Originally Posted by a64pilot
Really, in only three years, I thought that stuff was indestructable. The interior in my boat is original, 27 yrs old but fabric is in stellar shape, foam has lost
a lot of it's cushion though, and I was seriously considering ultra leather as the fabric I have is in excellent shape, but style wise is obviously dated.
You shure it's real ultra leather?
I know. It's the weirdest thing. The wood finishes and ultra-leather took a bad hit condition-wise from something. The boat was stored on the hard
, we think in Trinidad, for at least one summer, and we had some experts guess the boat it was not climate-controlled and the finishes simply baked, or suffered from wide variations in temperature, and broke down. Have you heard of that happening?
I like the softness of ultra-leather alot - and generally it's quite durable - and think you would be making a good decision to go that way.