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Stick on soles
on 1 October 2012
A flexible sturdy rubber, obviously nothing on getting your shoes professionally done, but very good value for money.
Just a little bit of advice, I would reccomend sticking the soles on whole first and then cutting them with a craft knife when dry, as this makes sure the soles will be tightly glued right up to the edge. The glue dries very rubbery and elasticy (a bit like shower sealant) so you can use a fair bit to make it stick. Clothing pegs are useful while the shoes are drying to keep the sole in place and to keep the sole flat to the shoe.