Shoe Goo – The Solution to Torn Up Skate Shoes…
Since 1972, Shoe Goo has offered a strong and versatile adhesive developed by Lyman Van Vliet in the USA. As a tennis player, Van Vliet was dissatisfied with the durability of the soles of his tennis shoes and developed Shoe Goo to extend the life of his shoes.
Shoe Goo in Skateboarding
Shoe Goo has become famous in the skateboarding industry for it's ability to greatly prolong the life of Skate Shoes. Skateboarding is known for tearing through shoes faster than practically anything else. Next time you get a hole in the suede or sole of your shoes, simply apply a dab of Shoe Goo to the damaged area, wait 24 hours for it to harden, and your shoes will be sealed back up with an extremely durable compound. It can also be used to hold soles onto shoes due to its adhesive qualities.