You can buy stick-on soles from the web or from stores if you want to try fixing your shoes at home. However, if you want to be sure about the results, dropping by a shoe repair shop would be a better move. They can attach stick-on soles for you for just around £16. If your shoes have other damages, they might also charge extra to fix them all. However, there can also be discounts if there are many things to fix on your shoes. Stitching, patching and sticking all have individual rates, but your cobbler can also give you an overall fee to fix everything.
Gents Stick-on Soles
Stick-on soles are there to provide anti-slip properties for the shoes and also to remedy small tears on soles before the damage gets worse.
If you haven’t been to a shoe repair shop before, consider choosing an independant one as they may charge less. Bigger repair companies tend to be more expensive as they have bigger overheads. Nevertheless, there’s no harm in doing research and comparing prices before you decide on a shop.