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    Default Has anyone tried these resoling hiker boots places.

    I walk on the outside of my heal so my Lowa boots are only good for about 500 miles. I see these places on the net that resole boots, are they any good?

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    Dave Page Cobbler does good work: http://www.davepagecobbler.com/

    Replaced the soles on my heavy bombproof Asolo hiking boots last year. $75+shipping. Seems well done but soon afterwards I switched to trail runners so I don't have a lot of miles on the new soles.
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    I've had good results with Dave Page as listed above as well as from Rocky Mountain Resole in Salida CO.
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    Very pleased with Dave Page cobbler in Seattle.

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    I thought I was saving good money when I sent my Aslo 520's away to an authorized repair shop that does a lot of business in resoling boots. The job was done well but the boots never felt the same again and not in a good way. I put about 50 miles on them but things didn't improve hen bought a new pair. Looking on the bright side, I've got a great pair of grass cutters.

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    Try these guys. cobcord.com. They resoled my boots, during my thru, in three days.
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    I have used these guys and have had excellent results and they are located in Virginia

    http://resole.com

    Resole America
    6876 Watson Court
    Warrenton, VA 20187

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