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Re: Shoe Goop

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I use that stuff for patching my trunk bag. It dries to a durable rubbery material that won't scratch the paint and protects the partially worn fabric. I'm thinking about using it on my shoe rain covers. I'm forever wearing out the bottom of the covers walking on them, even though the fabric is made of Kevlar. Wish me goop luck. B)

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15 minutes ago, donkpow said:

I use that stuff for patching my trunk bag. It dries to a durable rubbery material that won't scratch the paint and protects the partially worn fabric. I'm thinking about using it on my shoe rain covers. I'm forever wearing out the bottom of the covers walking on them, even though the fabric is made of Kevlar. Wish me goop luck. B)

I need that!  I am disappointed in my new(ish) Rockfish (Rockport) shoes that wore holes in the heels well before they were too rounded to wear, so they went from being totally wickedly amazingly waterproof to soggy. :(  Where do you buy it? Oh wait, I know the answer.  Amazon - the Mr. Haney of the 2010s.

 

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