Why our soles are so important for your shoes!

When people first hear about Save Your Sole they always ask how it works. It is simple.

Most designer shoes are made with a leather sole that is then painted with different colours to give a shiny finish to the bottom of the shoe. What they don’t tell you when you are in the shop trying to figure out which pair you love the most is that as soon as you leave the shop and put the shoes on your feet, the pretty colour starts to peel off the bottom of the shoes – almost instantly.

Really? Yes really. And just to prove our point here are a new pair of Christian Louboutin shoes and a beautiful picture of some red soles – before they had hit the street.

Β And after just one outing they looked like this!

A sad state of affairs when you have spent so much money to get that perfect pair of shoes. Which is how we started. To make it easy for everyone who has been in this situation you can now buy the designer coloured rubber soles from Save Your Sole online to match the colour of your designer soles and they are shipped worldwide on the same day they are ordered.

All you need to do is take them to your favourite shoe repairer and like magic they look as new as the day you bought them.

Our designer colour rubber shoe soles are the perfect colour match.

They are so thin that at 1.0mm you can hardly even see them on your shoe, will help you grip the ground when you are walking in those impossibly high heels and will perfectly match the colour of your shoe sole. And they are the perfect solution to your sole problem.

Buy online today at www.saveyoursole.co.uk

Save Your Sole – Saving the soles of designer shoes everywhere!

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