- Product Dimensions: 21.8 x 13.2 x 1.3 cm ; 200 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 204 g
- ASIN: B076X3GKSB
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 26 June 2018
- Customer Reviews: 68 customer ratings
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41,674 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
- #59 in Shoe Care Kits
+ $8.93 Delivery
- It can fix most of shoe sole for cutting the size you want.
- Rubber 1.0MM diamond pattern give it excellent slip resistance
- You can choose different colors
- The half sole thickness is 2mm and the heels is thickness is3.5mm
- Before you use a glue you best clearing your shoes outsole
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1.The half sole thickness is 2.00mm and the heel thickness is 3.5mm. 2.We can give you many colors choose. 3. We use is the top rubber. 4.One pair in one package. 5. Without the glue. 6. You can cutting the outsole and heels to fix your shoes.
Colour Name: Black
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I could walk through the process but here's the brake down : i fixed the hole by pluging it with foam sealing with gorilla glue. Heat gunned it dry, compressing with card board wrapped around with rubber bands.
I checked the hole it was water tight then proceeded to attach the replacement sole to the outer shoe insole with generous amounts of shoegoo on the rough side again wrapping the glued areas with card board and rubberbands for compression. I filled any gaps with excess foam which i dosed with additional glue.
After the outer areas dried sufficiently i glued the inner insole down with gorilla glue. the insole basically in a short time broke of again due to friction so i glued it down a 2nd time.
Additional patch work had to be done to fill gaps on the outer sole an replacement sole so i ended up filing it with gorilla glue but wasn't able to seal it up Nicely around the edges.
I tested it out only doing one side initially and noticed a decernable balance vertigo caused by the height difference. I eventually got use to it after awhile but it was like i had a limp or something when i was walking So i ended up installing the replacement on both shoes to stabilize that effect.
Overall the product does work but the effort required may not be worth it dependant on How much work is needed. I still wear these repaired shoes but now they act as my i don't care what happens to them shoes Lawn work, painting, construction, etc. Because the glue went all over the edges and there are areas where there are noticeable gaps with filler between the outer sole.
If i was to attempt this again i would trim the replacements smaller than the outer sole rather than match the sides plumb. I'd try to find something better to use as a gap filler maybe an modable epoxy puddy or some kind of sandable cement rather than just randomly shoving in material to take up space. The compression method i used wasn't good enough either as the glue just poured out the edges and didn't hold a strong bond. I really recommend having a table vice grip setup before attempting this for constant even compression. I think i should have dammed it up with cardboard to prevent over flow kinda like when one pours concrete. The shoegoo sets up kinda fast in minutes so that was another problem getting it on the sole, then adjusting to correct fit, adding compression, fitting the gap filler plumb.. cost wise i spent about $30 for glue, extra fillers would cost more too, so it kinda depends what your shoes are worth to you as i could have bought a cheap new 2nd pair for that price.
Cons: Brown instead of black, so on close inspection you can tell there was a repair. Wish they had a recommended glue to match the heel. Came with few directions.
The long story: When the right heel in my $100+ Clark’s ankle boots I wear daily to teach in wore down to nothing I hoped replacing the piece would be a lasting cheap fix. I cleanly cut off the old heel, then cut this to match the sole and glued it on, first with Lacolite shoe repair glue and then Shoe Goo, waiting 72 hours between gluing and use and holding the heel to the boots with rubber bands while drying. Make sure you glue the smooth side of the sole to the shoe and have the rough side out, there was no directions which side to glue. I wore the boots first a week, then the heel broke off, then on second gluing for a month 3-5 times a week before the heel broke off. Both times the glue stayed on the shoe and not the heel part. As a teacher I am on my feet all day, so if I had a desk job the heels may have stayed on longer between gluing.
Glued, clamped and left overnight. Been wearing them every day with NO problems.
Only time will tell how long these last.
One last thing, was my Grandfather was a shoemaker from Poland. He showed me how to cut and shape the soles of the shoes. Back then, the new soles were sewed on with a special machine. The repair feels the same.
I am very happy.