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Vibram

Vibram Rubber Half Soles Replacement, No Color, Size Large

Vibram

Vibram Rubber Half Soles Replacement, No Color, Size Large

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Product Description Product Description
  • One pair
  • Black color
  • Non slippery, waterproof rubber half soles
  • Size is 5 x 7 inches each one
  • Good for even the bigest size shoe.
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Very stiff: Don't use on flexible shoesThe soles are very stiff rubber, so they probably work great (if glued properly) on dress shows, which tend to be stiff on the soles.I bought these replacement soles to get extra mileage out of a pair of Merrell shoes, which are very flexible at the ball of the foot. After carefully adhering the soles (sanding the surfaces, using Barge cement, waiting 24 hours), one of the soles came off within hours, as a shoe nicked a brick. Nuts!So I ended up buying another pair of Merrells. 2Great protection for my leather outsolesIf you re like me that takes a lot of care in their boots this product is right for you. I have no shoe cobbling experience but I got the job done. The process is pretty straightforward. Just watched a couple of youtube videos. Saved my self money and my outsole. Just need a very sharp blade, pen, 150 grit sandpaper and contact cement. Can t go wrong with vibram! 5we make sure to never run outI'm a professional cobbler and we stock these all the time, we make sure to never run out because in our opinion its one of the best protective half soles out there. They are thin and they are supposed to be used to extend the life of your lightly worn shoes and not to patch up shoes.To install:1. line up this vibram half sole to your shoe sole and mark were you are going to place it and line up to make sure the pair are going to be identical2. rough up and/or sand both the shoe sole and the vibram half sole where you are going to put on the contact cement3. use only barge contact cement or anything stronger like renia kelbfest as the adhesive, shoe goo will not work and it will separate in just a couple wears4. apply contact cement and let dry about 15-30min (depending on directions of the cement) until tacky then apply half soles to shoe soles5. once half soles are applied, let dry at least 12 hours6. trim with heavy duty scissors or x-acto knife7. finish edge with 150 gt sandpaper, then 220 gt to make a nice edgeThese are probably the easiest job we do, but someone without the right tools will have a hard time getting it right. 5Fixed my bootsI used these soles to repair my cowboy boots with cracked leather soles. I trimmed the half soles to slightly oversize and then glued them to my boots using Barge all purpose cement. As others have noted, a Dremel tool with a drum sander is perfect for finish sizing the soles to the shoe. The only issue I had was that the boot soles were worn with rounded edges. Thus, leaving a visible edge gap between the new sole and the boot. I filed the gap with black silicone sealer and the finished job looks great. I hope the sole hold up for a long time. 4Vibram is the best, just be sure to follow instructions on the glue package.Make sure the old sole is clean and dry, make sure you have good glue, (I use Barge's) but any good contact cement will work, make sure to follow directions carefully and most importantly, make sure to clamp it well. soles of shoes are seldom flat, so you have to use enough clamps to make sure of good tight bond over the entire surface of the sole. Then be patient, let it set for at least 12 hours to bond. Trimming can be difficult. I used heavy scissors, but you may need a razor edge and you need to be very careful, Vibram is very tough stuff, if the knife slips under the heavy load that you will need to cut it,,, well, just be careful. Good luck! 5Warning: DIY skills requiredPretty decent sent of replacement soles, but you definitely need to have some DIY skills to use these replacement soles than simply bringing your shoes to the cobbler. Its hard to cut the soles after they've been glued to the shoe, so cut it as close to fit as possible. You'll need a pair of heavy duty sheers. I ended up using a flush trim finishing router bit to trim the replacement sole to the shoe after the glue has dried 4Pull Out the Duck TapeSo...yes, these rubber half soles are gigantic. It would be nice if they sold them for a specific size of shoe, but then again, this is where the skills of a cobbler comes in to play. The beautiful part though, is that they can easily be cut with a simple pair of scissors or an X-acto blade, which is what I used, in order to have precision.This is what I did: using "Shoe Goo", and please follow the directions, I generously covered both the rubber half sole as well as the sole of my shoe. Any excess amount can be wiped off. I then tried the best I could to center the half sole with the sole of my shoe, following the natural contours of my shoe. Just do your best since the excess material can be cut away easily. Press the two pieces together tightly, allowing the "Shoe goo" to naturally and fully spread.Get out the duck tape!I then literally wrapped the hell out of the shoe as tightly as I could using duck tape. Don't be modest with your duck tape. Wrap it tight!!! Don't be afraid of the "shoe goo" and the duck tape sticking together, cause they probably will, but it will also come apart when it's time.Allow 48 hours to cure properly...don't be impatient!Unwrap the duck tape and inspect the bond. It will be good, I promise. Just make sure to check for any small gaps. These can be easily fixed using a super glue of some kind.Pull out your X-acto blade and carefully, using the contours of your shoe, cut away the excess rubber material. Once you're satisfied, just use some fine grit sandpaper and gently blend it all together. To make it look even better, assuming you're using a black shoe, smear on some thick tar like shoe polish (such as kiwi shoe polish) to fill any gaps and to create a barrier.That's it guys! just be patient and try to think about and understand what it is you're doing. I have ZERO skills as a cobbler and my shoes came out great! 4Measure twice cut onceI think the product does what it supposed to. And that is to provide extra layer of protection on your outer soles. It does make my boots look thicker , more so like army boots. But doesn't matter, I know that it will protect the bottom of my boots where it will get lot of contacts. I'm no professional but look at what I did. I'm happy with the result overall. 5Good multi-use rubber patch.AN EXCELLENT RUBBER PATCH FOR - Shoes and other uses - Stiff enough to hold up well but flexible enough to use on the sole of my Flip Flops.Measures EXACTLY 1.85 mm or (0.073 in.). Hint - Use Barge All Purpose Contact Cement to glue them; It's the strongest contact cement on the market. Just follow directions. 5Does the jobI am tough as heck on my footwear and switched from a casual wear to a business casual job. I wanted at least one pair of leather footwear without a wedge sole or lugsole. Out of my 8 pairs, only my Red Wing Pesos fit the bill, but those are not fun for the back after 8 hours of standing.The nicest shoes all had leather soles, I absolutely destroyed the leather soles in a few hours. I am not used to having to look where I walk.I decided to attach a pair of these to my shoes and use some screws from my cobbler as an extra bit of attachment.Super easy to cement these on, trim the excess, and then use my bench sander to thin it towards the edges. Also recommend roughing them a bit before trying them on smooth surfaces, as they are squeaky and slippery at first.Can't even see them unless I pick my feet all the way up to show you. Ugly on the bottom, but saved me $100 on having my cobbler do other modifications.Will update after this rainy season ends. 5
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