How Do They Get the Rubber On There?

I’m a big fan of resoling my climbing shoes, it always just seemed wrong to be done with a pair after the rubber wears out. I have to admit, though, before watching this video, I was pretty clueless about the whole process. I had some assumptions, but the reality is a little different than what I would have guessed.

Pretty cool to see the whole process at work, I wonder how long it takes in real time, without the sped up video. Also, would have been interesting to have some narration talking about the different aspects of it, instead of the inspirational music.

Regardless, if you are curious about how they get the old rubber off and the new rubber on, be sure to check out the vid.

One Response to How Do They Get the Rubber On There?

  1. This process takes 48-72 hours from start to finish.

    Nick Braun January 14, 2016 at 1:44 pm
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