Maintaining and repairing your footwear is essential to keep them comfortable, functional, and durable. Whether you have hiking boots, sneakers, or dress shoes, here's a checklist to help you identify and address common repair and maintenance tasks:



  • Check for Damage: Inspect the entire shoe, including the upper, sole, heel, and stitching, for any signs of damage or wear.

  • Sole Wear: Examine the soles for uneven wear patterns. Uneven wear can indicate alignment issues or overpronation/underpronation.

  • Heel Condition: Check the condition of the heel, including any worn-down areas or loose heels.

  • Toe Box: Inspect the toe box for creasing or damage, especially in leather shoes.

  • Stitching: Look for loose or frayed stitching, particularly