/ re-sole rubber for climbing shoes
Alot of peeps use this stuff ; http://fiveten.com/products/accessories-detail/4280-stealthr-paint-kit
> Alot of peeps use this stuff ; http://fiveten.com/products/accessories-detail/4280-stealthr-paint-kit
... once. It's crap.
I dread to think how it would fare resoling a whole boot considering its total lack of ability to effect even minor repairs.
To op - have you resoled boots before? If not you might find this turns out to be an even more expensive solution than just buying new boots.
Fair doos , Not used it myself so wouldn't know but now you mention it the two repairs i have seen done with it didn't look too clever . 80S
Give Torquil at Llanberis resoles a serious consideration. He is very reasonably priced and recently did a very good job on resoling my Miruas at a very reasonable price. I got two pairs of shoes resoled and including p&p both ways plus a new toe rand on one shoe it came in at £75.
You can buy the rubber from these guys in germany: http://www.extremtextil.de/catalog/Accessories/Sole-rubber-sheets:::23_88.html
However by the time you've paid for postage and glue you won't be far off sending them to Torquil.
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