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Heel of shoe is worn out of both shoes,bought them march 2011 adidas tour 360 size 11. they are my sons who is fifteen and golfs a lot.

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The heel can be replaced at a shoe repair shop. The golf course can tell you where they can be fixed. Not all have the parts needed to fix these.

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The accompanying low cut Vespa GS is a perfect example of how a clean and simple sneaker can transcend the sum of its parts.
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1) take a bucket of warm water

2) dip solution of soap in the bucket of water

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well,what i would do is i would stick a band or two on the back of my heel where its hurting me.try that and if that doesn't work try loosing your lases and removing the sole in your shoe then apply a band aid.

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