 2.4 mm Perwanger leather upper that works with a Gore-Tex liner for protecting the foot against wet elements.
- From its predecessor’s Radiant sole, the boot now features a Duo Radiant sole unit. The one responsible for cushioning is the double density EVA midsole. The other component is an outcome of the brand's collaboration with Vibram. It is designed with the outsole manufacturer’s Megagrip compound for durability and wet-surface and slippery ground traction.
The Asolo Greenwood GV is a high-cut hiker for men and women. Generally runs true to size, it comes in a range of regular lengths for men and women. The classic front lace-up grants the user a personalized fit. It is offered in D - standard for men and B - standard for women.
The traction of Asolo’s Greenwood GV comes from the Duo Radiant Outsole. The aggressive boots found in the heel area aids the wearer during descents. The inside lateral section features bold designs that control pronation and enhance support. It is designed with channels that shed water and other unwanted elements that lead to slipping. The outsole also extends upward in the front for forefoot protection.
The Duo Radiant midsole of the Greenwood GV has two components. The bottom one is a soft layer that absorbs shock. It also stretches from the rear to the forefoot to grant comfort. The top layer is denser so that it can provide stability to the user.
Another set of midsole components are the Asoflex 00 MR lasting board and the Lite 2 footbed. They work together in promoting a proper gait cycle.
The 2.4 mm Perwanger leather upper is a water-resistant component that works with the Gore-Tex Performance Comfort liner for water protection. The waterproof-slash-breathable membrane can manage both cold and warm conditions.
There is a toe cap that serves as the defense of the Gore-Tex boot from abrasions and shield of the foot from accidental impacts from the front. The lace-up closure includes metallic hardware comprising D-rings, eyelets and hooks. Easy on and off is possible with the heel tab at the back.