Verdict from 5 user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • A hiking aficionado praised the right-out-of-the-box comfort of the Asolo Lagazuoi GV.
  • The quality construction of the boot was appreciated by an expert.
  • According to an impressed wearer, the height of the cuff protected his ankle during his outdoor adventure. He said that it did not interfere with the movement of his foot.
  • The sole was rigid enough to tackle challenging terrain, based on a written review.
  • The Gore-Tex lining protects the foot from wet encounters.

2 reasons not to buy

  • One reviewer wasn’t too satisfied with the weight of the Asolo Lagazuoi GV.
  • The breathability of this backpacking footgear was a tad disappointing, as mentioned by a user.

Bottom line

The Lagazuoi GV from Asolo proved itself as a boot ready for backpacking adventures. Its immediate comfort was admired, and it was able to protect and provide a secure foothold even on difficult trails. However, there are still features that need improvement. One of that is its breathability which failed to appease. Taking everything into account, the Asolo Lagazuoi GV is a backpacking boot still worth giving a shot, especially since it was able to deliver a satisfactory performance on the trails.

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Good to know

  • To provide protection and comfort on the trails, the Lagazuoi GV has a one-piece leather upper with Gore-Tex lining. Asolo also designed it with a 360-degree rubber rand and combination eyelets.
  • It uses the Anti-Shock technology which treats the midsole and outsole as a unit. A high-density PU heel element is attached on the bi-density midsole for optimal shock absorption. These are placed on top of the Asolo/Vibram Ascent outsole which stabilizes, brakes and grips.

This mid-cut backpacking boot from Asolo caters to men and women. It generally runs true to size and is offered in standard width and lengths. There's a wide option for men as well. Its lace-up closure grants a snug fit and secure foot lockdown.

The Lagazuoi GV has an Asolo/Vibram Ascent outsole. Its broad lugs render stability and grip on varied surfaces. Its widely spaced tread pattern allows it to shed off mud and other trail debris. The toe and heel area are designed to have a larger surface contact for a more secure ascent and descent. 

Using a dual density rubber microporous midsole, the Asolo Lagazuoi GV creates a shock absorbent and comfy ride. A high-density polyurethane (PU) insert is added on the heel for optimal energy return. 

Its lasting board is an Asoflex 00 MR which renders underfoot rigidity for a more stable ride. The Lite 2 anatomic footbed enhances comfort.

The one-piece construction of the upper of Lagazuoi GV uses a 2.4 - 2.6 mm nubuck leather. It has a Gore-Tex Performance Comfort lining which allows the foot to breathe and be protected from water encounters. Its cuff and tongue are padded for comfort while a full rubber rand reinforces its design. Likewise, it’s lacing hardware includes a combination of hooks and D-rings.


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