You will need
  • - acetone or gasoline;
  • - sandpaper
  • camera from the bike.
  • rubber adhesive;
  • - boot knife;
  • - soldering iron;
  • - kapron.
Gently clean the soles from dirt and dust. Thoroughly coat the inside crack surface with sandpaper. Wipe with acetone or gasoline to degrease.
Cut the edge of the sole around the crack to a width of 5-7 mm using a shoemaker's knife. The depth of cut shall be one millimeter.
Carefully measure the depth of cracks in mm. Add to this the value of 15 mm. Take the old bike camera, and cut from it a strip, the width of which will correspond to the result obtained.
Strip the strip with sandpaper. Degrease using gasoline or acetone. Miss a strip of rubber adhesive on both sides. While on the one hand the adhesive must cover the entire surface and one must leave the edges dry. The width of these edges should be 5-7 mm.
Take shoes that need repair, and bend it so that the crack on the sole as disclosed. Carefully apply glue to the damaged area and let it dry for 10-15 minutes. To close the rift when it should not.
Take a strip of rubber and bend it in half. Gently put in a broken sole and straighten shoes. Firmly press the edge of the strip protruding from the cracks to the bottom. Put the shoes under the load for 24 hours.
Repaired in this way, the shoes will serve you.
Pour a broken sole, molten nylon. Dry, clean and degrease the crack. Heat the soldering iron and slide it across the inside surface of the damage. The leather or rubber from which the sole will start to bubble and become sticky. Take a small piece of nylon, apply to the crack and press it with soldering iron. RUB the melted nylon in the damaged area. Repeat this process until until the crack is completely gone. Note that to spread the melted nylon does not need a hot nose of the soldering iron and its handle.