I have a pair of the top spec Sidis with Carbon sole. The front has that silly little red plastic part that is now wearing thin and not replaceable like the rear of the shoe. Therefore now means the carbon is now getting damaged at the very front. I want to know if people know of any hack they have done or where I could get a piece that I could try and glue or screw into it, maybe self-tapping screws or plastic dowels and fixed in with 2 part epoxy?
Any ideas my lovely people?
Most of my shoes have lots of pieces of rubber glued onto them to replace lost/worn bits
How did you attach the rubber to the sole? Is that a carbon fibre sole too?
Gorilla glue. Yes.
Depends on the bike. dealwithit.gif
I am fed up with sliding around on the bare parts of the soles,
when using stairs ,
or on rocks carrying the bike across a stream .
I ve been dreaming of using tubs glue to stick a lightweight Vibram sole on there.
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