Back in 2014, Rock and Ice magazine announced the winners of the B.I.G. (best in gear) awards, and the Asolo Eiger, a boot that rolled out in 2013, won for the boot category. Six B.I.G. awards are given out each year for new products that are innovative, high quality, are good values and have withstood the rigors of field testing. The Eiger won for being the lightest weight boot in its class—it is an insulated single boot that climbs technical ice and mixed terrain.
The bombproof nylon uppers resist sharp crampons and rough stone while the Gore-Tex Duratherm lining supplies waterproof and breathable protection with reliable warmth. In addition, the carbon and KEVLAR® Asoframe lends all the support your automatic crampons demand with minimal weight.
- Polyamide and microfiber uppers offer a high level of abrasion resistance
- Gore-Tex Duratherm lining guaranteed waterproof and breathable protection with winter-worthy warmth
- Carbon and KEVLAR® Asoframe provides the rigidity needed for crampons with minimal weight
- Dual density micro-porous midsole with a PU insert absorbs the shock of rough terrain
- Lite 3 anatomic footbed follows the contours of your foot for all day comfort
- SuperFabric gaiter zips and straps around the uppers to eliminate snagged laces
- Vibram Mulaz rubber outsole provides secure traction on loose trails and rock
- Compatible with automatic crampons
Stop by The American Legion Hall at the Michigan Ice Fest and demo a pair!