We are sure that this summer you enjoyed some new adventures, explored new places or climbed new mountains with your Asolo boots!
We are ready to take care of your shoes!
For this, we are pleased to present to you our resoling service:
At Asolo we make all our footwear using the cemented construction method. Cemented construction is a traditional and complex shoemaking technique, where the upper is worked over the insole on a last before the outsole is attached with adhesive (cement) directly to the lasted upper. It requires a lot of craftsmanship and experience. The result is a very durable boot or shoe with outstanding stability and a long-lasting fit.
Cement-lasted footwear also has the advantage that it can be resoled over and over again. To do this the old sole is completely removed. This means that, if required, the full rubber rand can also be renewed. The new sole is then attached (cemented) directly to the upper.
If a boot is in a reasonable condition but the sole is worn it may benefit from a resole.
Where we make the resoling service: all the resoling are made in our Headquarter in Nervesa della Battaglia (Treviso, Italy).
What it is included in the resoling service: through the resoling procedure we change the outsole, midsole, toe cap or rubber rand (if present), laces and footbeds (if worn out).
What it is included in the resoling cost: the cost includes the resoling service and the transportation cost from our Headquarter back to you. What it is not included are the transportation cost from you to you which will be at your expensive.
How long it takes for the resoling: generally, it takes two weeks (15 working days) from the moments the shoes/boots arrive to our Headquarter. Please note that the service can require less or additional timing-as in the case of Christmas Holiday or Summer vacations which can slow down the procedure.
We remind you that for accessing to the service you need to be logged with your account, if you don’t have any, you can create an account before proceeding with the resoling request.