Shoe Goo - Black & Clear

Shoe Goo - Black & Clear

Regular price$16.99

  • In stock, ready to ship

In Australia

For orders up to a total of $100, shipping and handling is a flat rate of $7.00For orders from $101 to $299, shipping and handling is $16.50For orders over $300, shipping and handling is free

For New Zealand

Express shipping and handling is $45.Standard International shipping is $30.

We can ship to other international locations, but please contact us for quote on shipping

All products sold by EXTREME SKATES come with standard manufacturing guarantees against faults. If a product is found to have a manufacturing fault we will replace it free of charge once we are satisfied that the fault is as a result of manufacturing and NOT from extreme riding or over use. Where it is practical to repair a faulty product then we will, or else at our discretion, we will replace the product. If the product fails due to wear and tear, accident, neglect or negligence, or if it is outside the warranty period, we will happily repair it for a reasonable charge. Please note, while we are happy to return and exchange a product, refunds will not be provided simply for change of mind or incorrect sizing.

Shoe Goo - Black & Clear

A heavy-duty-no-nonsense-problem-solver, Shoe goo is used to create another layer along the sole of a shoe to stop holes being made on too quickly. Let Shoe Goo help you!

Their unique formula is designed to resist abrasion and stick to flexible materials. So Shoe Goo bonds, protects and rebuilds for a permanent repair. Perfect for patching small holes, the waterproof bond remains secure even when exposed to water.

Shoe Goe Features:

  • Works on everything from leather and rubber, to vinyl and canvas.
  • There's no mess and it's easy to use.
  • The goo dries to a waterproof, flexible rubber, so it repairs without breaking or cracking.
  • Available in black or clear finish


Shoe Goo was created in 1972 by Lyman Van Vliet. A senior executive at Hughes Aircraft Co., Van Vliet was dissatisfied with the durability of the soles of his tennis shoes and sought a method to extend their life by repairing them. Although Van Vliet already held several patents related to the aerospace industry, he had no extensive background in chemistry. Nevertheless, Van Vliet set to work to create an adhesive which could be used to create a pliable surface coating for shoe soles, whipping up his experimental blends in a spaghetti pot. The ultimate result of their efforts was a polymer that was eventually marketed as "Shoe Goo".

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