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Freesole Urethane Formula Shoe Repair by McNett


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  • Allow formula to cure overnight for basic applications and as much as 24 to 48 hours for larger repairs

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Product Description

Reattach a flapping piece of your boot's rubber sole, strengthen a worn-down area of your heel, or create a tough toe cap with McNett's Freesole Urethane Formula Shoe Repair. Just apply the formula to any cleaned surface - it cures to a flexible thermoset rubber product that's flexible, abrasion-resistant, and waterproof.

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    I use it to repair boots, shoes, waders.
    Michael Hipp
    I have a great pair of hiking boots which I have been using for the last 12 years.
    Alex D. Katz
    I applied this product according to the directions and Eureka!
    MikeyrInKY

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. McSwain on September 19, 2008
    I have used this product for some time now, and it does what it claims to do - save your boot heels and soles. It does not come off, it is fairly dense and abrasion resistant, and is easy to use. Hot tips: use a permanent magic marker to color the heel edge where the clear Freesole shows, and be sure and get the Primer/Accelerator for a secure bond. I have to wear orthopedic arch inserts, and subsequently grind down the outer edge of each heel in about 2 months. I have paid from $35 to $75 to get them repaired (when I can find a shop that will work on Vibram soles). Now, in about 30 minutes of prep and application time, I can get 3 or 4 patches out of one tube of Freesole.
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    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Richard Middleton on April 14, 2011
    I first found Freesole when our daughters needed repairs on their stiletto heels. From there, I graduated to correcting excessive wear on the edges of heels or soles on our other shoes. It's also great for securing the loose ends of broken or unfinished stitches. Since Freesole will flow to any required shape, I branched out to filling in broken sections on my Volvo radiator grille, fixing loose powder baskets to ski poles, and many other uses. Our family has a lot of books: Freesole is an excellent means of reconstructing dilapidated book bindings (I am currently using it to reconstitute the spines on 80-year-old sheet music). In fact, it's good for just about any permanent repair where you can keep it in place while it sets up.

    There are some things you need to be aware of. To form shapes, or hold loose edges together, use removable paper tape, and peel off the tape before the Freesole is totally set. The cured material is slippery when wet, so when forming soles and heels mix in a little fine grit (usually available at the side of the road); if you are careful you may even be able to form a "Vibram" sole, using a 10D nail! The edges will slowly change color to brown; if that worries you, they can be covered with the paint used for plastic models (you can match most shoe colors; otherwise, matte black is a good general solution). Any smears or spills must be cleaned up as soon as possible, using rubbing alcohol; once set, they won't come off. And if you leave a tube uncapped, even briefly, it will quite quickly absorb moisture from the atmosphere and be set solid the next time you want to use it...

    Altogether, an essential product to have in any workshop.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Alex D. Katz on January 19, 2012
    I have a great pair of hiking boots which I have been using for the last 12 years. They are a pair of asolo boots which I think to be the best shoe I have ever owned and I have owned quite a lot of different models over the years.

    These pair of boots are extremely comfortable and since they are nice and broken in, provide great comfort and fit like a glove. The other day I noticed that on the left side boot, the sole seemed to me lifted and almost a quarter of the sole seems to be falling off. They still have quite a bit of traction left on them, so I couldn't see myself spending $325 dollars for a new pair.

    After visiting a few shoe repair stores, it wasn't looking very good and was told not much could be done. I was about to give up when a friend suggested I try this product before giving up. I gave it a shot with not much to lose and to my surprise, it completely fixed the sole and is stuck on so securely I would even trust it to go on one of my 40 plus mile hikes I have planned for the coming future.

    I read some bad reviews that state that the product is no good and hard to work with. Let me say that this rubber cement is amazin! I can't stand when a reviewer give a great product a bad name when it does exactly what it's supposed to do. In this case even better.mi was completely surprised by the results this glue gave me. I couldn't rip the sole off now if I tried my hardest.

    If you are looking to save those expensive shoes, boots or anything out there with a rubber sole, look no further. This stuff is amazing!!!
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By 734toddb on March 4, 2012
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    I wanted to take the time to share my comments on Freesole. I purchased this product to repair a cheap pair of boots I purchased about a year ago. The soles on both boots started to pull away leaving me to either trash the boots or repair them. After searching the internet for some time I came across Freesole and decided to give it a try. I applied Freesole to each sole and used duct tape to hold the sole in place and let dry overnight. The next day I inspected the area's where Freesole was used and was surprised how durable and strong this product is when dry. Still being a little skeptical I even tried to pull the sole away from the boot using some force and the sole wouldnt budge. I have since been wearing the boots for three weeks now and the Freesole is still holding. I dont write alot of reveiws but thought this product deserves it. One thing to keep in mind, the product dries very glossy so be careful not to get any on area's that are highly visible.

    Todd
    Ottawa Lake, MI
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Material Girl on June 1, 2012
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    This stuff works - I re-soled a pair of boots (that I ordered online and didn't expect that the sole is made of cardboard that wears out in no time - the boots themselves are leather and hold up fine). The boots had small cracks in the original sole. After generous application and proper curing time of this stuff, the soles of my boots survived even in the rain. I just wish it came in a larger tube. May have to buy some more for future shoe sole emergencies.
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