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    Default Shoe fix

    Is it possible to get these fixed somehow?
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    Only 2 weeks old and DS used them as a brake while riding his scooter. Is there any saving them?

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    My eldest did that with her few day old school shoes. Subbing to see if you can fix them

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    i dont think so, with school shoes shoe polish can hide it but this kind of damage nope, its why I only buy cheap shoes, my ds1 damages them

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    I've used nail polish on some of DDs shoes (she went through a phase of scraping the front of Mary Jane style shoes as soon as she got them). Nail polish good because so many colours, you can find a match.

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    Arghhh...this is my DS...he is nearly 10 and still trashes his shoes scootering/riding. These days its the sole of the shoes. Lucky if we get 4wks out of sneakers....

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    Does his scooter have a back wheel brake? Teach him to use it if so. Or the heel of his foot instead. My DS does this too


 

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