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There'''There is a product just for this purpose !''' It was "Bison Marathon'''Bison Marathon'''", it then became "BisonB'''ison Liquid SoleSole'''", and I think its now called "Bison'''Bison Liquid RubberRubber'''". (Don't they love confusing us ?)
There'''There is a product just for this purpose !''' It was "Bison Marathon'''Bison Marathon'''", it then became "BisonB'''ison Liquid SoleSole'''", and I think its now called "Bison'''Bison Liquid RubberRubber'''". (Don't they love confusing us ?)
 
It flexibly fills the hole, and extended the life of a pair of my particular favourite shoes for a couple of years. Make sure the worn part of your shoe sole is as clean as you can possibly make it before applying. If the hole is right through, duct tape the inside first. Their web address is www.bison.net
 
A similar product is "Shoe Goo'''Shoe Goo'''"
A similar product is "Shoe Goo'''Shoe Goo'''"
 
Try Googling these names for hardware stores in your area.

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There is a product just for this purpose ! It was "Bison Marathon", it then became "Bison Liquid Sole", and I think its now called "Bison Liquid Rubber". (Don't they love confusing us ?) It flexibly fills the hole, and extended the life of a pair of my particular favourite shoes for a couple of years. Make sure the worn part of your shoe sole is as clean as you can possibly make it before applying. If the hole is right through, duct tape the inside first. Their web address is www.bison.net A similar product is "Shoe Goo" Try Googling these names for hardware stores in your area.

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