/ Sole repair

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Cheese Monkey - on 08 Oct 2012
I've got some fairly old Scarpas, that cost me 20 on ebay, fit me like a dream and have plenty of rubber left on them. However they're delaminating really badly now after some hardcore backpack abuse. I have attempted to repair them once, but I could do with some tips? Last time I cleaned it up, glued them up then bound them with tape to hold it together for 24 hours. Lasted 2 weeks, still better than nothing! But its starting to feel like only a matter of time before the entire sole blows off on a critical hold or something silly. Stronger glue reccomendations? Or just send them off for a professional job... I'm intending on buying something a bit more aggressive in the future, but these are ideal for 99% of routes that I do right now.
Woodman - on 09 Oct 2012
In reply to Cheese Monkey: Give http://www.feetfirst.resoles.co.uk a try.

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Terry James Walker - on 09 Oct 2012
In reply to Cheese Monkey: Give Torquill a shout @ llanberisresoles. You can probably send them to him, or he'll advise you how to do a better job maybe.
andyd1970 - on 09 Oct 2012
In reply to Cheese Monkey: I have just put My Scarpa charmoz in for new soles at cheshireshoe as someone recommended them to me. I aint had em back yet but they have been great so far as they had to get my soles in from Italy from Vibrams supplier!!!!
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JimboWizbo - on 09 Oct 2012
In reply to Cheese Monkey:

http://www.amazon.com/Soul-Repair-Rebuilding-Your-Spiritual/dp/0830834974

Also try meditation, Jazz music and long walks in the park

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