User Review: Asolo Yukon
Use: Backpack, peak bagging etc.
Break-in Period: 20-40 hrs (break feet into boots?)
Price Paid: ??? (were $230 in 1980)
Others have obviously had the same problem with the lining leather cracking & falling apart. Mine are now worn out, the second sole is worn out & the welt is worn & stitching going -- but the uppers are in great shape -- the best outer leather on any boot I've had except Galibier Super Guides.
When I had them resoled, they came back about 1/2 size smaller than originally, so needed to change thickness of socks worn -- also had part of lining replaced at that time.
Over-all, I'd buy another pair if I could find them -- but I haven't seen any for sale for several years now. They were very good boots.
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