Forums Boots i ripped the shell of my soft boot
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    i have the 32 ultralights and have gotten a small rip in the shell. does anyone have suggestions for something to glue it back down to the inner shell? pereferably something water proof and flexible while cold. how about a rubber coating to cover the toe with to protect it from wear? is there such a product? where would i find it?

    thanks in advance.

    304 Posts

    Shoe goo might fix it. skateboarders put it on their shoes to make them last longer…

    89 Posts

    first thought was shoe goo.

    152 Posts

    buy one of those gore tex patch kits and slap it on there. They come with pretty large pieces and they’re cheap.

    621 Posts

    Another vote for shoe-goo, it even works on leather gloves 😆

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    I have experienced better performance from FreeSole vs. ShoeGoo. YMMV

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    620 Posts

    polyurethane construction adhesive (available in big tubes $8-10 you should be able to find it in a few colors) is pretty much the best that I’ve used that is flexible and doesn’t let go for a long time.

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    +1 on freesole over shooo gooo
    but if ya chek out a skate shop…. ummm hockey shop not skateboard, they mite have some ‘toe pro’ its nasty stuff but super durable and just a bit flexible, made for repairing hockey skates

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    89 Posts

    thanks for the tips guys.

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    Shoe Goo looses plasticity in the cold and will cease bonding to the boots.

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    89 Posts

    that was my second thought.

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