For years the only option for a repair sole for your designer shoes was a thick (and ugly) black rubber sole that a shoe repairer would glue onto your sole to make it last a lifetime.
Fast forward to 2017 and we have come a long way. Meet our newest product. The Clear Rubber Shoe Sole. Now you don’t need to worry about matching the color of the rubber repair sole to the color of your shoe sole.
The sole can be used on all colored soles on all designer soles for long lasting protection which won’t alter the original color of the sole. Because this sole is see-through.
It is a designer rubber sole that is ultra-thin made in a clear rubber. It has inbuilt grip and will cover the front part of the sole. Allowing the original shoe sole colour to show through. And the best part is that it is a long lasting and permanent solution.
Each pack contain two soles and each sole can be cut to the shape of your shoe sole. Made to fit shoe soles up to women size 42.
How do I apply the Soles? Well, for all of our rubber repair soles we suggest that you purchase the clear soles online at Save Your Sole. Then take the soles (with your shoes) to a repairer for a professional fit.
If you decide to apply the soles to the shoes DIY style – you will need clear glue (like Shoo Goo) and a pair of scissors to cut off the excess rubber around the edges of the sole. Just clean the sole and wait to dry. Apply glue to the shoe sole and to the rubber sole and apply pressure to attach to the shoe (time required will depend on glue used – please follow the instructions provided on the glue packaging). Use scissors to remove the excess rubber and smooth the edges. And you are done.
Available now to buy online now at Save Your Sole London
2 thoughts on “Meet our new Clear Rubber Shoe Sole. Made in Italy. Just for you.”
Hi. Mandla Langwenya from Swaziland in Africa in the South Sahara next to the Republic of South Africa. I am interested in getting a catalogue of you original shoe sole of a variety. I have been asking around with shops or shoe repairs about the original shoe sole and they have no idea where to get them as they repair shoes with the imitations (fong kong) sole which changes the look of the shoe and i personally do not like it. Hence i am interested in getting the original sole which i will then distribute in region. A catalogue will help me see what am looking for and then a plan on how i get them to Swaziland.
Will appreciate your assistance.
Hi Mandla – thank you for your comments. You can contact us on our website at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information