Europe's leading outdoor walking and climbing boot repair service

Running, Approach & Bike Shoe Repairs

Running, Approach and Biking Shoe Repairs

Elite downhill racers have not only committed to the performance Stealth® provides on their tires, but also to the stability (and shock absorption) it provides a rider on their shoes. The Stealth® rubber sole molds around riders' pedals and is considerably stickier than conventional compounds. This creates a confidence-inspiring alternative for downhill racers who aren't clipped into their pedals. Stealth® for mountain biking means stability, enough stability to take any rider to the next level.

At Feet First we can resole and repair your Five Ten cycle shoes with Vibram Idrogrip Rubber. We can also upgrade shoes such as Vans with Vibram Idrogrip to improve their grip. Some skate boarders have already felt the difference!

Fell Running Shoes

We specialise in the fitting of fell running PB units to Walsh running shoes to improve their rough terrain performance. Through close cooperation with Walsh, we have perfected a resoling method which allows us to repair fell running shoes. This excellent service includes new footbeds and laces where necessary.

Approach Shoes

For worn approach shoes and lightweight walking boots, we offer two key resoles; a Vibram unit can be fitted giving excellent, long-lasting performance. Alternatively, adventurous walkers and scramblers often choose to resole with Vibram Idrogrip. This provides all the benefits of climbing rubber in an all-terrain sole, giving awesome grip on wet or dry rock. The superb Vibram Idrogrip sole unit can now be used for approach shoes as well as lightweight walking and running shoes and sports sandals.

If you do not see the repair or product you require or you need a specific quote, please call us on 01246 260 795 or email us at [email protected]

Express Service

For an extra £25 per pair,  ( plus post and packaging ) we can repair your boots within 48 hours and return them to you the following working day.

Excludes Channel Islands, Eire and certain repairs such as stitching