Shoe Goo

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Apr 2014
6:03pm, 28 Apr 2014
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jacdaw
Has anybody tried it? Does it work?

The front end of the sole on my favourite trail shoes has started to come adrift, and is likely to trip me up. Will shoe goo repair it, and will the repair last?

I probably won't wear the shoes for any more long events as I have a new pair, but I would like to keep them as spares / for shorter training runs.
Apr 2014
6:09pm, 28 Apr 2014
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RunningInCircles
It's not bad.
Use it on the bottom of my sandals to protect the toe knot.

Read the warnings on it though, it's nasty stuff. Use with appropriate caution :-)
Apr 2014
8:00pm, 28 Apr 2014
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jacdaw
That sounds good enough to me; it's only about 7 quid a tube.

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