Turn around times are based on the how many shoes we have in queue. Check our home page for current turn-around times. If your shoe takes longer than normal to repair than anticipated we will contact you.
The piece of rubber that covers the bottom. You use it when you step on a foothold. The sole usually wears out the fastest.
The piece of rubber that wraps around the toe area of the shoe - above the sole. It also wraps around the shoe behiind the sole. It also, may or may not run all the way to the back of the shoe.
Sooner than you think. New climbing shoes have a clearly defined line between the rand and the sole. When that edge moves downward and changes from straight to curved you should consider getting a resole. Check out our what repairs do I need page for more info.
Take a look at our What Repairs Do I Need page to help determine if your rands need to be replaced.
Figuring out whether or not a shoe can be resoled is not an exact science. Occasionally we won’t be able to determine if a shoe is repairable until we start to work on it. That being said, we can determine whether or not a shoe can be resoled by looking at a photo most of the time. If you are not sure whether or not a shoe can be resoled after taking a look at our What Repairs Do I Need page, you can send us photos of your shoes at email@example.com
No. The rand wrap around the shoe and under the sole. So to access the rand we need to remove the sole.
Unparallel Soft and Unparallel Hard
One of our goals is maintaining the original feel of every climbing shoe we repair. As we replace worn, thin materials with thicker newer ones the feel of the shoe can change. Also, keep in mind that you may have grown accustomed to your worn out, thin soled shoes and a new sole/rand may give your shoes a stiffer feel comparable to a new shoe.
$45 per pair
$18 per pair
We currently do not perform “No-Edge” resoles. If you send a no edge climbing shoe we will resole it as we resole all other climbing shoes and the shoe will have an edge. If you want us to remove the edge indicate it in the notes during checkout and we will round off the edge.
To save you the cost of buying new shoes, to avoid the hassle of breaking in new shoes, and to help recycle the materials used in your shoes instead of discarding them!
Most climbers only require half soles and/or rand repair to keep their climbing shoes on the wall as long as possible. If you take care of your climbing shoes and resole them before it’s too late you shouldn’t need much more. There are items on climbing shoes that rarely need service such as velcro straps, heel straps, and tears on uppers. In order to keep prices lower and provide climbers with a consistent and fast turnaround we only offer Toe Caps and Half Soles.
It’s not always clear if shoes are repairable. If we are unable to repair your shoes we will contact you so you can decide whether you want them back or if you would like us to discard them.
We will contact you via email when your shoes are done.
We accept all major credit cards through our website. We are currently not accepting in person payments.
We stand by our work and strive to offer the best possible product possible. If you have any questions, concerns or are dissatisfied with our work, please contact us.
We currently do not accept international orders
About 3. It depends on how well you take care of your climbing shoes and the construction of the shoes.