Monday, September 29, 2008

Protect the Soles of Your New Shoes

A relatively recent innovation in the shoe repair industry is the protective sole. This is a very thin rubber sole that is applied over the existing sole of the shoe to make it longer wearing. The rubber is so thin that it doesn't change the feel or the appearance of the shoe. Protective soles make shoes more slip resistant. Anyone who has walked on carpet or tile with brand new leather soled shoes can appreciate that. This is great for safety, but also for wear. You can just keep replacing the protective sole and never wear into the leather sole. This product is great for men and women's shoes

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