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About McNett Freesole Urethane Formula Shoe Repair, 1 oz Tube

Who's the toughest on shoes and boots in your house? Is it your kids, your adventurous spouse? Or is it you? No matter who tries to destroy their shoes first, McNett's Freesole can help you repair them even faster. Shoe soles coming apart? Freesole can fix it. Boot heel wearing down? Freesole's got you covered. Cleats need a little shoe glue? Use Freesole once and they're good for the long haul.

McNett's Freesole is different from other shoe repair glues. McNett's patented, urethane formula is made from the same material as your shoe soles for permanent repairs that outlast whatever abuse you can dish out. Freesole is flexible and waterproof. It's wear-resistant and unaffected by solvents. So it's perfect for reattaching soles, rebuilding toecaps or even restoring shoe heels to like-new condition. Freesole works on hiking boots, sports cleats, kids' shoes, climbing and running shoes just about every shoe in your closet. Don't replace expensive shoes with separating soles or worn down heels. Repair them fast with McNett's easy to use Freesole. This unique adhesive comes in a convenient 1 oz. (28 g) tube applicator and is made in the USA.

McNett Freesole Urethane Formula Shoe Repair, 1 oz Tube Features

  • McNett Freesole Urethane Formula Shoe Repair
  • Shoe Soles Coming Apart? Freesole Can Fix It
  • Boot Heel Wearing Down? Freesole's Got You Covered
  • Cleats Need a Little Shoe Glue? Use Freesole Once & They're Good for the Long Haul
  • Different from Other Shoe Repair Glues
  • Patented, Urethane Formula
  • Made from Same Material as Shoe Soles
  • Permanent Repairs that Outlast Whatever Abuse You-Can-Dish-Out
  • Flexible and Waterproof
  • Wear-Resistant and Unaffected by Solvents
  • Perfect for Reattaching Soles, Rebuilding Toecaps or Even Restoring Shoe Heels
  • Works On:
    Hiking Boots
    Sports Cleats
    Kids' Shoes
    Climbing and Running Shoes
  • Don't Replace Expensive Shoes
  • Convenient 1 oz. (28 g) Tube Applicator
  • Made in the USA

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Mostly Wonderful


from Henderson , TN, US

Made both cracked soles of my Birks reliable for overseas wear. Repair of Hiking boots not tested. Repair of cheap nylon soles failed. Possibly my error.


Freesole is an excellent product.


from Kreamer, PA, US

We have used this McNett Freesole to repair the soles of sneakers; however, we have used it on new hiking/hinting boots to seal the stitching and rubber rand on probably 10 pairs. This extends the life of the boots significently. When boots are new take Zippo lighter fluid and an old toothbrush to clean all areas to be sealed. Let dry for several hours. Now take the freesole and coat all the stitching and around the rubber rand. Let dry for a minimum of 24 hours. Now I spray the boots with a high grade silicone water-proofing two or three times in 24 hours. Let the boots dry a minimum of two hours between the silicone treatments. We may give the boots 4 to 6 treatments over two or three days. Now we set the boots outside on blacktop in the hot sun so the boots become warm.-( A hair dryer could be used if hot sun is not available). We now brush Montana Pitch Blend on all the leather. We have found this process to really extend the life and function of the boots. Leather boots really resist absorbing water and remain soft and comfortable.


Gret "Extend the Life" approach for shoes!


from Charlotte, NC, US

I have used Freesole for years to improve and extend the life of my walking/running shoes. It really works and I so appreciate having a reliable source to secure future tubes. Thanks for a great product!! P A Halas


The best for shoes


If you have shoes that the soles are falling off of, this is the only glue to use. Shoe Goo, rubber cement, Gorilla Glue, etc. all fail after a little use. This stuff, if used as directed, really lasts.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
DAVID F  great product saves hiking and running shoes
Shopper  is one tube enough to repair 2 shoes?
Donald S  For repair and seam seal but no heel build up, one tube fix five pairs with some left.
robert M  I would say 2 tubes as I used a tube and a half on my pair. The plus side is that it is a great product and I used it to repair vinal verticles.
John W  That depends on what you mean by repair. I've used it on trail running shoes and it works great.
J Patrick R  Yes, one tube should more than cover 2 shoes. I use it to bulid up worn heels and sometimes soles. The repair lasts longer than the original heel material. Build a heel dam with masking tape. The solution dries clear, but gets yellow with time. I touch up the edges that show with black magic marker. I usually buy several tubes at a time. Keep unused tubes in the freezer. They will last for several years that way.
Thomas K  Yes. One tube would easily repair two pair of shoes. I often use it to build up the worn heels on my running shoes by making a "dam" with masking tape and squeezing the Freesole into a puddle behind the "dam". It will level out by itself…and the last "forever" ! If I'm actually gluing pieces of the shoe together, I clamp the pieces together with a C-clamp. Best product for shoes I have ever used !
Carlos R  Much-Much more than enough
CARL R  depends on the repair. One tube will work for a pair of tennis shoes that are wearing thin on the soles. Freesole lasts way longer than other shoe goo type products.
CHRIS S  Should be, unless you're completely rebuilding the sole. If you're just using it as a glue, no problem.
DAVID F  one might work if shoe not worn down much
PHILLIP D  Yes - twice.
Shopper  Which product is appropriate form a toe cap for a neoprene bootie, freesole or aquaseal?
DAVID H  Freesole would work. I don't know aquaseal, so can't answer that one.
ZORAN M  I am not familiar with aquaseal, but have used freesole and it seems to work well in making shoe repairs. For example, if your toe cap is worn out or torn or leaking, then freesole can be used to repair it and seal out the elements.
DAVID F  Use freesole for repair on bottom soles of hiking boots have no experience for neoprene booties
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