Azure Blue Colored Shoe Sole Kit for Heels
Shoe Bottoms are a shoe accessory designed to work with ANY shoe, ANY style, in ANY size. We use a flexible, adhesive backed strip that, once applied, will transform the look of any high heels. When applied, it will conform to the shape of any sole, and then can be trimmed to fit. In addition to looking great, shoe bottoms have a non-slip rubberized coating that grips more like a athletic shoe. This helps to prevent slipping or sliding, as well as protecting the bottom of the shoe from damage.
Premium install kit includes a precision razor blade and 3M adhesion promoting primer. The premium kit is recommended for rubber soles, textured soles, worn/dirty soles, or heels with an extreme arch. Also recommended for a more permanent installation. Premium kit is not available for international shipping.
- Protects the shoe sole from damage with a thin rubberized layer on the area of the sole that comes in contact with the ground. This built in layer is both textured and rubberized to grip more like a tennis shoe instead of the typical smooth bottom of most heels. The rubber is soft enough not to scratch floors, but is also resilient to most oils and other chemicals. It also cleans easily to help keep the bottoms looking new.
- Covers any damage or inperfections already on the shoes sole. It is flexible and will stretch to conform to the complex curves of most soles.
- Self adhesive design that will work with virtually any brand shoe in any size. Works best with any shoe with a heel and smooth bottom (pumps, stilettos, boots, peep toe, etc). Not recommended for rubber soles (adhesion promoter recommended) or soles with tread. For wedges, flats, single and 3 packs, see our other items for sale
Included in this kit:
Two(2) color strips with Anti slip rubberized coating for the sole
Two(2) color strips for the heel
Two(2) Clear install strips
Two(2) Alcohol cleaning packets
This is a complete kit for 1 pair of shoes.
We now offer custom installation service.
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