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Go ahead and try, but don't get your hopes up. I took a pair once to a shoe/luggage repair place we use. He looked at them handed them back to me and said "shoe goo". Some of the more expensive boots that have soles that are sewn on can be re-soled, but most modern boots that just have glued-on soles can't be.Outdoor Lover wrote:Do you think if I took them to a cobbler that maybe they could do something that might guarantee to hold? I mean if they can resole boots, you would think that they could reattach them and have them work like new.....?
Viva la Teva!!Al_HikesAZ wrote:Some people have told me that Teva Sandals can be really comfortable.
One of the main causes of separation is that the midsole has deformed. Once that has happened, the resulting modified distribution of stress pretty much dooms regluing to a brief lifespan.Tough_Boots wrote:I've used goo quite a few times and it always seems like just a temporary fix. I've used it for around the outside where the nubuck tends to start coming off of the soles.