/ Resoling Rock Shoes
I've had several pairs resoled, they worked better after than before. So I'd say it was well worth it - but, of course, it depends who does it. Mine were always done by the bloke who has a van cum shop at the cemetery car park for the Trois Pignons - he has also done my mountain boots too, again well done and not expensive.
Maybe not convenient for you but just to say there is nothing wrong with the principal.
He's done other shoes for me and they've been better than new but I won't be getting Bandits done again - now he's put his prices up, it's not much more for a new pair. It might be a different decision if I was using £125 shoes but for the extra £30, I'd sooner have the a new pair that come with the added bonus of not smelling.
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