Different shoes have different repair requirements. Before we choose the materials for your footwear we assess:
- Original construction
- Tread profile
- Intended use.
We aim to return your shoes with an 'improved wear factor'. We have years of experience in making the right choice, and are happy to discuss our recommendations and options with you.
This diagram describes the anatomy of a typical shoe; you may find some of these terms useful to describe the repairs that you need.
ANATOMY OF A SHOE
TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF OUR SHOE REPAIRS
Replaced buckle elastic.
Stitched split seams and replaced broken button.
Thin rubber sole to protect the leather.
Reheeled, resoled, and repaired scuffs.
Hard wearing protector sole and toe plates.
Repaired with a complete new unit.
Repaired, and replaced with new heel caps.
Resoled and heel build up.