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Hi! I have a pair of soccer boots for long and because I stored them for much too long the molded sole with cleats broke and it's falling apart. Do you think I can find a way to repair them with new soles? The upper leather as well as the rest of the shoes are fine. Just the cleated sole is gone. Thank you very much for your time. Artur

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Take them to a good quality shoe repairer and they will replace the sole.

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SOURCE: Soccer Cleats

Two quick thoughts.

1) Puma, while a cool brand, aren't generally thought of as high end cleats.

2) In any brand, they will have various levels of quality. Something under $100 is generally going to have less quality in construction and be less able to withstand serious play.

It could be that your daughter is now playing at a very serious level, so a pair of $40 cleats that would withstand a whole season or two might now break down faster because she is making much harder cuts etc. Also, though the Kings some in several varieties, they are generally a great cleat, so I'm supposing you paid at least $80 for them and they are either leather or Kangaroo Leather. I know for certain that if you don't pay attention to wetness, you can easily kill a pair of leather shoes. Either by drying them too fast or by letting them stay wet too long, you could break down the material.

BUT regardless, take them back and see about getting a discount or refund. They should last longer than that. Good luck.


Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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I THINK THAT NOT A PROBLEM WE CAN REPLCE THE SOLE F YOUR SHOES . WHEN DID YOU BUY YOUR SHOES IS IT STILL IN WARRANTY IF YES THEN APPROACH YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER AND GET THE REPLACEMENT IF NOT , TRY APPROACHING ANY DEALER WHO DEALS WITH YOUR SHOES AND GET THE WORK DONE IT WILL BE CHEAP ONLY . IF YOU FURTHER NEED ANY HELP PLEASE CONTACT ME THANK YOU


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Buy a good quality shoe adhesive and paste it - press overnight and it should work!

Posted on Jan 11, 2011

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Two quick thoughts.

1) Puma, while a cool brand, aren't generally thought of as high end cleats.

2) In any brand, they will have various levels of quality. Something under $100 is generally going to have less quality in construction and be less able to withstand serious play.

It could be that your daughter is now playing at a very serious level, so a pair of $40 cleats that would withstand a whole season or two might now break down faster because she is making much harder cuts etc. Also, though the Kings some in several varieties, they are generally a great cleat, so I'm supposing you paid at least $80 for them and they are either leather or Kangaroo Leather. I know for certain that if you don't pay attention to wetness, you can easily kill a pair of leather shoes. Either by drying them too fast or by letting them stay wet too long, you could break down the material.

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