Replacing both the soles and heels of your shoes can be pricey, since they cover a large portion of the footwear. Leather soles are expensive and the process to replace them is laborious.
Toe pieces can be repaired with rubber or leather depending on your needs.
Leather soles and heels, albeit very strong, can also be damaged with continued use. However, replacing them is pretty quick. Most cobblers can offer this service usually within 48 hours, depending on how busy they are.
Leather soles and heels can be replaced when they wear out and you can choose whether you want your replacement stitched or unstitched. There are different qualities of leather available. A high grade leather will be more expensive, but will last longer.
The larger the heel replacement, the more costly it will be. The quality of material is another price factor.
Because of their composition, stilettos are more prone to breakage compared to other shoes. When that happens, you can go to a shoe repair shop and have them reattach your stiletto heel blocks. This usually involves adding screws and perhaps some glue to help the repair.
The cost of buying a new pair of quality walking boots can be high, therefore having them repaired with a quality sole makes good sense. You should be aware that a cheap, brand new pair of walking boots can often be bought for less than a quality repair, however they are often inferior quality and many find them uncomfortable. A complete resole repair can be a laborious process for the cobbler so the price often reflects this. Your boots current sole is patched or removed prepped and glued, and after the resoling process the boots are finished by hand, and then usually conditioned for waterproofing. The price guide quoted here is for the entire units. However it is often possible to get the heel or the sole repaired without replacing the entire unit. These repairs can be more cost effective and just as durable, but perhaps not quite as aesthetically pleasing.