Seams starting to wear on your running shoes? Before you toss them, evaluate the damage and consider becoming a ‘shoe surgeon,’ says Chris Grow, an avid runner in San Diego. Invest in some ‘Shoe Goo’ ($3.49, Amazon.com) and use it to repair the soles, side panels, or even your shoelace eyelets.
“I've found it doubles as a pre-emptive re-enforcement on the seam areas of my shoe where I get the most wear; [it] can double the usable life of any pair of sneakers," Grow says.
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