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Fitflop sole repair

Sole replacment

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The sole can be repaired. If you don't have soling material available, the best choice is to take it to a shoe repair shop and have it looked at there.

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My fitflop shoes beads came off ... The sole is perfect the top attached to the sole is a bit shaky but manageable.. It's the beeds that are coming off that's the problem... Is there a place I can go to...


lol REALLY you got a pair knock offs made in your country where most knock offs are made and theres not a shoe repair anywhere? Im just stumped

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Any shoe repair shop can fix this. I can't tell you exactly what to do to fix this because you don't say if it the toe post or if it is the upper.

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They sure can. If you don't have soling material in your basement, the best choice is to take it to a shoe repair shop for them to fix them for you.

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Defective or not?


It sounds like this is a defect. can you return them?

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I would say that most better quality shoe repair shops can do this work. If the ad in the yellow pages says something about doing orthopedic work, I would hazard a guess you have the right place!

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Can you get fitflops re-soled?


You can get them resoled. A shoe repair shop can help you with this unlesss you have some shoe findings at your house. In that case, a Helmitin glue might be the best and a vibram full outsole. Grind the old outser sole off with your finisher and make sure that it is even. Put the glue on both sides and then put the sole on and put it in the press at 1-1.5 torr

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