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  • Dries to a flexible, rubber-like consistency
  • Seals, bonds and never becomes brittle or cracks
  • Also works well to seal seams and welts

Made in USA.

Flammable item - must be sent via surface (ground) shipping. Sorry, no air shipping. Can not be sent to Alaska, Hawaii, APO, FPO or international addresses.

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Best Use Hiking
Rated 5 out of 5 by from better than duck tape! Shoe Goo has saved me more money and trouble than one can imagine. - When my favourite KEEN sandals started coming apart, SHOE GOO to the rescue. They are still holding together after a year of HARD use.- When I noticed my kayak bulkhead was leaking, for lack of a better product (Lexal, etc.) I used SHOW GOO as an experiment. It made a great bond between the plastic and foam of the boat. Waterproof, strong, yet flexible. Also great for gluing anchors in a poly canoe.Good for repairing neoprene sprayskirts too. [...]
Date published: 2009-03-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from shoe POO I have used this stuff for years, but have come to the conclusion that's it's a poorly designed product. Once you use it a few times, the metal tube starts to get creases in it, then the glue leaks out and dries out. Once on the shoes it doesn't last that long either. Do yourself a favor and go buy some heavy duty silicone and a caulk gun from the hardware store. Much cheaper, easier to use, and reusable.
Date published: 2012-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Indispensible for Most Running Shoes I am a middle aged runner who puts in about 9 miles/week, that is three 30 minute runs every week, 12 months a year, come rain, snow, heat waves or whatever. I used to compete but now I just run for health and relaxation. At my level of running, is it really necessary to change shoes every 3 - 4 months? No, of course not, yet in most running shoes that I have purchased over the last 10 years, the sole starts to separate in as little as 6 months. Shoo goo will reliably glue back your shoe sole when it starts flapping despite the fact that the rest of the shoe is in fine shape, including the tread on the sole! I do find the product somewhat difficult to use but I suppose that is inevitable when you are trying push a thick glue within a sole that has partly come off. The repair usually lasts me between 3 - 6 months by which time the shoe is finally worn out or I may do another repair. Perhaps there is a better shoe glue out there (I would certainly like to know) but shoe goo has cut my running shoe purchases in half.
Date published: 2008-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked Great I used Shoe Goo to reattach the separating soles of my 20+ year old Vasque Sundowners, that I use for working around the house. I squeezed a generous amount of Shoe Goo in between the sole and the boot and then ran a "bead" where the boot connects with the sole. After clamping overnight, the connection was very solid. Overall, the product worked great, and for $6 I will be able to get some additional use out of the boots before they are retired.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very tacky product -- in a good way. The Sheo Goo worked well for repairing my Tevas and my car. The glues sets relatively fast and is amazingly strong. I've used it several times over the years and it holds up. :)
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor product and cheap packaging I bought this to repair a pair of snow boots. The bottom seal immediately busted open when I squeezed the tube, getting goo everywhere. I was able to get enough goo out to fix the boots, and rei refunded me no questions asked, great customer service from them. As for my boots, the goo peeled off after about 3 miles of hiking. Avoid this product, superglue is probably your best option.
Date published: 2016-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My shoes is GLUED! The rubber toe section of my hiking boots was starting to separate from the suede part of the boot. Shoe Goo was recommended by an REI employee. I am so far impressed with it's adhesion. My boots have since walked through a stream and done trail work on a very muddy day So far, so great.
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sorry I did not find it sooner. I have been using Shoe Goo to repair Vacuum cleaner hoses and so many other uses, too many to mention. Oh yes. I have used it on shoes aplenty and boy, it works so well. So nice to have a product today that does what it says it does.
Date published: 2016-07-09
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from better than duck tape! Shoe Goo has saved me more money and trouble than one can imagine. - When my favourite KEEN sandals started coming apart, SHOE GOO to the rescue. They are still holding together after a year of HARD use.- When I noticed my kayak bulkhead was leaking, for lack of a better product (Lexal, etc.) I used SHOW GOO as an experiment. It made a great bond between the plastic and foam of the boat. Waterproof, strong, yet flexible. Also great for gluing anchors in a poly canoe.Good for repairing neoprene sprayskirts too. [...]
Date published: 2009-03-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from shoe POO I have used this stuff for years, but have come to the conclusion that's it's a poorly designed product. Once you use it a few times, the metal tube starts to get creases in it, then the glue leaks out and dries out. Once on the shoes it doesn't last that long either. Do yourself a favor and go buy some heavy duty silicone and a caulk gun from the hardware store. Much cheaper, easier to use, and reusable.
Date published: 2012-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Indispensible for Most Running Shoes I am a middle aged runner who puts in about 9 miles/week, that is three 30 minute runs every week, 12 months a year, come rain, snow, heat waves or whatever. I used to compete but now I just run for health and relaxation. At my level of running, is it really necessary to change shoes every 3 - 4 months? No, of course not, yet in most running shoes that I have purchased over the last 10 years, the sole starts to separate in as little as 6 months. Shoo goo will reliably glue back your shoe sole when it starts flapping despite the fact that the rest of the shoe is in fine shape, including the tread on the sole! I do find the product somewhat difficult to use but I suppose that is inevitable when you are trying push a thick glue within a sole that has partly come off. The repair usually lasts me between 3 - 6 months by which time the shoe is finally worn out or I may do another repair. Perhaps there is a better shoe glue out there (I would certainly like to know) but shoe goo has cut my running shoe purchases in half.
Date published: 2008-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked Great I used Shoe Goo to reattach the separating soles of my 20+ year old Vasque Sundowners, that I use for working around the house. I squeezed a generous amount of Shoe Goo in between the sole and the boot and then ran a "bead" where the boot connects with the sole. After clamping overnight, the connection was very solid. Overall, the product worked great, and for $6 I will be able to get some additional use out of the boots before they are retired.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very tacky product -- in a good way. The Sheo Goo worked well for repairing my Tevas and my car. The glues sets relatively fast and is amazingly strong. I've used it several times over the years and it holds up. :)
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor product and cheap packaging I bought this to repair a pair of snow boots. The bottom seal immediately busted open when I squeezed the tube, getting goo everywhere. I was able to get enough goo out to fix the boots, and rei refunded me no questions asked, great customer service from them. As for my boots, the goo peeled off after about 3 miles of hiking. Avoid this product, superglue is probably your best option.
Date published: 2016-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My shoes is GLUED! The rubber toe section of my hiking boots was starting to separate from the suede part of the boot. Shoe Goo was recommended by an REI employee. I am so far impressed with it's adhesion. My boots have since walked through a stream and done trail work on a very muddy day So far, so great.
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sorry I did not find it sooner. I have been using Shoe Goo to repair Vacuum cleaner hoses and so many other uses, too many to mention. Oh yes. I have used it on shoes aplenty and boy, it works so well. So nice to have a product today that does what it says it does.
Date published: 2016-07-09
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