Along with the development of the Radiant hiking platform, the Italian company Asolo this season will also not disregard its more popular line of mountain hiking boots, which are based on Anti-Shock technology. Already established models such as the Bajura GV, Shiraz GV and Lagazuoi GV will be joined by a pair of durable Taron GV trekking boots, which are built on the same platform but feature a lighter upper construction..
The top of the Taron GV hiking boots, which the manufacturer claims will be suitable for backpacking and trekking in the mountains throughout the year, is made by combining layers of natural waterproof leather up to 1.8 mm thick, Cordura nylon material, water-resistant softshell material from the Schoeller brand and a dense rubber rand along the bottom edge. Inside the boots, a smooth and porous lining leather is used, which on the outside protects the membrane of the Gore-Tex Performance Comfort Footwear series.
The insole of the boot has an anatomical shape with a basic heel support of the arch of the foot, consists of a flexible layer of foam and a thin layer of sweat-wicking fabric with antibacterial treatment. The sole of the boot has a multi-component structure, which is based on the Vibram Ascent TPU outsole. The cushioning pie forms a layer of dual-density EVA foam, which is complemented by a sealing layer in the central part and a polyurethane Anti-Shock overlay in the heel area.
Free sales of trekking boots of the Asolo Taron GV series should begin closer to the beginning of spring this year, three color options have already been announced for both men’s and women’s styles. The estimated cost of the boots starts at $220. The weight of a pair of medium-sized men’s boots does not exceed 1378 grams.
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